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Sheriff Boudreaux to swear in eight Deputies tonight at the Police Academy graduation at 6 pm tonight at the Visalia Nazarene Church. #tcso #explorers #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff

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

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux, center, swore in eight new Deputies Thursday during the Tulare-Kings Counties Law Enforcement Training Academy graduation at the Visalia Nazarene Church.
They are:
Maira Ruelas, left,
Kevin Renard
Jeffrey Lewis
Hector Negrete
Ryan Pugh
Cameron Anderson
Maria Gutierrez
Horacio Navarro, right
They were in the 139th Basic Academy Class at College of the Sequoias. Congratulations and welcome to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office!
#collegeofthesequoias #explorers #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff

Construction on the South County Detention Facility in Porterville is more than 50 percent completed and is expected to be finished in a year.
It will be 96,000 square feet and house 510 inmates.
There will be a huge focus on inmate programs. Construction will soon begin on a bakery, administrative offices, kitchen and infirmary. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #californiasheriffs

Join us Thursday as Sheriff Mike Boudreaux swears in eight new Deputies during the graduation ceremony for the Tulare-Kings Counties Basic Peace Officer Academy, including his second Pathways Scholarship recipient, Hector Negrete.
Who: Sheriff Mike Boudreaux
What: Tulare-Kings Counties Basic Peace Officer Academy graduation
When: 6 p.m., Thursday, July 20
Where: Visalia Nazarene Church, 3333 W. Caldwell Ave., Visalia
Sheriff Boudreaux started the Pathways Scholarship program three years ago as a way to encourage his Explorers to go to college and become Deputies. The goal is to put local youth back in their hometown communities as Sheriff’s Deputies after graduation from college and training in the police academy with funding through the Sence Foundation.
“I’m very proud of the program,” Sheriff Boudreaux said. “It creates stake holders in the community and in the department.” Negrete follows Dep. Jasmine Orozco who graduated from the academy in January and recently completed her field training on patrol at the Orosi Substation.
Negrete was sworn in as a Deputy Sheriff Trainee in January and began his studies at the Tulare-Kings Counties Basic Peace Officer Academy in February. Negrete, along with seven other Deputy Sheriff Trainees, will get sworn in by Sheriff Boudreaux Thursday during the graduation ceremony.

Negrete became acquainted with the Sheriff’s Office when he was a boy in the Sheriff’s PAL Program. From there, he followed in the footsteps of his older sister to become an Explorer. He achieved the rank of Captain.
He was born in Delano and raised in Earlimart. Negrete graduated from Delano High School in 2014.

He is the first person in his family to get a college degree. In January, he earned an associate’s degree in Business Administration from San Joaquin Valley College. He said that he decided to go to college because Sheriff Boudreaux motivated him to apply for the scholarship.
“I wanted to become a deputy,” he said. “I would’ve done almost anything to get hired." #tularecountysheriff #tularecounty #tcso #explorers #collegeofthesequoias

Volunteers in Patrol Jeannie Hedegaard and Brian Colegrove recruit for more volunteers Wednesday during the Spring Open House at the Visalia Senior Center.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for the Tulare County Sheriff's Office, fill out the application at http://www.tularecounty.ca.gov/sheriff/index.cfm/administrative-services/personnel/recruitment/volunteer-programs/volunteer-forms/volunteer-application/. Questions? Call Teresa Douglass, public information officer, at 559-636-4695. #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #TCSO #volunteersinpatrol

Deputy Rodriguez and Jack are ready to compete. Come out to Central Valley Christian High School for the Sierra K-9 Trials thru 3 pm Today. 5600 W. Tulare Ave., Visalia. No cost to attend. #tularecountysheriff #tularecounty #TCSO #californiasheriffs

National WWII Memorial during National Police Week, D.C. #nationalpoliceweek #policeofficermemorial #tularecountysheriff

Lt. Gabriel Macias talks about growing up in Lindsay, working in Orosi and opportunities at the Sheriff's Office. #tularecountysheriff #TCSO #tularecounty #lindsay #orosi

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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

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux, center, swore in eight new Deputies Thursday during the Tulare-Kings Counties Law Enforcement Training Academy graduation at the Visalia Nazarene Church.
They are:
Maira Ruelas, left,
Kevin Renard
Jeffrey Lewis
Hector Negrete
Ryan Pugh
Cameron Anderson
Maria Gutierrez
Horacio Navarro, right
They were in the 139th Basic Academy Class at College of the Sequoias. Congratulations and welcome to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office!
#collegeofthesequoias #explorers #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff

Sheriff Boudreaux to swear in eight Deputies tonight at the Police Academy graduation at 6 pm tonight at the Visalia Nazarene Church. #tcso #explorers #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff

Construction on the South County Detention Facility in Porterville is more than 50 percent completed and is expected to be finished in a year.
It will be 96,000 square feet and house 510 inmates.
There will be a huge focus on inmate programs. Construction will soon begin on a bakery, administrative offices, kitchen and infirmary. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #californiasheriffs

Join us Thursday as Sheriff Mike Boudreaux swears in eight new Deputies during the graduation ceremony for the Tulare-Kings Counties Basic Peace Officer Academy, including his second Pathways Scholarship recipient, Hector Negrete.
Who: Sheriff Mike Boudreaux
What: Tulare-Kings Counties Basic Peace Officer Academy graduation
When: 6 p.m., Thursday, July 20
Where: Visalia Nazarene Church, 3333 W. Caldwell Ave., Visalia
Sheriff Boudreaux started the Pathways Scholarship program three years ago as a way to encourage his Explorers to go to college and become Deputies. The goal is to put local youth back in their hometown communities as Sheriff’s Deputies after graduation from college and training in the police academy with funding through the Sence Foundation.
“I’m very proud of the program,” Sheriff Boudreaux said. “It creates stake holders in the community and in the department.” Negrete follows Dep. Jasmine Orozco who graduated from the academy in January and recently completed her field training on patrol at the Orosi Substation.
Negrete was sworn in as a Deputy Sheriff Trainee in January and began his studies at the Tulare-Kings Counties Basic Peace Officer Academy in February. Negrete, along with seven other Deputy Sheriff Trainees, will get sworn in by Sheriff Boudreaux Thursday during the graduation ceremony.

