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Bryan Lium, Captain III

Bryan Lium

Captain III
Legal Affairs Division

email Captain III Bryan Lium was
born and raised in Seattle, Washington. He graduated from Central
Washington University in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law
and Justice, and began his career with the Los Angeles Police
Department in December 1995.

As a police officer, Captain Lium was assigned to Harbor, Wilshire,
and Pacific Divisions. In 1998, he was selected to be part of the
Community Law Enforcement and Recovery (CLEAR) task force as a gang
officer, and later as a gang investigator. He was promoted to
detective in 2001 and was assigned to Van Nuys Area. He was later
promoted to sergeant and was assigned to Devonshire Division as a
patrol supervisor. In 2003, he was selected to supervise the Los
Angeles Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime Task Force (LA

In 2006, Captain Lium had the opportunity to help start a new unit
within the Counter-Terrorism and Criminal Intelligence Bureau
(CTCIB). The Protective Security Task Force (PSTF) was designed to
protect critical infrastructure in the Los Angeles Region. In 2011,
he was promoted to lieutenant and assigned to North Hollywood Area
as a Watch Commander. He was later assigned to Internal Affairs as
the Officer-in-Charge of the Valley Section. In 2015, he was
promoted to captain and was assigned to Devonshire Area.

Captain Lium received his Master's Degree in Public Administration
from California State University, Northridge. He is also a graduate
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Police Academy in
Quantico, Virginia; the Los Angeles Police Department's West Point
Leadership Program; the University of Southern California's
Delinquency Control Institute; Texas A & M's Enhanced Emergency
Management Unified Command Course; and the Federal Bureau
Investigation's Executive Fellowship Program in Washington

Captain Lium is married and has three children.