Chief Bratton inspects LAPD Reserve Corps
Inspection of LAPD Reserve Corps
Saturday, June 18, 2005, 9:00 a.m.
Ahmanson Recruit Training Center, 5651 West Manchester Avenue, Los Angeles
- Mayor-Elect Antonio Villaraigosa
- Police Chief William J. Bratton
- Command staff officers
- Local dignitaries and politicians
Founded shortly after World War II, the LAPD Reserve Corps boasts nearly 700 volunteer police officers that cumulatively donate a number of hours that save the City of Los Angeles several million dollars per year. Often called "Twice a Citizen," reserve officers are an integral part to making Los Angeles the safest big city in America.
For further questions or additional information, please contact Lieutenant Robert Edgar or Sergeant Eric Windham, Volunteer Services Section, Personnel Group, at 213-485-4097.