Commander & Supervision
Lieutenant Caleb MacGregor
Lieutenant Caleb MacGregor began his career with the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office, as a Reserve Deputy, in 2002. Shortly after, he started in the Custody Division as a Correctional Deputy. While assigned to the Custody Division he served as a Jail Training Officer and CERT team member.
In 2005, Caleb promoted to a fulltime sworn Deputy and transferred to the Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division. He worked patrol at both the South County and City of Shasta Lake stations and was also as a resident Shingletown Deputy for 3 years. Caleb spent 2.5 years as a Detective in the Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit. In 2016 he was promoted to Sergeant and transferred back to patrol, working the South County Station, Burney Station and the City of Shasta Lake Station. As a Sergeant he also supervised the Boating Safety Unit and was the coordinator for both the Search and Rescue Team and Dive Team.
During his career, Caleb has been part of the Search and Rescue Overhead Team, AB109 Enforcement Team, Color Guard and has been a Defensive Tactics Instructor. In 2021 Caleb was promoted to Lieutenant and is currently assigned to the City of Shasta Lake Patrol division.
COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER TONI SCHLAPIA
Toni Schlapia began her career with the Sheriff's Office in March of 2002 as a Public Safety Service Officer. She had been a dedicated Jail employee and subsequently became a Jail Training Officer in 2003. Service Officer Schlapia was very instrumental in gathering and documenting Cal-gang activity to share with other agencies.
Officer Schlapia promoted to a Senior Public Safety Service Officer for the City of Shasta Lake in 2008 and supervises two Cadets and the Citizen Volunteer Patrol group, within the city. She currently holds a collateral assignment within the Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue program.
She was awarded the Sheriff's Office Public Safety Service Officer of the Year in 2009 and 2014 and the Shasta Damboree Officer of the Year in 2012 and 2020. She also received a Shasta County AVOID the 6 award, in 2012, for her participation in the organization of the DUI/Driver's License Checkpoints in the City of Shasta Lake.
Her classification was re-evaluated and changed to the title of Community Service Officer in 2016. Officer Schlapia still supervises two Cadets and the Citizen Volunteer Patrol group, within the city. Under the new classification, she is able to help the Deputies with calls for service and has had additional training to perform id work, while keeping the front station open to the public.