Undersheriff Fred Miramontes

Undersheriff Miramontes is a 30 year law enforcement veteran.  He started his career in law enforcement career with the Brawley Police Department as a part-time records clerk and radio dispatcher.  In May 1977, he was hired as a Police Officer for the City of Brawley.  He worked patrol and investigations.  In January 1980, he was hired by the California Highway Patrol where he worked for the next 27 years.  His duty stations of assignment  included Sacramento, Los Angeles County Santa Fe Springs Area, San Diego Border Division Headquarters, and the El Centro Office in Imperial County.  He promoted through the ranks to Lieutenant Commander, and retired as the Commander of the Calexico Command in June 2007.

Undersheriff Miramontes is from Imperial Valley, graduated from Brawley Union High School, Imperial Valley College, and attended Chapman College, National University, and San Diego State University Calexico campus.  He holds Advanced, Supervisory, and Management certificates from the California Peace Officer Standards and Training.  He is a graduate of the California Highway Patrol Command course, and the F.B.I.’s Law Enforcement Executive Development course.

He attended the California Highway Patrol Academy, January-June 1980, and the Riverside Sheriff’s Academy May-August 1977.

Employed by the Brawley Police Department as a Police Officer, 1977-1980.

Employed by the California Highway Patrol, 1980-2007.

Appointed as the Undersheriff for the Imperial County Sheriff’s Office, July 2007.

Attended Imperial Valley College receiving an A.S. in Law Enforcement and Social Science.  Attended Chapman College, National University, and San Diego State University working towards a B.A. in Criminal Justice and Public Administration.

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