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La Plata Sheriff

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Hi guys,

I know the wiki says the La Plata SO uses numbers in the 500 series, but I wondered if any of you might know how it is broken down further.

TIA
 

n0nhp

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Been many years since I had a LPCSO # but the only breakdown at that time was 500 through 589 were officers and 590 - 599 were SAR.

Bruce
Former LPCSO 594
 

rbuxton

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Individual ID numbers,,, Command Staff is the upper 500s (500--510), Supervisors in the 520 series, Patrol Deputies in the 530-550s, Courthouse/Jail Deputies 570s. Detectives are somewhere in the mix. This is what I've figured out in the few months I've lived in Durango.

I've not heard anything in the 580 or 590s. Search and Rescue ID#s are Echo # on the OEM/SAR freqs/TGs but also use their last names for a lot of comms.
 
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