Jerry Ellner

Jerry Ellner engaged in the practice of Criminal Law for over thirty-five years prior to retiring in 2003. During his law practice he found time to serve as an Examiner for both the Los Angeles Police and Civil Service Commissions. In 1979 he was presented with an honorary resolution by then Mayor Tom Bradley and all fifteen members of the Los Angeles City Council “for outstanding service to the people of Los Angeles.” In 1985, he was granted the honorary status of Commander by Chief Daryl Gates “In recognition of outstanding support of law enforcement and demonstrated commitment to keeping our fellow citizens from becoming victims of crime.” The award was presented for his service as a member of the Crime Prevention Advisory Council.