WHAT: The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Hollenbeck Area will launch our much-anticipated Volunteer Community Patrol (VCP).
WHEN: Thursday September 27, 2018 5:00 p.m.
WHERE: Hollenbeck Community Police Station 2111 E. First Street Los Angeles, CA 90033
WHO: LAPD Deputy Chief Regina Scott, Commanding Officer, Operations Central Bureau LAPD Commander Ruby Flores, Assistant Commanding, Operations Central Bureau LAPD Commander John McMahon, Assistant Commanding Officer, Operations Central Bureau LAPD Captain III Al Labrada, Commanding Officer, Hollenbeck Area LAPD Captain I Kathleen Burns, Commanding Officer, Hollenbeck Area LAPD Hollenbeck Community Relations Office
DETAILS: The mission of the Hollenbeck Volunteer Community Patrol Program is to assist LAPD in reducing crime by providing high visible policing in high crime areas within the LAPD Hollenbeck Area. The frequency of patrols, locations, days, and times will vary based upon the needs of the LAPD. Participation by the VCP serves to increase LAPD patrol presence in community areas to improve the quality of life such as acting as a deterrent or reporting incidents in the community. Each of the Volunteers must pass a background screening process and complete training in the following areas prior to joining the program.
Vehicle operations Slow speed driving/backing Radio Procedures and Penal Codes Duties and Responsibilities If interested in attending please contact Sergeant II Guillermo Galvan at (323) 342-4139 or email: email@example.com.