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Placer County Sheriff's Council

Mission Statement:

"Placer County Sheriff's Council Committed To Law Enforcement,
Dedicated To Making A Difference To Our Community"

Our Mission:

The Placer County Sheriff's Council was formed in 2004 by local citizens seeking ways to help the Sheriff's Office maintain its current efficiency, improve its effectiveness in the short term and seek innovative solutions to the increasingly complex problems faced by the men and women of law enforcement.

The Council aims to help fill the gap between the public's need for increasing law enforcement services and tightening county budgets. While our efforts focus on providing specialized equipment and supplies for public safety, we are also involved in education and training.

"It's time to give something back..."

We count on them to keep us safe. They are on-call at all hours to protect us. The men and women of the Placer County Sheriff's Office have committed themselves to making our families safe and our homes secure. By helping to provide much needed equipment and training, not available through the county budget, the Sheriff's Council is trying to make a difference.

The business and community leaders of the council have volunteered to work closely with law enforcement to help meet those needs. In addition to helping supply equipment, the council has been instrumental in supporting educational and training objectives and has helped fund Placer County's DARE Program in local schools.

Placer County Sheriff's Council

"The establishment of the Placer County Sheriff's Council by generous citizens means that this department can continue to quickly respond to emergencies and safeguard all of our communities." Sheriff Ed Bonner

Sheriff  Devon Bell has set some ambitious goals for the Council in the coming years. The Sheriff's Council is committed to raising funds to support the mission of the Sheriff's Department, helping to obtain equipment and necessities that budget strapped public agencies cannot afford - equipment they need to effectively protect us and themselves.

For more information about membership or how you can make a difference, please contact the Sheriff's Council at (916) 652-2450.

The Placer County Sheriff's Council is a non-partisan 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Tax ID number 68-0590713.   .

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Placer County Sheriff's Council

PO Box 2743
Granite Bay, CA 95746
Phone: (916) 652-2450

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