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News Release
Tuesday, November 15, 2005
Media Relations
   
   
Service Pin Ceremony

What:
Service Pin Ceremony

When:
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
9:30 AM

Where:
Parker Center Auditorium
150 N. Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles

Who:
Police Chief William J. Bratton;
Department Command Staff

Why:
The Los Angeles Police Department will be honoring Department employees who have given 30 or more years of service. 

Of special note, Principle Clerk Police III, Marlene Greenfield will be receiving her 55-Year Service Pin.  Ms. Greenfield started her employment with the City of Los Angeles, Bureau Street Maintenance, as a Clerk Typist on May 1, 1950.  She transferred to The Los Angeles Police Department as an Intermediate Clerk Typist on December 17, 1951.  She is now working at Pacific Community Police Station as a Principal Clerk Police III.  Ms. Greenfield is currently the most senior non-sworn member of the Los Angeles Police Department and has remained a dedicated and loyal professional, earning the esteem and gratitude of the residents of the City of Los Angeles and the men and women of The Los Angles Police Department.



     
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