EPCSO COMMUNITY SERVICE SECTION PRESENTS ON CYBER-BULLYING

EPCSO COMMUNITY SERVICE SECTION PRESENTS ON CYBER-BULLYING

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

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The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Community Service Section presented to the students at Eastwood Knolls Elementary School on Cyber-Bullying on Thursday, April 28, 2016.

During the presentation, deputies explain what cyber-bullying is and how to report it to the proper authorities, whether it be a parent, teacher, counselor, school administrator or local law enforcement.

Deputies also discuss the impact of social media and cyber-bullying. Students are also given information on what a “virtual crime” is and other helpful information to help them navigate the internet in a safe manner.

RELEASE: CRIME STOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARREST OF MOST WANTED SUBJECT

RELEASE: CRIME STOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARREST OF MOST WANTED SUBJECT

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

El Paso, TX – The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Warrants and Apprehension Union arrest a “Most Wanted” individual after receiving an anonymous tip from Crime Stoppers of El Paso on Thursday April 28, 2016.

Alyssa Nicole Estorga, age 19 was arrested at a residence at the 10900 block of Babe Ruth.  Estorga was booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility on one count of Robbery, one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance (Penalty Group 3) <28 grams and one count of Possession of Marijuana.  Estorga has no bond for her charges.

Estorga was previously featured as “Wanted” by the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office with Crime Stoppers of El Paso.

No further information is available.

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EPCSO LAUNCHES OPERATION BURN TRASH LOSE CASH IN EAST EL PASO COUNTY

EPCSO LAUNCHES OPERATION BURN TRASH LOSE CASH IN EAST EL PASO COUNTY

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Community Service Section and East Montana Patrol Station are launching “Operation Burn Trash Lose Cash,” beginning May 2nd – 22nd, 2016 in east El Paso County.

The El Paso County is continuously under a burn ban issued by the El Paso County Judge Veronica Escobar and the Court of Commissioners. Often considered a drought-stricken area the El Paso County is constantly under threat of damage, injury, and loss of life and property resulting from the threat of wildfires.

Under the County Burn Ban, only “authorized” outdoor burning activities include firefighter training, public utility or planting or harvesting of agricultural crops.

The Sheriff’s Office Community Service Section will enhance their crime prevention efforts and will focus on educating the public on the County Burn Ban using local media outlets and by distributing flyers and information relating to the County Burn Ban and ordinance to the residents of the East Montana area.

The Sheriff’s Office East Montana Patrol Station will proactively locate and identify illegal burning violations, as well as respond to all violations reported by citizens. A zero tolerance enforcement of the burn ban will be in effect and those in violation of the order will be issued a citation. Violating the County Burn Ban is a Class C misdemeanor and can result in a citation and fine up to $500, in addition to any court costs.

The mission of this operation is to deter the public from outdoor burning in the unincorporated areas of El Paso County and keep our neighborhoods free from  any harmful pollution and especially free of accidental fires.

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office asks for the community to report any illegal burning to 915-546-2280.

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EPCSO DETENTION OFFICERS AND DEPUTIES PARTICIPATE IN 2016 ARIZONA POLICE AND FIRE GAMES

EPCSO DETENTION OFFICERS AND DEPUTIES PARTICIPATE IN 2016 ARIZONA POLICE AND FIRE GAMES

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office very own Deputy Andrew Morales,(coach) Detention Officer Roberto Estorga and Detention Officer Hector Rodriguez participated in this year’s 2016 Arizona Police and Fire Games held in Scottsdale, Arizona. The event had participants from various law enforcement agencies from Arizona, California, Texas and New Mexico.

Deputy Andrew Morales,(coach) and Detention Officers Roberto Estorga and Hector Rodriguez were part of the El Paso Heat team and took on the Oakland Police Department in a basketball showdown. The El Paso Heat took the win and brought back to El Paso and the El Paso County Sheriff's Office a Gold Medal.

