Andrew Meyer is a Lieutenant with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD), currently assigned to Special Victims Bureau which investigates the physical and sexual abuse of children and adult rapes. Lieutenant Meyer has been committed to the community and the protection of children throughout his 24 years with the Department. During his tenure with LASD, Lieutenant Meyer has worked a variety of assignments in patrol, detectives, custody, homeland security and administration. He began his career at West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station as a Community Service Officer. A short time later, he graduated from the academy and worked L.A. County Jail’s-East Facility. He worked numerous patrol stations over the following 7 years including: Lennox Station, Century Station, and Compton Station. He promoted to Sergeant in 2006 where he worked Century Station, Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), Special Enforcement Bureau, and Homicide Bureau. In 2011, he promoted to Lieutenant where he worked the Commander’s Management Task Force, Pico Rivera Sheriff’s Station, and in 2014, he transferred to his current assignment, Special Victims Bureau. At Special Victims Bureau he oversees three teams of detectives, the East Team, Central Team and the South Team.
Andrew has a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Management and an Associate in Arts degree in Administration of Justice.