LANCASTER – There will be a testing opportunity in Lancaster this Saturday for qualified applicants wanting to become Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriffs.
A walk-in Written Exam will be administered at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 16, at the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds – Van Dam Pavilion, located at 2551 West Avenue H in Lancaster.
Potential applicants must bring a valid driver’s license and arrive prior to the test.
All applicants must be at least 19 ½ 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.
“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 Lancaster Community Relations deputy Joshua Stamsek. “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.”
For more information, contact 1-800-A-DEPUTY or (661) 949-6547.
5 comments for "LASD testing opportunity in Lancaster this Saturday"
You are right Dwayne. They JOB announcement said: “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,” You better just stay home with Tmi Scott and hold onto that EBT card.
Tim Scott says
Now J-Lab shows his true colors. The pretense about asking for facts and pretending to be interested in a civil conversation ended when the facts were provided and couldn’t be twisted to prove his point. Now he’s down to the same wild assumptions and attempted insults as lames like Mike and Joe. Disappointing, but hardly unexpected.
Didn’t pass the written thats why you are saying that…LOL