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Deputies with the Pixley Substation responded to an address Wednesday to check the welfare of a small child. They observed the 8-year-old child to be in good spirits. He lives with his dad, a single parent who is going through some hard times. The boy did not have much clothing and there was no food in the house.
Deputies sprang into action to support this family and went on a shopping spree.
They were able to get the child a bike with a helmet and some other toys. They also went to the Pixley Food Mart to buy groceries for the family. The store owner was moved by the family's story and told the deputies to get what they needed for the family at no cost.
The deputies delivered the items to the family and the father and his young son were both very appreciative. "This is what it is all about - building bridges in the community," Lt. Liles said. "I believe in Sheriff Boudreaux's motto for the Sheriff's Office and I believe, together, we will be the difference." #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #tularecountysheriffexplorer

A pic from yesterday😉 congratulations bro, you are now done with the struggle and on to the next part of your career. Keep up the good work👌😎 #tularecountysheriff #TCSO #bigbrother

Flashback Friday! April 2017. Helping our local youth on career day! #TCSO

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux announced Thursday that he formed a new Domestic Violence High Risk Team with Family Services of Tulare County, the District Attorney’s Office and Probation.
Partner agencies will identify cases that may be escalating toward a homicide and will design immediate interventions to prevent further violence.
Sheriff Boudreaux said it all starts with the Deputies who respond to the scene with a new tool: the Danger Assessment for Law Enforcement. They ask the victim specific questions about the relationship with the suspect.
“By analyzing the history of an abusive relationship using a research-based approach, we hope to significantly decrease the threat of violence to domestic violence victims,” Sheriff Boudreaux said. “Simply put -- if it’s predictable, it’s preventable.”
Sheriff Boudreaux also announced that 165 arrest warrants for domestic violence offenders were attempted to be served throughout Tulare County Thursday by more than 50 deputies and officers from local agencies during the 15th annual National Family Violence Apprehension Detail.
Of those, 17 suspects were taken into custody without incident, including 12 men and five women.
This annual domestic violence sweep is about supporting the victims, Sheriff Boudreaux said.
“We are speaking out for the victims who are too afraid to ask for help,” he said.
Eight local law enforcement agencies participated:
Tulare County Sheriff’s Office
Visalia Police Department
Porterville Police Department
Tulare Police Department
Exeter Police Department
Lindsay Police Department
Dinuba Police Department
Tulare County Probation #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #tularecountyda #tularecountyprobation #visaliapolice #portervillepolicedepartment #tularepolice #dinubapolicedepartment #lindsaypolicedepartment #exeterpolice #domesticviolence

還是來補發一下哈哈~昨天辛苦大家了 這場演出很棒(雖然我拉到最後有點恍惚)但演出完在大廳遇到好多熟人(開心)😆😆😆 真的太棒了~❤️❤️🎻🎻🎶🎶🎉🎉#tcso #great #friends #orchestra #music

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Thank you to all the brave first responders in Las Vegas. True heroes. Our prayers go out to the families and friends of all involved. When does this senseless killing end? We need to look to one another for strength and unity. #tcslea #supporttheblue #TCSO

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux welcomed five new employees Monday to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office. They are:
Deputy Sheriff I Amanda Mattox
Detention Services Officer Logan Ormonde
Emergency Dispatcher I Ana Villalobos
Detention Services Officer Megan Moore
Emergency Dispatcher I Rebecca King
Congratulations and welcome to the Sheriff's Office family! #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #tulare

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Sheriff Mike Boudreaux announced Thursday that he formed a new Domestic Violence High Risk Team with Family Services of Tulare County, the District Attorney’s Office and Probation.
Partner agencies will identify cases that may be escalating toward a homicide and will design immediate interventions to prevent further violence.
Sheriff Boudreaux said it all starts with the Deputies who respond to the scene with a new tool: the Danger Assessment for Law Enforcement. They ask the victim specific questions about the relationship with the suspect.
“By analyzing the history of an abusive relationship using a research-based approach, we hope to significantly decrease the threat of violence to domestic violence victims,” Sheriff Boudreaux said. “Simply put -- if it’s predictable, it’s preventable.”
Sheriff Boudreaux also announced that 165 arrest warrants for domestic violence offenders were attempted to be served throughout Tulare County Thursday by more than 50 deputies and officers from local agencies during the 15th annual National Family Violence Apprehension Detail.
Of those, 17 suspects were taken into custody without incident, including 12 men and five women.
This annual domestic violence sweep is about supporting the victims, Sheriff Boudreaux said.
“We are speaking out for the victims who are too afraid to ask for help,” he said.
Eight local law enforcement agencies participated:
Tulare County Sheriff’s Office
Visalia Police Department
Porterville Police Department
Tulare Police Department
Exeter Police Department
Lindsay Police Department
Dinuba Police Department
Tulare County Probation #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #tularecountyda #tularecountyprobation #visaliapolice #portervillepolicedepartment #tularepolice #dinubapolicedepartment #lindsaypolicedepartment #exeterpolice #domesticviolence

Deputies with the Pixley Substation responded to an address Wednesday to check the welfare of a small child. They observed the 8-year-old child to be in good spirits. He lives with his dad, a single parent who is going through some hard times. The boy did not have much clothing and there was no food in the house.
Deputies sprang into action to support this family and went on a shopping spree.
They were able to get the child a bike with a helmet and some other toys. They also went to the Pixley Food Mart to buy groceries for the family. The store owner was moved by the family's story and told the deputies to get what they needed for the family at no cost.
The deputies delivered the items to the family and the father and his young son were both very appreciative. "This is what it is all about - building bridges in the community," Lt. Liles said. "I believe in Sheriff Boudreaux's motto for the Sheriff's Office and I believe, together, we will be the difference." #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #tularecountysheriffexplorer

