Pee Wee Deputies

Local 3-5 year olds “train” to be a deputy and see Los Angeles County Sheriffs Deputy┬áday-to-day duties

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers DIMINUTIVE DEPUTIES - 5-year-old Maximilian Jensen of Westlake Village, center, finds a good spot for a nap on the bed of a Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriffs Station jail cell as fellow visiting kids explore around him, during a tour of the station as part of the Pee Wee Deputy Program on Saturday, April 26. The program lets local 3-5 year olds "train" to be a deputy and see what their day-to-day duties would be like.

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DIMINUTIVE DEPUTIES – 5-year-old Maximilian Jensen of Westlake Village, center, finds a good spot for a nap on the bed of a Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriffs Station jail cell as fellow visiting kids explore around him, during a tour of the station as part of the Pee Wee Deputy Program on Saturday, April 26. The program lets local 3-5 year olds “train” to be a deputy and see what their day-to-day duties would be like.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers DIMINUTIVE DEPUTIES - Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department volunteer Sam Poursaleh helps 3-year-old Jonathan Kenworthy of Westlake warn a "bad guy" to stop running as he checks out the inside of a patrol car as part of the Pee Wee Deputy Program on Saturday, April 26. The program lets local 3-5 year olds "train" to be a deputy and see what their day-to-day duties would be like.

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DIMINUTIVE DEPUTIES – Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department volunteer Sam Poursaleh helps 3-year-old Jonathan Kenworthy of Westlake warn a “bad guy” to stop running as he checks out the inside of a patrol car as part of the Pee Wee Deputy Program on Saturday, April 26. The program lets local 3-5 year olds “train” to be a deputy and see what their day-to-day duties would be like.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers DIMINUTIVE DEPUTIES - Los Angeles County Sheriffs Deputy John French shows young guests what the inside of the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station jail cells looks like during a tour for "Pee Wee Deputies" on Saturday, April 26. The program lets local 3-5 year olds "train" to be a deputy and see what their day-to-day duties would be like.

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DIMINUTIVE DEPUTIES – Los Angeles County Sheriffs Deputy John French shows young guests what the inside of the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station jail cells looks like during a tour for “Pee Wee Deputies” on Saturday, April 26. The program lets local 3-5 year olds “train” to be a deputy and see what their day-to-day duties would be like.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers DIMINUTIVE DEPUTIES - Los Angeles County Sheriffs Deputy John French, can't resist smiling as 3-year-old Max Boswell of Agoura, right, visiting with his grandma Aniko, tells him exactly what he would do if he encountered a "bad guy" - just walk away, and go tell his mom and dad - during a tour of the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station jail cells for "Pee Wee Deputies" on Saturday, April 26. The program lets local 3-5 year olds "train" to be a deputy and see what their day-to-day duties would be like.

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DIMINUTIVE DEPUTIES – Los Angeles County Sheriffs Deputy John French, can’t resist smiling as 3-year-old Max Boswell of Agoura, right, visiting with his grandma Aniko, tells him exactly what he would do if he encountered a “bad guy” – just walk away, and go tell his mom and dad – during a tour of the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station jail cells for “Pee Wee Deputies” on Saturday, April 26. The program lets local 3-5 year olds “train” to be a deputy and see what their day-to-day duties would be like.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers DIMINUTIVE DEPUTIES - Thousand Oaks resident April Ray and her daughters Angelique, 3, left, and Charlotte, 3, meet Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department volunteer Donna Selnick and her horse Raspberry as part of the Pee Wee Deputy Program on Saturday, April 26. The program lets local 3-5 year olds "train" to be a deputy and see what their day-to-day duties would be like.

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DIMINUTIVE DEPUTIES – Thousand Oaks resident April Ray and her daughters Angelique, 3, left, and Charlotte, 3, meet Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department volunteer Donna Selnick and her horse Raspberry as part of the Pee Wee Deputy Program on Saturday, April 26. The program lets local 3-5 year olds “train” to be a deputy and see what their day-to-day duties would be like.

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