Captain Stacey Vince is a 27-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department. She spent the first years of her Department career as a Civilian employee before becoming a sworn police officer in 1998. Captain Vince was assigned to Hollenbeck Area in East Los Angeles as her first assignment. She was then assigned to Pacific Area as a Field Training Officer before becoming an undercover narcotics investigator for several years. Captain Vince promoted to the rank of Detective in 2006 and assigned to Southwest Area and Narcotics Division in the Asset Forfeiture Section.
Captain Vince promoted to the rank of Sergeant 2008 and assigned as a patrol and administrative supervisor in West Valley and Topanga Areas. She went on to become a Detective Supervisor at Real Time Analysis and Critical Response Division and Foothill Area. In 2015 she promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and assumed the role of the Officer in Charge of the Office of the Chief of Staff to LAPD Chief Charlie Beck. She went on to work for the Chief of Detectives at Detective Bureau and then as the Operations Officer in Charge at Police Training & Education, helping to create a training curriculum for the entire Department.
Captain Vince promoted to the rank of Captain in 2022 and proudly assumed the role of the Commanding Officer of North Hollywood Patrol Division.
Captain Vince is married to a fellow Police Officer, and they are the proud parents to four children, two of whom they adopted through the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services. One of Captain Vince’s children is exceptional, and that experience has led her to become an Autism and mental health advocate.
Captain Vince graduated Magna Cum Laude from California State University, San Bernardino with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice.