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Operation Blue Christmas - November 2017

Working the field, we often see firsthand needy families in the communities we serve that have been struggling with recent tragedies or hardships that weigh them down. Oftentimes, it’s the simplest of things that can lift the spirits and help these families get through tough times. Many times, officers take it upon themselves, without any media attention or recognition, to help these families in times of need. It’s what we do; help those less fortunate.

Backing Blue - October 2017

$12,216 raised to assist hurricane victims

In late August, the City of Houston was hit with Hurricane Harvey, a category 4 hurricane that left the city devastated. The death toll from Hurricane Harvey was hovering at approximately 70, and the property damage was expected to be in the billions. Mutual aid has poured into Houston from all over the country.

Promotional Survey Solutiuons, Part III - September 2017

As promised, I am bringing solutions and not only problems. This is your voice as it relates to the current promotional system. My next step will be to meet with the stakeholders and present your concerns to them in an effort to work together to make this system as fair as possible.

Question No. 2: In your experience, do you think the current LAPD advanced paygrade opportunities are fair?

Brace Yourselves

Shame on the L.A. Times for lashing out at Whitter Police Chief Jeff Piper when he had the courage to call a spade and spade. Whitter Police Officer Keith Boyer would still be alive today if not for the California criminal justice reforms put in place recently. Enough is enough and if something doesn’t change soon, crimes rate, homelessness and lawlessness will continue to soar and be uncontainable. The L.A.

Southeast Division Update

Southeast Division

As you are aware, last month I informed you of how appalled I was at the lack of response from the City’s General Services Division in regard to the unsanitary working conditions that Southeast officers have endured for far too long. On Jan. 30, General Services sent in a crew to clean the mold spores at Southeast Station. This is a start; however, we all know that mold comes from a source, and our expectation is that the source of the mold be identified and properly removed.

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