A Los Angeles School Police Department officer was convicted Thursday of sexually assaulting a 21-year-old woman during a traffic stop.
What does LASPD stand for?
LASPD stands for Los Angeles School Police Department
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OSB is a service provided by volunteer members of the Anne Banning Auxiliary of Assistance League(R) of Southern California (ALSC) in cooperation with several large contributors such as The Mark Hughes Foundation, Mervyns and the Los Angeles School Police Department.
Efficiency is also the winning word for the Los Angeles School Police Department, which has 320 officers fielding up to 200 or more calls daily.
Months before the shooting, Rivera approached Los Angeles School Police Department Officer Rudy Perez on the Canoga Park High School campus because he wanted him to check out a serial number on a handgun he wanted to buy but wanted to make sure it wasn't stolen.
Saugus resident Lawrence Manion was appointed chief of the Los Angeles School Police Department, which protects L.
On Thursday, Officer Charles Collie of the Los Angeles School Police Department and his friends hope to raise up to $20,000 for the Kristina Ripatti Donation Trust Fund.
The tall, broad-shouldered 26-year-old officer with the Los Angeles School Police Department stood strong, aided only by a slender cane.
More than 100 disadvantaged Los Angeles Unified students got clothes, toys and school supplies Thursday, thanks to Operation School Bell and the Los Angeles School Police Department.