Negrete became acquainted with the Sheriff’s Office when he was a boy in the Sheriff’s PAL Program. From there, he followed in the footsteps of his older sister to become an Explorer. He achieved the rank of Captain.
He was born in Delano and raised in Earlimart. Negrete graduated from Delano High School in 2014.

He is the first person in his family to get a college degree. In January, he earned an associate’s degree in Business Administration from San Joaquin Valley College. He said that he decided to go to college because Sheriff Boudreaux motivated him to apply for the scholarship.
“I wanted to become a deputy,” he said. “I would’ve done almost anything to get hired." #tularecountysheriff #tularecounty #tcso #explorers #collegeofthesequoias

Great meeting Thursday! Special thanks to the Tulare County Sheriff K-9 unit. 🐕🐾🚔🚨 #takeabiteoutofcrime #tularecountysheriff #rotarynation #rotary

Do you know where she is? Help us find another fugitive.

Rochelle Lyn Hicks has been added to the Sheriff's Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding. She also goes by the name Rochelle Zimmerman.

If you know her whereabouts, please contact the Tulare County Sheriff's Office at (559) 733-6218 or anonymously at (559) 725-4194 or tcso@tipnow.com. #woodlake #californiasheriffs #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #wanted #fugitives

A recent addition to the Sheriff's Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding was arrested Thursday.

CATTCH Unit detectives developed information as to the location of fugitive Michael Chad Mayes. He was located in Hanford on Thursday and was taken into custody by CATTCH detectives with assistance from Kings County Sheriff's Deputies.
We appreciate their assistance in this case. CATTCH stands for County Apprehension Team Tracking Criminals in Hiding.

Report crimes and suspicious activity to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office at (559) 733-6218 or anonymously at (559) 725-4194 or tcso@tipnow.com.
#californiasheriffs #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #kingscountysheriff #hanford

Congratulations to Deputy Jasmine Orozco for finishing up her field training. She's one of Sheriff Mike Boudreaux's Pathways Scholarship recipients, a program he created to help Explorers go to college and become deputies with funding through the Sence Foundation. If you know someone 14-21 who is interested in becoming an Explorer for the Tulare County Sheriff's Office, please call 559-637-4695.
#californiasheriffs #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #orosi #orosihighschool #earlimart

On Monday, nine new employees were sworn in at the Tulare County Sheriff's Office. They are:
Deputy I Timothy Holdbrooks
Deputy I Yunuen Loya
Deputy I Joshua Lujan
Correctional Deputy Manuel Garcia
Correctional Deputy Alejandro Ruiz
Correctional Deputy Humberto Santoyo
Correctional Deputy Armando Surita
Field Evidence Technician I Kimberly Barner
Emergency Dispatcher I Samantha Elias
Congratulations to you all and welcome to the Sheriff's Office family! #tularecountysheriff #tularecounty #tcso #californiasheriffs #lindsaypolicedepartment #chp

Do you know where he is?

Michael Chad Mayes has been added to the Tulare County Sheriff's Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding.
If you know his whereabouts, please contact the Tulare County Sheriff's Office at (559) 733-6218 or anonymously at (559) 725-4194 or tcso@tipnow.com. #tularepolice #tulare #fugitives #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff

Have you seen her?
Shyenne Nicole Babb has been added to the Tulare County Sheriff's Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding.
If you know her whereabouts, please contact the Tulare County Sheriff's Office at (559) 733-6218 or anonymously at (559) 725-4194 or tcso@tipnow.com.
#tularecounty #tcso #tularecountysheriff #californiasheriffs #fugitives #tulare #tularepolice

Another fugitive is in custody. Matthew Weemes, who was on the Sheriff's Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding, was arrested in late June by the California Highway Patrol.
We appreciate their assistance! #tularecounty #tcso #tularecountysheriff #chp #fugitives

Congratulations!
Another fugitive on the Sheriff's Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding has been taken into custody.
Brian Neece was arrested late Thursday in Porterville by the Porterville Police Department. We appreciate their assistance.
He was wanted for nine outstanding warrants including possession of stolen property, check fraud, identity theft and narcotics violations.
To view the Top 10, go to http://tularecounty.ca.gov/sheriff/.
Report crimes and suspicious activity to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office at 559-733-6218 or anonymously at 559-725-4194 or tcso@tipnow.com. #tularecounty #tcso #tularecountysheriff #porterville #portervillepolicedepartment

Joseph England was recently promoted to the rank of Sergeant and is assigned to Headquarters Patrol. He talks about growing up in Exeter and how he decided to go into law enforcement. #tularecounty #tcso #tularecountysheriff #exeter #cos #collegeofthesequoias #lawenforcement

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