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“With a historic rise in violent crime affecting all communities, residents desperately need leaders who know what it takes to keep our neighborhoods safe,” said Councilman Valencia.

“Ryan’s experience as a Sergeant with the LA County Sheriff’s Department serving for the past 11 years, will make him a champion for public safety. His knowledge of community-oriented policing, using crime analytics to prevent crimes, and criminogenic factors that contribute to criminality will make him an invaluable asset to the community.”

“It is for these reasons that Ryan has my full support, and because talk is cheap, I have also contributed to his campaign. I am confident that he will put the needs of San Dimas’ residents, first.”

“Ruben’s endorsement further exemplifies our campaign’s strong roots in public safety. San Dimas needs leaders who are going to work with the Sheriff’s Department to take proactive steps to reduce crime in our city,” said Ryan Vienna.

“Via Verde has seen a substantial uptick in residential burglaries and my top priority as your Councilmember will be to fulfill government’s most important function – keeping you safe.”


Ryan Vienna is a Sergeant with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, a Public Safety Commissioner for the City of San Dimas, and a small business owner. His commitment to public service led him to join the Sheriff’s Department 11 years ago and volunteer for several prestigious assignments. As the Vice Chair of the Public Safety Commission, Ryan has successfully brought the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program to the city, having trained over 60 residents on how to be prepared for natural / manmade disasters.  Ryan earned a Master’s degree from the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California and Bachelor’s degree from the College of Business and Public Management at the University of La Verne.  Ryan and his wife, Dr. Nicole Vienna, live in San Dimas.

Paid for by Ryan Vienna for City Council 2017. State ID 1388979
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