Lieutenant Glenn Walsh is a 23-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. His assignments have included Men’s Central Jail, Century Patrol Station, and Narcotics Bureau as a Bonus I and Bonus II Detective. In 2010, he promoted to Sergeant and was assigned to Compton Patrol Station. He transferred back to Narcotics Bureau and worked as a Crew Sergeant, Training Sergeant, Operations Sergeant, and the Group Supervisor at the LA HIDTA. In 2016, he promoted to Lieutenant and was assigned to East Los Angeles Patrol Station. In July of 2017, he transferred back to the Narcotics Bureau. Lieutenant Walsh is also a prior U.S. Marine and has served in Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom. He understands the challenges of our department members and their family members who are still in the military reserves whether they are serving on active duty.
Lieutenant Walsh is also a Life member and on the State Executive Board for the California Narcotics Officers’ Association (CNOA). He is the 2017 Sergeant of Arms and will be the President of CNOA in 2022.
Lieutenant Walsh holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Southern California in Executive Leadership and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Union Institute and University.