LAPD Command Staff

Curtis McIntyre

McIntyre, Curtis


Captain Curtis G. McIntyre was born in Los Angeles and raised in the Wilshire Division. After receiving his bachelor’s degree from Pepperdine University in Sociology, he joined the Los Angeles Police Department in 1996.

As a member of the Police Department, he worked as a patrol officer, a field training officer, a vice investigator, and as a gang officer. He was then promoted to sergeant where he worked as a field supervisor, officer in charge of a special problem unit, a complaint supervisor, an adjutant, and a conflict mediator for the Department. He was promoted to lieutenant and was a Watch Commander, the Assistant Commanding Officer of the Special Olympics World Games in 2015, and then became the Assistant Commanding Officer of the Community Outreach and Development Division prior to being selected as the Southwest patrol captain in 2021.

Captain McIntyre is married with two sons. He received his master’s degree from Cal State Long Beach in Emergency Services Administration, as well as receiving his Doctorate from the University of La Verne in Organizational Leadership.