The City of South El Monte contracts with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) for law enforcement services. Designated deputies of the Sheriff’s Temple Station oversee the safety of South El Monte community members.
Temple Station responsibilities include:
Promoting and preserving public order
Documenting and investigating any criminal activity
Providing emergency response to all life threatening incidents
Preventing crime by community policing with the community it serves
Ongoing education to citizens with the community with current crime prevention ideas and methods
Limited Property-Related Reports
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department now accepts limited property-related reports online. The Sheriff’s Online Reporting and Tracking System (SORTS) has been created for the convenience of the public they serve. Citizens can submit these reports via computer or a smartphone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Through the use of technology, citizens can submit a report to document limited property-related incidents and receive a copy of the report via email.
SORTS is not intended to replace their current tradition of serve to the public, but to enhance it by providing an additional option.
No emergency reports or tips will be taken through this system. For emergencies or a crime in progress, please call 911.
All LASD stations and units will be processing these reports individually.