Coronne L. Jacob, a 29-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, was promoted to the rank of commander by Sheriff Jim McDonnell and assigned to Countywide Services Division. She is responsible for the command and control of the Community College Bureau, Community Partnerships Bureau, County Services Bureau, and Parks Bureau.
Commander Jacob has been a member of the Sheriff’s Department since 1989. She started her career by working assignments at Mira Loma Facility, Sybil Brand Institute for Women, and Norwalk Station.
In 2000, Commander Jacob was promoted to sergeant and was transferred to Temple Station. In addition to working as a patrol sergeant, she was assigned as the operations sergeant. She was then transferred to the Office of the Sheriff where she worked as the executive aide to the Sheriff.
In 2005, Commander Jacob was promoted to lieutenant and transferred to Carson Station. She returned to Temple Station in 2007 and held several positions including being the service area lieutenant for the city of Rosemead and the operations lieutenant. In 2012, she transferred to Personnel Administration Bureau and managed the Return to Work and Recruitment units. In 2014, she was selected to be the executive assistant to the Sheriff.
In 2014, Commander Jacob was promoted to captain and again returned to Temple Station. She was the unit commander of Temple Station until her promotion to commander in April 2017.
Commander Jacob holds a Bachelor of Science degree from California State University at Long Beach, as well as an Associate of Arts degree from Antelope Valley College. She is a graduate of the Senior Management Institute for Police, the Cornell University Leadership Development Program, the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute, as well as the Executive Leadership Development Program. She is a past president of the San Gabriel Valley Peace Officers Association and currently sits on the Region X Board of the California Police Officers Association.
Commander Jacob is a lifelong resident of the County of Los Angeles. She is married to Andrew, her husband of 26 years; and they have two daughters. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, off-road vehicles, water skiing, hiking, and reading.