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux received the “Distinguished Citizen Award” by the Sequoia Council, Boy Scouts of America. He was recognized at a special dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 17 at the Visalia Convention Center.
Sheriff Boudreaux said he was honored to receive the award and was joined on stage with past recipients.
“It’s truly an honor to receive this award,” he said. “I accept this award on behalf of the men and women who work at the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office who make his job a success.”
Sheriff Boudreaux’s is committed to the youth of Tulare County. Not only does he fully support the Sheriff’s Explorers program, a branch of the Boys Scouts of America as a work-site based program, he created the Pathways Scholarship Program to help those who ordinarily would not have the financing to attend college.
This program gives his Explorers an opportunity to go to college and, after graduation, to be hired as Deputies in their hometowns for better community policing. Two of the five Pathways Scholarship recipients are now Deputies. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #tularecountysheriffexplorer #californiasheriffs #boyscouts #boyscoutsofamerica #sequoiacouncil

The Sheriff's County Apprehension Team Tracking Criminals in Hiding Unit captured one of the Sheriff's Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding.
Fugitive Ulises Medina was wanted for a string of armed robberies in southern Tulare County and as far away as Nebraska.
The CATTCH detectives received information early Tuesday that Medina was possibly staying in the Earlimart area. The CATTCH team conducted surveillance and narrowed down the search down to a residence on the 100 block of South Davis Street.
At approximately 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Medina was seen getting into a vehicle as a passenger and the vehicle left the residence.
With assistance from deputies from the Pixley Substation and TAGNET detectives, the CATTCH Unit conducted mobile surveillance and a traffic stop was initiated in the area of Washington and Front streets in Earlimart.
Medina was taken into custody without incident. He was transported the to Adult Pre-Trial Facility and booked for his felony warrant for robbery.
#tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #earlimart #fremontnebraska #dodgecounty #kerncountysheriff

The Sheriff's Office requests the public's assistance to locate family members of Harry Odem, a Springville man who died of natural causes on Oct. 12, 2017.
Mr. Odem has lived in the Porterville area for several years, however he was possibly born in Flora, Illinois.
At the time of his death, he was 76 years old and stood 5-feet, 8-inches tall, weighed 130 pounds and had grey hair and brown eyes.
The Tulare County Sheriff's Coroner’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in attempting to locate the decedent’s family members or persons having knowledge of Mr. Odem.
Anyone having information regarding the decedent’s family is asked to call Sgt. Alan Knight at the Coroner’s Office at (559) 687-7000. Information can also be given by calling the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office at 1-800-808-0488 or anonymously at tcso@tipnow.com or by text or voicemail at 559-725-4194. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #coroner #coronercase #nextofkin

The Tulare County Sheriff's K-9 Unit received a generous donation in the amount of $8,300 from the Small Town Cruizers during their monthly car show Saturday at the Tulare Outlet Mall.
Bob Riggi, president of the car club, said members raised the money for the K-9 Unit during its annual car show in September.
"It's for a good cause and it benefits all of us," he said. "We're going to buy a K-9 for the Sheriff's Office."
Cpt. Mike Watson thanked the Small Town Cruizers.
"On behalf of Sheriff Mike Boudreaux, I gladly accept this generous donation," he said. "We will name the next dog 'Cruizer' after the Small Town Cruizers."
Sheriff's K-9s are purchased with donations from the community while the Sheriff's Office pays for their training. Total cost to purchase a K-9 and train it for patrol is approximately $13,000.
K-9s assigned to patrol are trained for protection. In dangerous situations, K-9s keep deputies out of harm’s way. Often, suspects will surrender just knowing there’s a K-9 ready to respond. However, ordering a K-9 to pursue a suspect is a last resort, Cpt. Watson said. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #k9 #policedogs #carclub #smalltowncruizers

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My dear violin~ let's make a great performance tomorrow~>< and I believe everyone in TCSO will do a good job p.s. @uj.0324 I am now talking to my violin too..... 🎉🎶❤️❤️🎻🎻🎶🎶 #tomorrow #tcso #makeit #goodjob #tchaikovsky #mozart #haydn #beethoven #johannesstraße #polka #fruhlingstimmen

Thanks to the Sheriff's Cybercrimes & Forensic Investigation Unit, area high school students were able to sample a career in crime scene investigations Friday with hands-on activities. Plans are in the works to move the CFIU to Tulare near the Coroner's Office. Sheriff Boudreaux plans to remodel one building and construct another building to accommodate the state-of-the-art Cybercrimes & Forensic Investigation Unit.
He is committed to providing the best technology available so his deputies can ensure public safety to the people in Tulare County. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #csi #cybercrime #forensicscience

Reservations are being accepted for Tuesday's Distinguished Citizen Dinner honoring Sheriff Mike Boudreaux by the Boys Scouts of America, Sequoia Council.
Sheriff Boudreaux will be recognized at a special dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 17 at the Visalia Convention Center.
Who: Sheriff Mike Boudreaux
What: Distinguished Citizen Dinner honoring Sheriff Mike
Boudreaux by the Sequoia Council, Boy Scouts of America
When: Reception 6 p.m., Oct. 17, followed by Dinner at 7 p.m.
Where: Visalia Convention Center, 303 E. Acequia Ave.
Info: To reserve a seat or a table of eight, or to sponsor the event, contact the Sequoia Council, Boy Scouts of America at (559) 320-2100 or go to http://www.seqbsa.org/ for more information. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #californiasheriffs #kingscountysheriff #fresnocountysheriff #kerncountysheriff #tularecountysheriffsdepartment

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