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News Release
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Media Relations
   
   
20 Year Anniversary of Los Angeles Police Department Officer Tina Kerbrat, Killed in the Line of Duty

What:   
Memorial Service

When:
Friday, February 11, 2011
11 a.m.

Where:
North Hollywood Community Police Station
11640 Burbank Boulevard
North Hollywood, CA 91601
    
Who:
Deputy Chief Kirk Albanese, Commanding Officer Operations-Valley Bureau
Commander Sharon Papa, Assistant Commanding Officer OVB
Captain Justin Eisenberg, Commanding Officer North Hollywood Area
Captain Duane Hayakawa, Patrol Captain North Hollywood Area
Team Tina Kerbrat-LAPD Women’s Running Team
Family Members of Officer Kerbrat

Why:
To honor Officer Kerbrat on the 20th Anniversary of her death. Upon graduation from the LAPD Police Academy Officer Kerbrat was assigned to North Hollywood Area Community Police Station to complete her probationary year. She had only been in the field for four months when she was shot and killed by an armed suspect.  She was the first female Los Angeles Police Officer to die in the line of duty.

As a tribute to her life and legacy, the LAPD Women’s Running Team will be competing in her honor during the 27th Annual Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay.  



     
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