Lieutenant Slade Carrizosa
Slade Carrizosa, is a 29-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD). He began his career with the Department in 1991.
During his 29 year career he has worked a variety of assignments within Patrol, Custody, Training Bureau, and Internal Affairs Bureau. As a deputy he served as a patrol deputy, school resource deputy, field training officer, special assignment team deputy, and training bureau instructor. He promoted to sergeant in 2008. As a sergeant he worked as a custody sergeant, field sergeant and a special assignment team sergeant. He transferred to Internal Affairs Bureau as a sergeant, where he handled numerous administrative investigations, deputy involved shootings, and use of force investigations.
Slade promoted to the rank of lieutenant in 2014 and worked as a patrol station watch commander. In 2015 he transferred to Internal Affairs Bureau as a team lieutenant, supervising a team of investigators who conducted administrative and force investigations. He was later selected to be the operations lieutenant for Internal Affairs Bureau and served as the acting captain. While assigned to Internal Affairs Bureau, as a lieutenant, he taught department level internal affairs investigative classes certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training.
In 2017, Slade was selected to be an executive aide for the Central Patrol Division chief. During his two years as an executive aide he was responsible for reviewing all the administrative investigations for Central Patrol Division.
Slade is currently the lieutenant that oversees the Antelope Valley Department of Justice Compliance Unit. With his extensive experience in Internal Affairs Bureau, Slade is considered an expert in the field.