TRUSTWORTHY

DISTINCTION

PROFESSIONALISM, PRIDE, INTEGRITY

BRAVERY

HONOR

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

COURAGE

DISTINCTION

STRENGTH, TRUSTWORTHY, LOYALTY

PROFESSIONALISM

SERVICE

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

STRENGTH

CONCERN

HONOR, COURAGE, BRAVERY, DISTINCTION

SERVICE

DEDICATION

OUR MISSION

PRIDE

INTEGRITY

DEDICATION, CONCERN, SERVICE

TRUSTWORTHY

PROFESSIONALISM

WHO WE ARE

The SCDSA represents over 1,500 men and women dedicated to working tirelessly to provide the best customer service possible; “Service with Concern”

SACRAMENTO COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFFS' ASSOCIATION

Our Association

Who We Are

The evolution of the SCDSA has mirrored the growth and development of the Sacramento metropolitan area…

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Board Members

The Duties of the Board of Directors are to review all business on behalf of the membership and act as the Association…

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President's Message

The Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association represents over 1,500 diverse men and women, rank and file sergeants…

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Political Action

The Association is involved in local city and county elections, as well as those candidates seeking state Assembly…

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The Benevolent arm of the Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association

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Proud Member Organization of the Fraternal Order of Police

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Featured News

March 20, 2020

Video Press Release: The McClatchy Company May Face Bankruptcy in 2020

The Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs' Association reacts to multiple news reports that The McClatchy Company, parent company of The Sacramento Bee, may face bankruptcy next year.  To view the press release, please visit our Youtube channel here:  https://youtu.be/MI8Tg4gkg2s

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March 20, 2020

For Immediate Release: Governor Newsom Signs Senate Bill 230 Into Law

Sacramento, CA – On Thursday, September 12, 2019, California Governor, Gavin Newsom, signed Senate Bill (S.B.) 230 into law. S.B. 230 was written as a companion bill to Assembly Bill (A.B.) 392, which was previously signed on Monday, August 19th, 2019.  A.B. 392 simply codified in California state law what the United States Supreme Court has already previously ruled as the...

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