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Stuart A. Maislin, Commander

Stuart A. Maislin

Internal Affairs Group

email Commander Maislin was born in New York, NY, in 1956. He was
educated in the New York area, and received his Bachelors Degree in
Accounting in 1976 from the State University of New York at
Buffalo. After moving to California and joining the Los Angeles
Police Department, he received his Masters Degree in Public
Administration in 1991 from California State University, Los
Angeles. After brief stints as a criminal investigator with a New
York State Special Prosecutor's Office and the United States
Internal Revenue Service, Commander Maislin was appointed to the
Department in April 1979. He was promoted to Sergeant in April
1984, Lieutenant in September 1988, Captain in October 1993, and
Commander in January 2002.

As an Officer his assignments included Southwest Patrol, Employee
Opportunity and Development Division, Communications Division,
Planning and Research Division, and Newton Vice. As a Sergeant he
worked Hollenbeck Patrol; Evaluation and Administration Section,
Office of Operations; and Traffic Coordination Section. After
promoting to Lieutenant he was assigned to North Hollywood Patrol,
Organized Crime Intelligence Division, Support Services Bureau, and
the Office of Administrative Services. Upon his promotion to
Captain he was assigned as the Commanding Officer of Hollywood
Patrol Division. He has also served as the Commanding Officer of
Juvenile Division, and most recently as the Commanding Officer of
Central Community Police Station.

Commander Maislin is a founding member and former president of the
Shomrim Society of Southern California. He is also a member of the
Los Angeles County Peace Officers Association, California Peace
Officers Association, and the International Association of Chiefs
of Police. In his spare time he referees amateur and collegiate