• January 25, 2022

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Texas Tech University Medical Students meet with EPCSO Deputies

Earlier this week,  El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) Deputy Juan R. Garcia and Deputy Jorge Alvillar held a meeting with medical and dental students at the Northwest Patrol Station. EPCSO officials share that the students are from the Texas Tech University Health and Sciences Center in El Paso. As part of their program they […]Read More

Sheriff’s Department deploys crisis teams for mental health emergencies

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Department has established three crisis intervention teams to help keep El Pasoans dealing with mental health emergencies away from jail. Crisis intervention teams are designed to improve law enforcement officers’ ability to safely intervene, link individuals to mental health services and divert them from the criminal justice system when appropriate. […]Read More

EPCSO’s Community Services Section donates back to school supplies

With students at Tornillo Elementary, Fabens Elementary, and Fabens High School returning to in-person learning this school semester, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Community Services Section decided to help the kids with back-to-school donations. “Back to school is normally accompanied with the need for new school supplies and materials, but this isn’t always the […]Read More

Hotel Paso del Norte donates $25k to EPCSO Foundation for

In celebration of its return to the El Paso community, the newly re-modeled and recently re-opened Hotel Paso del Norte presented a $25,000 donation to the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Foundation last week. “It’s an honor to make this donation to the El Paso County Sheriff’s Department Foundation and help them with all the […]Read More

EPCSO Foundation to donate handmade masks to Fabens Elementary

With the help of the El Paso County Sheriff’s Foundation and their resident crafter Michelle Reza, officials will be donating 100 handmade face masks to the students of Fabens Elementary School. Reza, the wife of an EPCSO Traffic/Motors Section deputy, quickly stepped in to help with the facemask project, EPCSO officials shared. “Each mask was […]Read More

EPCSO to light the El Paso County Law Enforcement Memorial

In honor of “National Police Week” Sheriff Richard Wiles, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, and the Sheriff’s Office Foundation will light the El Paso County Law Enforcement Memorial blue on Monday, May 11, 2020.  The public is invited to visit the El Paso County Law Enforcement Memorial Wall located at 3850 Justice Drive in Far East […]Read More

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office gets back up: Volunteers, employees

During this time when first responders and front line personnel are having some difficulty finding additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), a dedicated group of volunteers, employees, family members answered the call. The Sheriff’s Foundation, along with Walmart – who graciously donated material needed to make additional masks for EPCSO personnel – took to providing extra […]Read More

El Paso County Sheriff’s Deputies arrest alleged Agua Dulce tool

Monday afternoon, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of four teens, accused of allegedly stealing tools from a far east El Paso location. According to EPCSO officials, earlier this month, deputies were dispatched to the 800 block of Agua Clara Street in Agua Dulce – just northeast of Horizon City, in reference to […]Read More

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office ‘CSI Workshop’ set for January

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Crime Scene Unit will be hosting Crime Scene Investigation Workshop with special guest Dr. Alejandro Cardenas, world-famous Forensic Odontologist. The workshop, set for January 21 – 24, is open to interns, forensics and law enforcement students to review Crime Scene procedure topics such as collection and provide participants with an […]Read More