501 West Lancaster Boulevard
Lancaster, CA 93534
For emergencies dial 911
Lobby open 24 hours a day, seven days a week
Welcome to the Lancaster Sheriff's Station. Located at the northwest corner of Lancaster Boulevard and Sierra Highway, the station provides law enforcement services to more than 150,000 residents in the City of Lancaster, as well as several thousand more in the outlying unincorporated areas from Neenach to Lake Los Angeles and up to the Los Angeles/Kern County line.
For information about recent crime statistics, visit CrimeMapping.com, or for annual statistics visit the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department's Crime Statistics page (these links will open in a new window).
Use the links at left to learn more about the station, including the Reserves, Explorers, and Volunteer programs, and Megan's Law.
Interested in becoming a Deputy Sheriff? How about a civilian member of law enforcement, as a Custody Assistant, professional, or medical staff? As the largest Sheriff's Department in the world, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department offers a wide array of career opportunities for interested individuals. Use the following links for more information (these links will open in a new window):
Sworn member of law enforcement (Deputy Sheriff), full-time, or call (800) A-DEPUTY (233-7889)
Sworn member of law enforcement (Deputy Sheriff), reserve, or call (323) 981-5998
Civilian member of law enforcement (professional and medical), or call (800) 233-7889 (general) or
(866) 806-8773 (medical)
Civilian member of law enforcement (nursing), or call (213) 893-5445
The Lancaster Sheriff's Station does not perform live scan fingerprinting services for the general public. For a list of locations in Lancaster that perform this service, visit the Lancaster Sheriff's Station lobby, or click here for a list of locations throughout the state (link will open in a new window). Note that a fee is generally charged by most providers for this service, which may vary between locations.
If you would like more information about community involvement programs at the station, please contact the station's Community Relations Office at (661) 940-3831, or stop by the station to ask for information or applications.