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News Release
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Media Relations
   
   
LAPD Launches New Crowd Management Training

What:
21st Century Mobil Field Force Doctrine

When:
Tuesday, July 24, 2007 12:00 PM.

Where:
Joint Force Training Base
4522 Saratoga Ave Building 15
Los Alamitos, CA 90702

Who:
Deputy Chief Michael Hillman
LAPD Command Staff
Metropolitan Division

Why:
The Los Angeles Police Department has developed a new strategy involving crowd control techniques as it relates to public assemblies, marches, rallies and other similar events. The Department will begin training its officers on July 24th 2007. The training will consist of a 10-hour day and will involve every officer including command staff personnel.

Members of the media will be allowed to film portions of the training being administered to the officers. A PIO will be at the entrance of the facility to direct media personnel to the parking area. Due to limited parking on the base an arrival time of 11:30 is suggested.

Deputy Chief Michael Hillman will be available to members of the media for interviews.

Spanish speaking PIO’s will be on site for interviews.

For further information contact Media Relations Section at 213-485-3586.


     
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