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News Release
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
Media Relations
   
   
Multi-Agency Cruiser Task Force

What:
News Conference & Kick Off

When:
Friday, June 13, 2008
8:00 p.m.

Where:
Bank of America Parking Lot
7800 Sunset Boulevard
Hollywood, CA

Who:
LAPD Captain Clay Farrell, Hollywood Area Community Police Station
LAPD Captain Nancy D. Lauer, West Traffic Division
CHP Captain Bill Siegl, Baldwin Park Area
LASO Captain Buddy Goldman, West Hollywood Area

Why:
The Multi-Agency Cruiser Task Force is made up of personnel from the Los Angeles Police Department, California Highway Patrol, and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. It was formed in an effort to reduce traffic congestion and illegal activity often associated with "cruising" along Sunset and Hollywood Boulevards during the busy summer months.

Over 50 officers have been dedicated to this task force. The officers will be utilizing enforcement activities and high visibility to ensure a safe and orderly experience for all during this bustling time of year.

Last year the Task Force was very successful in their efforts. They wrote 3,450 citations, impounded 450 vehicles, made 55-felony arrests and 198-misdemeanor arrest, maintained order and prevented any major incidents from occurring.

For additional information, please contact Senior Lead Officer Ralph Sanchez, Hollywood Area Community Relations Office at 213-485-4316.



     
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