About Lancaster Sheriff's Station
Lancaster Sheriff's Station is one of the largest in the County. The station has the largest patrol area at over 600 square miles, covering the entire northeast portion of the County; deputies patrol from Neenach to the west (meeting up with Santa Clarita Station's patrol area), up to the County line to the north and east (meeting up with Kern County at Avenue A and San Bernadino County out past Lake Los Angeles, respectively), and down to Palmdale Station's patrol area to the south. The communities of Antelope Acres, Hi Vista, Roosevelt, and most of Quartz Hill are included in this patrol area.
Many opportunities for community involvement exist at the Station. Citizens who wish to know more about the Sheriff's Department and would like to get a taste of what day-to-day operations are like may sign up for a ride-along, while those who would like to give back to their community by supporting their local law enforcement may apply to become volunteers.
Lastly, the Antelope Valley Sheriff's Boosters help raise money to provide much-needed equipment and financial support to the Lancaster and Palmdale Stations, such as GPS units, extra radios, and specialized vehicles.