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Feb 2016
Help Keep a Convicted Cop Killer Behind Bars
LAPPL Board of Directors

Keeping our communities safe should be our top priority, and that must include the safety of Los Angeles police officers. Convicted cop murderer Raylene Brooks CDC #W40103 is once again up for parole and we need your help to keep this killer behind bars.

Please email the Parole Board and tell them to keep Raylene Brooks CDC #W40103 behind bars. Please send letters opposing this parole to:

Board of Parole Hearings
Attn: Pre-Hearing Correspondence
Post Office Box 4036
Sacramento, CA 95812-4036

The Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) has sent letters of opposition to the California Department of Corrections Board of Parole Hearings, but we need everyone to speak out. This vicious murderer has not yet fully paid her debt to society and should serve the maximum term of her sentence. We must send a clear message that the murder of peace officers is unacceptable and all who are found guilty must be dealt the harshest possible punishment under the law.

On the night of September 3, 1988, Officer Daniel Pratt and his partner, Officer Veronica Delao Jenkins, were undercover in South Los Angeles when they heard what they thought was gunfire. They then encountered the headlights of the car that, just minutes before, had been involved in a gang-related drive-by shooting, leaving three people wounded. Upon pursuit, Brooks made an abrupt U-turn and headed toward the officers. Brooks’ then boyfriend, Kirkton Moore, opened fire on Officer Pratt, striking and killing him instantly. As the driver of the car involved in the shooting, Brooks was convicted of first-degree murder of a peace officer.

Officer Pratt is survived by his wife, Andria; daughters, Amanda and Heather; and sons, Danny Jr. and Nicholas. Also surviving him are his parents, Joyce and Roy Pratt Sr., four brothers, three sisters, and a host of other loved ones.

We must come together, law enforcement and community, and send a clear message that we will never forget the murder of a peace officer, no matter how much time has passed. As we did in our letter, so we ask you to tell the Parole Board that Brooks must not be granted parole and that we expect her to receive the harshest possible punishment under the law.

Brooks’ parole hearing date is on May 16, 2016, so we’re asking for your help to keep public safety first and protest the parole for this convicted murderer. Please send your letters to the Parole Board opposing parole for Raylene Brooks, inmate CDC #W40103 to:

Board of Parole Hearings
Attn: Pre-Hearing Correspondence
Post Office Box 4036
Sacramento, CA 95812-4036

You can also email the Board of Parole Hearings at [email protected].

Please note that your letters and/or emails must be received two weeks prior for the Parole Board to consider them, so please send your letters soon.

Make your voices heard and prevent these hardened murderers from being released back into society.

LAPD Officer Daniel Pratt

We will never forget.

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