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Lillian L. Carranza, Captain I Lillian L. Carranza
Captain I
77th Street Division
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Captain Lillian L. Carranza was raised in New Orleans, Louisiana.  She is a twenty-three year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department.   She received her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Administration from Union Institute & University.  Lillian received her Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, Supervisory and Management certificates from the California Police Officer’s Standards and Training (POST).

She is a graduate of the Delinquency Control Institute (DCI), West Point Leadership Program and the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute (SLI).  She is also a graduate of the Institute of Criminal Investigation with specialties in homicide, sexual assault and child abuse investigations.  She has worked as a patrol sergeant and investigative supervisor.

Captain Carranza has worked all investigative tables, a number of specialized units such as Robbery Homicide-Homicide Specials Section, Abused Child Unit, Narcotics, Traffic, supervised Senior Lead Officers, Special Problems Unit, Records and the Crime Analysis Unit.  She was a member of the Department’s COMPSTAT Plus Inspection Team.  She has served as the press information officer and was one of the investigative members of a number of high profile cases such as the Ennis Cosby murder investigation and the North Hollywood Bank Shooting.  She has also worked Internal Affairs Division both as an investigator and an Assistant Advocate.

In 2006, she was selected to collaborate in bringing to fruition one of Chief Bratton’s visions, the Real-Time Analysis and Critical Response Division (RACR) making it the LAPD’s first fusion center and the Department’s first 24-7 Department Operations Center (DOC).

In 2006, she promoted to Lieutenant I and worked as a Wilshire Area Watch Commander.  In 2007, she promoted to Lieutenant II as the Wilshire Detective Commanding Officer.  She also served as a member of the Olympic Area Transition Team in charge of forming an entirely new investigative division.  In 2011, Lieutenant Carranza was selected as the Newton Area Detective Commanding Officer.

Summer of 2012, she was assigned as the Wilshire Patrol Commanding Officer and was promoted to the rank of Captain on October 15, 2012.  This promotion marks Captain Carranza’s fifth return to Wilshire Division. 

On September 8th, 2013, she was transferred to 77th Street Division where she is the Officer in Charge of Patrol.  She is excited to be working at 77th Street Patrol Division as they work together with the community to reduce crime and enhance the overall quality of life for those residing, working and visiting the Area.

Lillian’s tenacious approach to problem-solving and unfaltering resolve for perfection has made her a standout amongst standouts within the Los Angeles Police Department.  She has been the recipient of over one hundred fifty commendations and has been awarded the Meritorious Unit Citation.  She is a member of several professional and community based organizations including, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the Oscar Joel Bryant Association (OJB), the Latin American Law Enforcement Association (La Ley), the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), the Los Angeles Women Police Officer’s Association (LAWPOA) and the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA).
 
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