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Pacific Area Boosters Association

"Dedicated to the Support of the Community and Crime Prevention Programs"

The Pacific Area Boosters is a growing organization of businesses, professionals and community people who support the Pacific Area Community Police Department. Incorporated in 1973 as a 501 © (3) non-profit organization, the Boosters elicit community involvement in the continual campaign against crime. This program is an integral part of the overall effort to reduce all forms of crime and drug abuse and to give individuals a means of organizing to maintain a high quality of life in their community.

The Boosters raise thousands of dollars each year to support youth programs, police officers and the Pacific Community Police Station. The Boosters support the following programs:

Deputy Auxiliary Police Services (DAPS) an outreach youth program for boys and girls between the ages of 9-13 that helps develop a positive relationship with police officers.

Law Enforcement Cadets Through this program, the police department develops leadership and discipline in young men and women between the ages of 14-21. These young men and women are interested in serving their community by assisting the police and in learning basic police skills and procedures.

Crime Prevention & Community Relations Activities

  • Youth Outreach Program
  • Educational Scholarship
  • Annual Open House
  • Annual Adopt-A-Family Program
  • Station Beautification
  • Christmas Toy Drive for Needy Children

Membership Dues

Individual $25 or Business $50

If you are interested in becoming a Booster member, contact Officer Kristan Delatori at 310-202-2890.

STATION INFO

About Pacific

Pacific Community Telephone Directory

Pacific Division Goals

Pacific Substations

West Traffic

Community-Police Advisory Boards (C-PAB) Meeting Schedule and City-Wide Minutes

FEATURED COMMUNITY MEMBER

Michael Moran, Reserve Officer of the Year
Michael Moran
Reserve Officer of the Year