Honoring George Stanley for his day of service.
November 15, 2022
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Event Time)
10:30 a.m. (Media Availability with Event Participants)
Northeast Community Police Station
3353 N. San Fernando Rd
Los Angeles, CA. 90065
LAPD Commander German Hurtado, Operation Central Bureau
LAPD Captain Chris Waters, Northeast Area Commanding Officer
LAPD Captain Gary Walters, Northeast Patrol Commanding Officer
LAPD Sergeant Cesar Rivas, Northeast Division
LAPD Northeast Senior Lead Officers (SLO’s)
Valley Village, Angie Sanchez, Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP)
The Los Angeles Police Department will be honoring George Stanley as an honorary police officer for the day. George was born with developmental delays and has a moderate intellectual disability. George’s interest in community service and law enforcement started early in his childhood.
As a child, George’s favorite television shows involved First Responders who helped serve the community. “Adam 12”, “Emergency,” and “Chips” were George’s absolute favorites. Characters like Officer Pete Malloy, Officer Reed, Paramedics “Johnny and Roy,” and Highway Patrolmen “Ponch and Jon” were not just fictional television characters to George….they were true life heroes and his role models.
The event will not only bring the community together to further strengthen the relationship with law enforcement but also fulfill a lifelong dream in becoming a hero like the characters he grew up watching.
Officer Antonio Vargas, LAPD Northeast Senior Lead Officer (213) 793-0761-4144 or email@example.com.