Working to facilitate public transparency and accountability with respect to the Sheriff’s Department.


This meeting will be held from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at St. Anne’s Conference Center.

Public Comments: With a virtual component to the meeting, both Webex & call-in users will have the opportunity to provide public comment remotely. Submit written comments for the official meeting record by completing this form. Submissions will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on the meeting date.


On January, 12, 2016 the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to implement a Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission with the mission to improve public transparency and accountability with respect to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The Commission is comprised of nine members representing the Board, with four members of the Commission recommended by community and other affiliated groups. The cornerstone of the Commission’s work is community engagement and such engagement is encouraged and valued.

To make a complaint or commendation, please click below to visit the Office of Inspector General (OIG) website. Commendations or complaints concerning the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department will be referred to the OIG.

Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission

The Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission is authorized by Chapter 3.79 of the Los Angeles County Code. The purpose of the Commission is to improve public transparency and accountability with respect to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, by providing robust opportunities for community engagement, ongoing analysis and oversight of the department's policies, practices, procedures, and advice to the Board of Supervisors, the Sheriff's Department and the public.

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Family Impact Remarks

At each Commission meeting, there is allotted time for the families who have lost loved ones due to a fatal use of force by the Sheriff’s Department to speak. To submit a request, please review the Family Impact Remarks procedure and email cocnotify@coc.lacounty.gov.

Reporting Hate To 211 LA County

Reporting is the first step to stop hate. By understanding how and where hate is occurring, our communities can respond with appropriate resources and support. It is essential to report a hate incident, which includes any act of verbal or physical aggression, refusal of service, bullying, or intimidation of any kind that is motivated by hostile prejudice. Learn more and submit a report.