The Arizona Police and Fire Games are hosted by the Scottsdale Police Department, law enforcement agencies compete in the following categories: Basketball, Softball, Soccer, Football, Golf, CrossFit, Combat Pistol, and Powerlifting.

Congrats! El Paso Heat!

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SHERIFF RICHARD WILES AND EPCSO RECEIVE RENEWAL CERTIFICATION FOR REGION VIII ACADEMY

SHERIFF RICHARD WILES AND EPCSO RECEIVE RENEWAL CERTIFICATION FOR REGION VIII ACADEMY

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

                El Paso, Texas – Sheriff Richard Wiles and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office received the renewal certification for the Region VIII Training Academy from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.

                The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Region VIII Academy currently provides training for over 2,500 federal, state, and local law enforcement professionals.

                The renewal certification will allow the Region VIII Training Academy to continue to provide training to Sheriff’s Office employees, and other area law enforcement agencies until March 31st, 2021.

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SAVE THE DATE & JOIN US FOR THE 2016 MARCH OF DIMES BOWLIN’ FOR BABIES

SAVE THE DATE & JOIN US FOR THE 2016 MARCH OF DIMES BOWLIN’ FOR BABIES SIGN UP YOUR TEAMS TODAY!

*BOWLIN' FOR BABIES* OPEN TO ALL! $125 A TEAM OR $25 A PERSON. Please Join the Sheriff's Office as we raise funds to support the March of Dimes mission! Every year, more than half a million babies in the U.S. are born prematurely or with birth defects and the numbers are growing. Contact Public Information Officer Leslie Antunez at 915-538-2119 for more info.

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SHERIFF WILES & EPCSO EXPLORER POST PRESENT STIPEND TO EPPD EXPLORER POST

SHERIFF WILES & EPCSO EXPLORER POST PRESENT STIPEND TO EPPD EXPLORER POST

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

El Paso, TX El Paso Police Department Mission Valley Explorer Post received a stipend  on behalf of Sheriff Richard Wiles and the El Paso County Sheriff's Office Explorer Post 2005, on Tuesday, April 26th, 2016.

The stipend was presented as a token of appreciation to the EPPD Mission Valley Explorers, 12 explorers from their post volunteered throughout the duration of the haunted house with over 100 combined hours.

The stipend was presented to the EPPD Mission Valley Explorer Post by the El Paso Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 2005, Community Service Section, and Jail Administration and Support Bureau Commander Robert Flores.

ORIGINAL:

Sheriff Richard  Wiles and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 2005 will present the El Paso Police Department Mission Valley Explorers with a stipend for their support and assistance during the 2015 Sheriff's Office haunted house.

                The haunted house is an annual fundraising effort hosted by the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Community Service Section and the Explorer Post. The funds collected are used for training, supplies and competition expenses for the Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post.

                In, 2015, the El Paso Police Department Mission Valley Explorers went above and beyond as they provided countless hours of volunteer work and constant support during the haunted house.

                The stipend is being presented as a token of appreciation by the Sheriff Wiles and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Community Service Section and the Explorer Post. Stipend presentation will take place on Tuesday, April 26th, 2016 at the Mission Valley Regional Command, located at 9011 Escobar Dr. at 6:00 p.m.

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RELEASE: WANTED SEX OFFENDER – BENSON, SHANNON

RELEASE: WANTED SEX OFFENDER – BENSON, SHANNON

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Contact: Leslie Antunez / Public Information Officer

Office: (915) 538-2119

Mobile: (915) 479-1678

Email: lantunez@epcounty.com

Website: EPCSO.ORG

El Paso, TX – On Monday, April 25th, 2016, Shannon Benson absconded from the El Paso Transitional Living Center located at 1650 Horizon, El Paso, TX. Benson was allowed a pass to Department of Public Safety but never returned to the facility and his whereabouts are now unknown. He is now wanted on a Parole Violation and an additional charge of Sex Offenders Duty to Register is forthcoming. His sex offense is for Criminal Sexual Conduct out of the State of Michigan, the victim being an 18-year-old female at the time of the offense. He is on Parole for Failure to Comply With Sex Offender Registration.

