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Richard Webb, Commander Richard Webb
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Captain Richard Webb joined the Los Angeles Police Department in June of 1979. As a police officer, he worked numerous assignments including patrol and Metropolitan Division. During the 1984 Summer Olympics he was a member of a team of specially trained counter assault team of officers dedicated to protecting the participating athletes from around the world.

After being promoted to sergeant in 1986, he was assigned to the 77th Community Police Station and Hollywood Community Police Station. Captain Webb was assigned to the Hollywood Vice Unit for approximately two years. While at Hollywood Vice, he was responsible for initiating and implementing realistic tactical training for plain-clothes police officers. After working in vice, he was assigned to the North Hollywood Community Police Station where he was directly involved in the implementation of community policing.

Interested in community policing, he had the opportunity to supervise the Reserve Corps police academy. The Los Angeles Police Reserve Corps is made up of volunteers from the community who volunteer to attend a police academy on their own time and then work as a volunteer police officer.

In April 1998, he was reassigned to the Office of the Special Assistant, Office of the Chief of Police to supervise the writing of the One City - One Police Department report.

In January 1999, he was assigned as the Officer in Charge of the Firearms and Tactics Training Section of Training Division. It was in that assignment that he gained expertise in training, lesson plan development, use of force, firearms training, less lethal munitions, tactics and chemical agents. While at Training Division, he had the opportunity to develop tactics and control methods for use during the Democratic National Convention. In January 2001, he was promoted to the rank of Captain. Captain Webb is currently the commanding officer of the Use of Force Review Division.
 
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