Humphrey Franciscus, Public Safety Sergeant
A.S. – Administration of Justice, Cerritos College
Police Academy Training – California Highway Patrol Academy
Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced P.O.S.T. Certificates.
Sergeant Franciscus began his law enforcement career with the California Highway Patrol in 1979. Upon graduation from the Academy in 1980, he was assigned to the Santa Ana Area where he worked patrol duties. Approximately seven years later, he transferred to the Rancho Cucamonga Area where he transitioned from a patrol car to motorcycle patrol and remained in that assignment for the remainder of his career. During his career with the California Highway Patrol, his duties included enforcing the California Vehicle Code, Penal Code, and other related codes. He was assigned to Dignitary Protection Details involving the President of the United States, Vice President, First and Second Ladies, Governor of California, and other dignitaries as assigned. He was involved in Officer Safety Training, Weapons, Armorer and Range Officer. He was utilized as an Officer in Charge, Field Training Officer, and Certified Motorcycle Training Officer. Following 30 years of service with the California Highway Patrol,Officer Franciscus retired from the California Highway Patrol in 2009. From 2009 to 2014, he worked for the US Marshall’s Service providing protection for Federal Judges and courts.
Sergeant Franciscus joined the Department of Public Safety as an Officer in October 2016 and promoted to Sergeant in August 2020.