If you have information on the location of Shannon Benson, please call El Paso County Sheriff’s Office at 915-538-2008.

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EPCSO COMMUNITY SERVICE HOSTS VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE PRESENTATION

EPCSO COMMUNITY SERVICE HOSTS VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE PRESENTATION

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Community Service Section gave a presentation to employees of W. Silver Inc., on violence in the workplace on Tuesday, April 26, 2016.

Deputies encouraged employees to report any violence related situation they may encounter or feel uneasy about with their human resources office, or local law enforcement agency.

Deputies also shared different ways to relieve stress as a form of avoiding simple situations to escalate to violence in the workplace. Sheriff’s Office deputies also noted that employees should count on each other as a form of self-council or advice. The presentation for the W. Silver Inc. employees was done as a Spanish session to better identify with the audience and present the information.

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RELEASE: EPCSO CONDUCTS OPERATION SOUND THE ALARM

RELEASE:  EPCSO CONDUCTS OPERATION SOUND THE ALARM

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

El Paso, TX – El Paso County Sheriff’s Office conducted “Operation Sound the Alarm,” to assist business owners and the Sheriff’s Office in maintaining  up-to-date information on alarm permits.

            The operation focused on maintaining a current status  on alarm permits, and business owner information. Throughout the course of the operation, deputies made contact with business owners in the county and their alarm permit status. If business did not have an alarm permit business owners and managers were provided with a brochure to help them acquire an alarm permit for their business.

            Sheriff’s Office deputies met with the 82 business in the Horizon area to include Pellicano Dr. and 91 businesses in the Montana area.

            The purpose of having an alarm permit registered for the business is to ensure that the Sheriff’s Office responds to any alarms from the business. The operation also gave deputies the opportunity to become familiar with the layout of the business in the area, an asset that will come in handy in case deputies ever need to respond after hours. The operation also helped strengthen the relationship between business owners and the Sheriff’s Office. You can check the status of your alarm permit or apply for an alarm permit by contacting the Sheriff’s Office at 915-538-2292.

RELEASE: EPCSO OPERATION M.O.V.E RESULTS

RELEASE: EPCSO OPERATION M.O.V.E RESULTS

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

El Paso, TX – The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office launched “Operation M.O.V.E, (Move Over Vehicle Enforcement),” an initiative to raise awareness to the citizens of the El Paso county that drivers must yield to law enforcement, fire, and emergency vehicles.

The initiative promoted awareness of the Move Over or Slow Down law and also ensure the safety of deputies, citizens, and other emergency personnel. Every day emergency personnel risk their lives to keep the roadways safe. Nationwide March, 2016, (14) officers were killed in the line of duty. Five of those 14 were struck by a vehicle and killed.

Deputies concentrated in conducting traffic stops in major roadways in the county from April 4th – 14th, 2016, with the following results.

A total of 254 traffic stops were conducted.  80 citations were issued for not vacating or slowing down (31%), 39 written warnings for not vacating or slowing down were issued and 19 verbal warnings were given for not vacating or slowing down. The operation also yielded 85 miscellaneous traffic citations, 16 written warnings for miscellaneous traffic violations, and 18 verbal warnings for miscellaneous traffic violations. A total of three arrests were made, two for outstanding Sheriff’s Office traffic warrants, and 1 for possession of marijuana under 2 ounces.

            The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind the citizens of El Paso County that it is the law to move over or slow down for law enforcement and other emergency service vehicles pulled over on the side of the road. The law also applies to TXDOT vehicles and tow trucks.

            The Sheriff’s Office would also like to thank our media partners for helping spread the word with their view audiences.

