The walk-in written exam for deputy sheriff trainee will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds, located at 2551 West Avenue H in Lancaster. Applicants are advised to arrive by 9:30 a.m. at the Van Dam Pavilion. Parking lot access will be on Avenue H and 25th Street West. This is a walk-in test, so no appointment is needed.
“We are looking for intelligent men and women who possess a commitment to work hard, have a desire to help people, are of good moral character, and in good physical condition,” stated Deputy Miguel T. Ruiz, Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s Recruitment Unit. “If you possess these positive traits and more, come out and take the written exam. A great and secure career in law enforcement may be waiting for you.”
All applicants must be at least 19 and a half years old at the date of the test, have a qualified U.S. High School Diploma or G.E.D., be a U.S. Citizen or a permanent resident and have applied for citizenship, and have no felony convictions.
“I would really like to get some local candidates and help to make Palmdale Station really reflect our local community,” stated Captain Don Ford of the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station.
For more information on the local testing opportunity, contact 1-800-A-DEPUTY or 661-949-6547, or visit www.LASDcareers.org.