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Bureau of Administrative Services

The Bureau of Administrative Services (BAS) oversees many different functions to include: Classification, Training, Scheduling, Title 15 Compliance, Prison Rape Enforcement Act (PREA) compliance and Support Services, which include the kitchen, laundry, and commissary.

Commander of Bureau of Administrative Services

Lt Ron LloydLieutenant Ronald Lloyd began his career with the Sheriff’s Department in 1994. From 1994 to 2002, Lt. Lloyd worked as an Adult Detention Deputy at all three facilities and spent three years as a Facility Training Officer. In 2002, Lt. Lloyd was promoted to Sergeant and worked at all three facilities before being assigned as the Jail Alternatives Unit supervisor in 2003. In 2004, Lt. Lloyd took a year and a half leave of absence to serve with the California Army National Guard in Iraq. Shortly after his return to the Sheriff’s Department in 2006, Lt. Lloyd was reassigned to the Jail Alternatives Unit before being promoted to Lieutenant in 2007 and assigned to the Men's Jail. In late 2012, Lt. Lloyd was assigned to the Bureau of Administrative Services.

Lt. Lloyd is currently assigned as the commander of the Bureau of Administrative Services (BAS), the Correctional Emergency Response Team (CERT), and the Facility Training Officer (FTO) program.



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