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  • Author:
    Sheriff Gary Penrod,M. David DeSoucy
  • ISBN:
    0738546631
  • ISBN13:
    978-0738546636
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    Arcadia Publishing (October 16, 2006)
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    128 pages
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Author and historian M. David DeSoucy is a retired veteran of 25 years of service in the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department and is the author of numerous historical articles on the SBCSD, including its connection to th. .

Author and historian M. David DeSoucy is a retired veteran of 25 years of service in the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department and is the author of numerous historical articles on the SBCSD, including its connection to the Colton-based Earp family and the clan's most famous son, Wyatt Earp. Series: Images of America. The author did a great job putting together a collection of interesting historical photos that really tell a tale. The photos help to put a face on the history of the SBSD and the area. This book is certainly not a definitive history of the department but that isn't what it is meant to be.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner's Department (SBSD) serves San Bernardino County, California, which is geographically the largest county in the United States (excluding Alaska's boroughs) and is headquartered in San Bernardino ci.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner's Department (SBSD) serves San Bernardino County, California, which is geographically the largest county in the United States (excluding Alaska's boroughs) and is headquartered in San Bernardino city. SBSD provides law enforcement services to the unincorporated areas of the county and contract law enforcement services to 14 of the county's cities, including Rancho Cucamonga and Chino Hills, serving a total of 1,029,466 of the county's 2 million residents

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David DeSoucy, Foreword by Sheriff Gary Penrod. Yet gunplay lore is only one aspect of the epic of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.

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Sheriff’s Detectives Seeking Public’s Help in Solving Murder of Rancho Man. Mark Anthony Riveral was found dead in Rancho Cucamonga’s . Do You Have an Evacuation Plan?

Sheriff’s Detectives Seeking Public’s Help in Solving Murder of Rancho Man. Mark Anthony Riveral was found dead in Rancho Cucamonga’s Kenyon Park on September 17, 2015. His death has been deemed a homicide. Do You Have an Evacuation Plan?

San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner's Department. M. David DeSoucy, Sheriff Gary Penrod, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, Arcadia Publishing, 2006.

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The largest county in the continental United States has seen its share of colorful pursuits of suspects and fugitives, including the search for the last Native American in the United States to be tracked to his tragic end by a lawman's posse: "Willie Boy" at Ruby Mountain. San Bernardino County also was the setting for the shoot-outs at Baldy Mesa and Lytle Creek. Yet gunplay lore is only one aspect of the epic of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. Today the department deploys nearly 5,000 salaried and volunteer employees to protect and serve its 20,186 square miles of deserts, mountains, forests, and increasingly urban areas. This original cow-county sheriff's office went through many developments that are detailed in these vintage photographs–sheriffs' administrations, equipment, investigations, and other exploits–all culled from the department's archives, private collections, the California Room of the San Bernardino Public Library, and the San Bernardino Pioneer Historical Society.

Mightdragon
I really enjoyed this book. The author did a great job putting together a collection of interesting historical photos that really tell a tale. The photos help to put a face on the history of the SBSD and the area. This book is certainly not a definitive history of the department but that isn't what it is meant to be. I recommend this book to anyone interested in the history of San Bernardino County or the west as it transformed from lawless to suburbanized.
Elildelm
Found it very interesting as the three Shay's mentioned in the book are distantly related to me. Also, I have a law enforcement background with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Early Waffle
I worked for the Sheriff's Department for many years and still have family members high up in the ranks. I got this book, looking forward to an actual history of the department I so dearly loved and, instead, found a biased "his"tory touting the "good ol' boys" club that has always been the department's biggest downfall and making the only person who actually ever tried to reform it into an objective, fair business sound like a joke. The author was one of the "good ol' boys," so I shouldn't have expected any different, but somehow I stupidly thought it would be an actual history, rather than just the skewed story spinning that it turned out to be. Shame on DeSoucy and shame on the editors for not doing a better background check on who they allowed to write this "historical" book.
Tehn
Find out what it takes to be the Sheriff of the largest county in the United States of America.