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La Paz County Sheriff’s Mission Statement

The mission of the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office is to maximize the quality of life to the citizens of the county we serve. To uphold the law fairly and firmly; to prevent crime; to address the problems of the county we serve; to pursue and bring to justice those who violate the law; to keep the peace of the county; to protect, help and reassure all people of La Paz County and to do this with integrity, common sense and sound judgment.

We will be compassionate, courteous and patient. We will act without showing fear or prejudice to the rights of others. We will be professional, calm and restrained in the face of fear, danger and/or irrational behavior.

We will strive to reduce the fears of the public and, in so far as we can, reflect its priorities in the actions we take. We will change and mold our office as necessary to maximize our service in meeting the needs of a growing county.


La Paz County Sheriff's Facebook Posts

Do you think Law Enforcement is for men only? These three La Paz County Sheriff’s Office employees would disagree. We’re very proud of the fact that we have hard working, intelligent women working in Patrol, Detention, Dispatch and support services/administration.

Pictured below, from left to right;

Detention Officer Amber Mclean puts her life on the line on a daily basis working shoulder to shoulder with inmates in what was once considered a “man’s world“ and is able to hold her own using her mind, training and the tools provided. She just recently graduated from the Detention Academy and is already a huge asset to our agency.

Center, is Dispatch Supervisor Maribel Villafana. Maribel worked her way up the ranks in Dispatch and has proven herself as an outstanding leader. She has provided guidance to misguided people, talked people through desperate medical situations, and has stood tall during critical emergencies.

On the right is Deputy Danielle Banuelos, and her K9 partner “Limit”. Danielle started working with the Sheriff’s Office as an Administrative Assistant in our front lobby. She then transferred to the Detention Facility where she excelled and later transferred again to Patrol. She is currently a K-9 handler, an on-call phlebotomist and a member of our Special Response Tactical Team. She is also a great example of a person who can handle any situation both physically and mentally.

There are some people who still consider Law Enforcement a male dominated career. Deputy Banuelos, Officer Mclean and Dispatch Supervisor Villafana would beg to differ.

We have a number of great employees that do amazing things on a daily basis. We are proud of our staff and the sacrifices everyone makes on a daily basis. When you see a Deputy, Detention Officer, Dispatcher, or one of our support personnel, please take the time to say hello and tell them thank you for their service.
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Do you think Law Enforcement is for men only? These three La Paz County Sheriff’s Office employees would disagree.  We’re very proud of the fact that we have hard working, intelligent women working in Patrol, Detention, Dispatch and support services/administration.Pictured below, from left to right;Detention Officer Amber Mclean puts her life on the line on a daily basis working shoulder to shoulder with inmates in what was once considered a “man’s world“ and is able to hold her own using her mind, training and the tools provided.  She just recently graduated from the Detention Academy and is already a huge asset to our agency.Center, is Dispatch Supervisor Maribel Villafana.  Maribel worked her way up the ranks in Dispatch and has proven herself as an outstanding leader.  She has provided guidance to misguided people, talked people through desperate medical situations, and has stood tall during critical emergencies.On the right is Deputy Danielle Banuelos, and her K9 partner “Limit”.  Danielle started working with the Sheriff’s Office as an Administrative Assistant in our front lobby.  She then transferred to the Detention Facility where she excelled and later transferred again to Patrol.  She is currently a K-9 handler, an on-call phlebotomist and a member of our Special Response Tactical Team.  She is also a great example of a person who can handle any situation both physically and mentally.There are some people who still consider Law Enforcement a male dominated career.  Deputy Banuelos, Officer Mclean and Dispatch Supervisor Villafana would beg to differ.We have a number of great employees that do amazing things on a daily basis.  We are proud of our staff and the sacrifices everyone makes on a daily basis.  When you see a Deputy, Detention Officer, Dispatcher,  or one of our support personnel, please take the time to say hello and tell them thank you for their service.

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Awesome ladies👍🤚❤ Thank you for your service. Great job girls👍

I love this write up way to recognize these amazing ladies and all their hard work and dedication!!! Thanks ladies and thank you to ya all out there protecting and serving us!!

Congrats ladies, you make us ladies proud. Good bless you and keep you safe!

Thank you very very much ladies and "Limit", for your service in La Paz County. You all help, to keep our county SAFE! 🙂🙂🙂

Awesome job ladies 👍🌸

Awesome deputies thank you for your service!!

Thank You All. PLEASE STAY SAFE! 🇺🇸💙💚💛💚💙🇺🇸 ALWAYS BESIDE YOU!

Great job, ladies. You rock!

Ladies are AWESOME! Keep up the great work. 💛💙👍🤗

Wonderful work ladies

Thank you for your service ladies.👍🏽💐

Awesomeness to these beautiful ladies ❤️ go girl power!

Nice job ladies make us proud !! 💙👍😎

Thank you for your service! Deputy Banuelos, I have paw protectors for Limit.

Why do these two look so familiar to me? Good job ladies!!! You chose great career paths.

Great job ladies, very proud of you!!!

GREAT JOB LADY'S 👏

Thank you

Aww, such amazing woman. 💜✝️

WTG ladies!!!

TY for your service Ladies. 💐💐💐

Great job Lady’s👏👏👏

Thank You for your Service

I ALWAYS thank them when I see them. They protect us on a daily basis just like the men do. It is NOT an all male service. We have alot of female officers and they do the same as a man. I thank God for ALL of these teams. Bless u all.

Happy dispatchers week to your dispatchers! 💛💛💛

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LAST DAY TO SIGN UP DEAD LINE IS 4:30 PM TODAY 04-09-10
PLEASE CALL 928-669-6141 TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION

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