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James Hellmold J.

Los Angeles Sheriff's Department

HQ Phone: (800) 233-7889

Email: j***@***.org

Los Angeles Sheriff's Department

LASD Recruitment Unit 11515 S. Colima Road (Goldstar)

Whittier, California 90604

United States

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Employment History

Sheriff
Los Angeles County

Sheriff's Captain
Los Angeles County

Assistant Sheriff
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Watch Commander
Compton station

Sergeant
Compton station

Education

Bachelor's Degree

California State University , Fullerton

Web References (85 Total References)


Six of the seven candidates for ...

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Six of the seven candidates for Los Angeles County Sheriff, from left: James Hellmold, Bob Olmsted, Todd Rogers, Jim McDonnell, Lou Vince and Paul Tanaka.

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Six of the seven candidates for Los Angeles County Sheriff, from left: James Hellmold, Bob Olmsted, Todd Rogers, Jim McDonnell, Lou Vince and Paul Tanaka. (Joe Shalmoni / Associated Press)
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James Hellmold, a 25-year department veteran who rose through the ranks from Baca's driver to assistant sheriff, has not shied away from calling himself an insider, but has also emphasized his work as a reformer. He was among a handful of brass tapped several years ago to oversee the department's response to jail abuse allegations. Since then, Hellmold has helped oversee sweeping reforms recommended by the commission on jail violence.
Baca has publicly described Hellmold - as well as Rogers - as qualified to take on the job of sheriff.
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At 46, Hellmold is among the youngest of the candidates and has vowed to modernize the department, particularly in combating cyber-crime.
"I want to bring some youthful energy into the Sheriff's Department," he said.
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Sheriff's candidate James Hellmold isn't running from his past Local Sheriff's candidate James Hellmold isn't running from his past


was arrested sprayed him with blue ...

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was arrested sprayed him with blue paint, said Los Angeles County Sheriff's Capt. James Hellmold.The boy's mother found ...


"The one way that we know ...

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"The one way that we know to make certain the Antelope Valley continues to be safe, and continues to get safer, is if Jim Hellmold gets elected sheriff," Parris said.

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Ledford said Hellmold, a 25-year veteran of the sheriff's department, had united the High Desert as far as public safety was concerned.
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Hellmold said Antelope Valley was a priority for him.
"What we want to see is a continuation of the resources being dedicated to the sheriff's department, and Jim Hellmold is here to guarantee that kind of continual service and commitment to the Antelope Valley," Ledford said, adding that Hellmold was one of the few who actually knew about the Antelope Valley. "What we want to see is a continuation of the resources being dedicated to the sheriff's department, and Jim Hellmold is here to guarantee that kind of continual service and commitment to the Antelope Valley," Ledford said, adding that Hellmold was one of the few who actually knew about the Antelope Valley.
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Several Lancaster council members and city commissioners also joined the press conference to endorse James Hellmold for sheriff.
As assistant sheriff, Hellmold commands all of the department's patrol and detective divisions throughout Los Angeles County.
The 46-year-old joined the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department in 1988. As a deputy, Hellmold received formal recognition in Long Beach and Bellflower for impacting street crime, and he also served as a youth mentor at local foster homes, according to his campaign website.
In 2000, Hellmold was promoted to sergeant; and in 2005, Hellmold was promoted to lieutenant, where he served as a watch commander at Compton Station during the peak of a violent crime surge.
In 2007, Hellmold was promoted to captain; and in 2011, he was promoted to commander and worked on jail reforms throughout Los Angeles County.
Hellmold announced his candidacy last month, following the retirement of Sheriff Lee Baca.
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At Tuesday's press conference, Hellmold said he was making Antelope Valley a priority.
"While other people are hustling around in downtown Los Angeles and they're securing what are perceived to be L.A. city endorsements, I'm going where the priorities are right here in the Antelope Valley," Hellmold said. "We will continue this great reduction of crime that's occurred here, because of the strong leadership that you see right here."
To learn more about Hellmold, visit his campaign website here.
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© Copyright James Hellmold 2014.


At Tuesdays news conference at Sheriffs ...

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At Tuesdays news conference at Sheriffs Department headquarters in Monterey Park, Baca said assistant sheriffs Todd Rogers and James Hellmold were strong candidates to replace him.

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Hellmold said he was caught off guard at the sheriffs mention of him at Tuesdays news conference and was still contemplating whether or not to run, saying it would be a decision he would have to make with his familys backing. He has been with the department for 25 years and is in charge of its Field Operations Regions, Detective Division and Homeland Security Division,
I dont talk politics. My focus is crime fighting, Hellmold said. Im already in a position where I command all patrol and deputy detective operations. Im not a skilled politician. What I am is a crime fighter.
Hellmold spent time at the Compton station as a sergeant and was promoted to the rank of captain and commanded the Century City station.


LASD Commander James ...

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LASD Commander James Hellmold was present at the press conference and answered reporters' questions afterward. (Interestingly, Hellmold admitted he'd not been invited by the ACLU to the Press Conference, but saw a PR release announcing its existence, and simply decided he'd show up, like the rest of us, to find out what was being said. We, in the press, of course, were delighted that he chose to do so.)

In response to inquiries about the alleged beatings, Hellmold said that he "hoped deputies would be given the same courtesy given the inmates, of being considered innocent until proven guilty."
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Hellmold is one of the three recently promoted commanders who are heading up the Sheriff's special task force that was formed last fall to look into the accusations of inmate abuse by deputies. (As we have reported in the past, Hellmold is also part of Undersheriff Paul Tanaka's inner circle, and a longtime donor to Tanaka's political campaign outside the department.
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Oh, and Hellmold was one of those who told the LA Times back in October that reports on jail violence never reached the Sheriff.

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