Terri McDonald

Los Angeles County Probation Department

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Terri McDonald is the chief probation officer with the Los Angeles County Probation Department. She is a former assistant sheriff for LA County Sheriff's Department, overseeing the Custody Division. McDonald is a 24-year veteran of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, where she served as under-secretary for operations

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