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Press Release: Don Sharp Promoted to Captain, New CCMU Commander
Agency: Sheriff’s Administration
Station Area: Riverside County
Written Date: December 20, 2017 Time: 10:00 AM
Incident Date: December 20, 2017 Time: 9:00 AM
Incident Location: Sheriff’s Administration
Reporting Officer: Sergeant Chris Willison - Public Information Officer
File Number(s): N/A


Sheriff Stan Stiff promoted Lieutenant Don Sharp to the rank of Captain this morning, December 20, 2017, in Riverside.  Captain Sharp will oversee the Coordinated Custody Management Unit (CCMU) which oversees the Sheriff’s Inmate Training and Education Bureau (SITE-B), the Riverside Alternative Sentencing Program (RASP), the Supervised Electronic Confinement Program (SECP), the Headcount Management Unit (HMU), and the Department’s AB 109 Realignment efforts.

Captain Don Sharp

Captain Don Sharp is a twenty-eight year veteran of law enforcement.  In September of 1989, he began his career with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) after graduating a member of Class 255.  During his next six and half years, he worked assignments in the LASD Corrections, Courts, and Patrol Operations. 

In March of 1996, Captain Sharp joined the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department and was assigned to Patrol Operations at the Lake Elsinore Station.  While there he was assigned to Patrol Operations, Field Training Officer (FTO), Special Enforcement Team (SET) Narcotics, and the Southwest Corridor Narcotics Taskforce (SWCNTF).

In February of 2001, Captain Sharp was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and held various assignments at the Moreno Valley Station, Lake Elsinore Station, and Special Investigations Bureau (SIB).  During his time as a sergeant, he supervised a multi-agency state taskforce for narcotics trafficking, managed a multi-agency grant project to assist children in domestic violence households, and supervised the narcotics lab team.

In September of 2012, Captain Sharp was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and held various assignments at the Robert Presley Detention Center (RPDC) and the Jurupa Valley Station including patrol operations, traffic bureau and administrative duties. He was also the Assistant Chief of Police for the city of Jurupa Valley.

Captain Sharp has a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership awarded from Azusa Pacific University.  He is also a graduate of the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute (SLI) Class 207. 

Captain Sharp has been married to his wife for 29 years and they have two adult children.  His son is in the United States Coast Guard and his daughter is a freshman at Southern Oregon University studying political science.


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