Orange County sheriff's department gets few complaints from the public
By Stuart Pfeifer
Los Angeles Times
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. — Either Orange County sheriff's deputies are among the most courteous cops in California, or something else is discouraging the public from filing complaints about them.
The Orange County Sheriff's Department received 113 complaints about its employees last year, compared to nearly 2,400 about sheriff's employees in Los Angeles County, according to department records obtained by The Times.
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