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SHERIFF WILES & EPCSO EXPLORER POST TO PRESENT STIPEND TO EPPD EXPLORER POST

SHERIFF WILES & EPCSO EXPLORER POST TO PRESENT STIPEND TO EPPD EXPLORER POST

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

Sheriff Richard  Wiles and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 2005 will present the El Paso Police Department Mission Valley Explorers with a stipend for their support and assistance during the 2015 Sheriff's Office haunted house.

                The haunted house is an annual fundraising effort hosted by the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Community Service Section and the Explorer Post. The funds collected are used for training, supplies and competition expenses for the Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post.

                In, 2015, the El Paso Police Department Mission Valley Explorers went above and beyond as they provided countless hours of volunteer work and constant support during the haunted house.

                The stipend is being presented as a token of appreciation by the Sheriff Wiles and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Community Service Section and the Explorer Post. Stipend presentation will take place on Tuesday, April 26th, 2016 at the Mission Valley Regional Command, located at 9011 Escobar Dr. at 6:00 p.m.

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EPCSO EXPLORER POST 2005 EMERGENCY FIRST AID TRAINING

EPCSO EXPLORER POST 2005 EMERGENCY FIRST AID TRAINING

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 2005 is preparing for national competition and are currently training on Emergency First Aid.

Explorers are learning CPR and what to do if presented with a medical emergency. The training will allow for the Sheriff’s Office Explorers to successfully handle various situations safely and professionally. The  training will also provide the Explorers with principals and skills that can be used in various law enforcement situations.

The Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post training is being held at the Region VIII Academy this Saturday, April 23, 2016.

Explorers and Advisors will continue to hold training sessions as they prepare for National Competition in Flagstaff, AZ, later this year.

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RELEASE: PAWS TO ATTEND 8TH ANNUAL EL PASO RUN WALK FOR AUTISM

RELEASE: PAWS TO ATTEND 8TH ANNUAL EL PASO RUN WALK FOR AUTISM

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Contact: Leslie Antunez / Public Information Officer

Office: (915) 538-2119

Mobile: (915) 479-1678

Email: lantunez@epcounty.com

Website: EPCSO.ORG

El Paso, TX – The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Pets Advancing Wellness and Success (PAWS) in Detention section will attend the 8TH Annual El Paso Run Walk for Autism on Saturday, April 30th, 2016.

Detention Officers along with Canine Cadets “Betty” and “Lucky,” will showcase the function and purpose of the PAWS vocational program to the public.

The program was created to assist inmates in attaining vocational training and to provide homeless pets an opportunity to be adopted.

Canine Cadet Lucky - is a 6-month-old male German Sheppard mix rescued from City of El Paso's El Animal Control.  Lucky is deaf and missing one ear apparently bitten off by a dog attack, still loves other dogs and children.

Canine Cadet Betty – is a 2-year-old boxer female, she was found as a stray. Betty is sweet and loving towards all, as long as you’re not a cat.

Please join the PAWS in detention section on Saturday, April 30th, 2016, from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the 8TH Annual El Paso Run Walk for Autism at the El Paso Community College – Transmountain Campus. The canine cadets that are part of the PAWS vocational program can be adopted through the Animal Rescue League of El Paso.

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Canine Cadet Lucky                           &               Canine Cadet Betty

RELEASE: PAWS CELEBRATE EARTH DAY

RELEASE: PAWS CELEBRATE EARTH DAY        

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El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

3850 Justice Dr., El Paso, Texas 79938

Website: EPCSO.ORG

El Paso, TX – The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Pets Advancing Wellness and Success (PAWS) in Detention attended the Earth Day Celebration at St. Pius X Catholic Church on Sunday, April 24th, 2016.

Detention Officers along with Canine Cadets “Lucky” and “Betty,” showcased the function and purpose of the PAWS vocational program to the public.

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Sheriff Richard Wiles and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with the Animal Rescue League of El Paso created the PAWS (Pets Advancing Wellness and Success) vocational program to assist inmates in attaining vocational training and to provide homeless pets an opportunity to be adopted.

The canine cadets that are part of the PAWS vocational program can be adopted through the Animal Rescue League of El Paso.

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