Los Angeles: The Los Angeles Police Department received a grant for the 18th consecutive years from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
Captain Kelly P. Mulldorfer, Commanding Officer of Detective Support and Vice Division who oversees ABC enforcement activities on a citywide level, said that the funds will be used to assist the LAPD in reducing the negative effects of alcohol-related crimes and to improve the quality of life in and around ABC licensed establishments within the City of Los Angeles. The Grant Assistance Program has been an essential part of vice enforcement for the City of Los Angeles for the past 18 years and has been directly responsible for closing over 100 problematic ABC licensed locations since the inception of Operation ABC.
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