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McDonnell Embraces Results of Alleged Racial Profiling

As you probably know, the Los Angeles Times reported two weeks ago that it was statistically likely LASD deputies had racially profiled Hispanics driving on the Interstate 5 through Santa Clarita Station’s patrol area. The article is long and detailed and we recommend you read it.

Let’s be real: obviously Mexican nationals are moving dope, money and illegal immigrants along the I-5. But so are white people (which is why the cartels pay them more). And so are blacks. We’re all for proactive police work. What we’re not for is a huge percentage of people subject to pretext-based interdiction stops not actually being dirty. Nor are we good with a sheriff who claims the credit for the good news but pretends the bad news doesn’t exist.

Sheriff McDonnell, the Times reported today, refused requests to be interviewed about the report. Because he’s such a transparent, transformative…low-integrity hack of a “leader” that is driving almost every-single-deputy we know (many who were just hired!) to try to lateral out of the organization.

Instead, he posted to his Facebook page an article the Times ran last year about the increase in narcotic seizures along the I-5 that resulted from the same activity, in a pretty transparent attempt to paper over the Times’ new article detailing how the results were based on questionable cause. To be clear, he not only posted an old Times article to confuse people with the new one, but he praised the results of alleged tactics he also says he doesn’t tolerate. Because he’s a politician desperate for survival after four years of abject failure in virtually every regard.

The Office of the Inspector General said it would investigate (yawn). A few days later, the Times endorsed McDonnell–just as it did Lee Baca…every…single…time. The Daily News endorsed McDonnell, too, apparently without even interviewing Villanueva. The Establishment is really circling the wagons for ‘ole Fresh Eyes!

Today, the Times reported again on how Hispanics have felt profiled by deputies along the I-5 — including one who was stopped multiple times by the same deputy on the same day.

The Sheriff, undoubtedly, will cynically refuse to comment. Just as he refuses to debate. He’ll play his word games. The Vladimir Putin of LA County.

 

 

 

 

 

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Today In LASD Mismanagement and News

In our last post we promised we’d catch you up on the news you may have missed when we were on vacation. And true to our word, here is some of what’s been going on in the world of LASD.News:

  • TODAY is the sentencing for the Juan Manuel Martinez, the dirtbag who shot two Lakewood Station deputies in Bellflower in June 2016. Martinez–an armed felon–fled a DUI checkpoint, engaging in a gunfight with a deputy on a motorcycle and then with a group of responding deputies several minutes later. Two deputies received severe injuries that have significantly impacted their careers and the rest of their lives.  A deputy presence is expected at Norwalk Superior Court, Department H, around 8:30 this morning (though his exact spot on the docket is unknown).

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  • After Susan Leeds was brutally stabbed to death in a Rolling Hills mall parking garage, Sheriff McDonnell moved swiftly (just before the June primary) to make an arrest. Only, the DA refused to press charges citing insufficient evidence and five months later the case remains unsolved. As we and others reported at the time, sources close to the investigation said the arrest was rushed, with deputies pulled off workable cases in brown/black areas to make an arrest in a politically-connected white one. Now, the woman who was falsely arrested (pictured above) has announced she is filing a claim against the county and arguing that her arrest was the result of McDonnell playing politics. Read the full story here from the Los Angeles Times.
  • As this site reported in the spring, numerous Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff’s have committed suicide over the years–including several at department facilities. We also understand there have been deputies fired by Sheriff McDonnell who have committed suicide because of his capricious actions. We know for a fact that there are current and former deputies who are considering it. While Sheriff McDonnell may not care, the Board of Supervisors does recognize the problem–at least of suicides among people who haven’t yet been arbitrarily fired.
  • LA Weekly ran a long spread on reform candidate Alex Villanueva.
  • And speaking of the campaign, the ACLU is holding a sheriff debate this Saturday from 10 am-12 pm at 44226 10th Street West in Lancaster. Presumably the sheriff himself will chicken out from attending again, though, because he doesn’t like being disagreed with…42937185_1895013930807005_1365832555412062208_o
  • More details emerged about last weeks deputy-involved shooting in East LA — the second in East LA, and the third deputy to be shot, in a week. Here are additional details from the LA Times.
  • Another deputy-involved shooting occurred in Compton last week. A robbery suspect was shot; a deputy received a minor injury. Meanwhile, over at the dog-and-pony show
  • Lancaster Deputies Montanez, assisted by his partner (and videographer) Deputy Chapman, pushed a disabled woman’s wheelchair one mile home after its battery died. Check out the video.
  • Sheriff McDonnell wants people to lock their guns up.
  • A large group of immigration activists publicly endorsed Alex Villanueva for sheriff. It was covered prominently on ABC channel 7.
  • Despite the fact that the Reserve Task Force has existed for at least 10 years, and despite the utter decay of the reserve program under his “leadership”, Sheriff McDonnell somehow got the LA Times to write a fawning account of his “new” Reserve Impact Team. This program is basically a dog-and-pony show in which a few reserves are told to show up at some station and drive around for a few hours, allowing the station to say they’ve done something about a problem because they have more minutes to report that month. The program is neither new nor consequential. Must have been a slow news day.
  • Deputies from Santa Clarita Station arrested an alleged kidnapper–living in a creepy RV!
  • The Professional Peace Officers Association endorsed Sheriff McDonnell for re-election. This despite accusing McDonnell or those around  him of illegally leaking employee personnel information to the media for political gain. (Wonder if that investigation ever happened…)
  • Lakewood deputies saved a toddler’s life. Be sure to check out the video of the deps bringing the kiddo into the ER in their arms.
  • The Board of Supervisors moved closer to authorizing the Citizens Oversight Commission having subpoena power–which has been demanded after Sheriff McDonnell has dragged his feet in sharing information with it–describing it as an advisory body, and a bridge to the community, and an apparent oversight board in name-only. Here’s what the LA Times said about the matter over three years ago…
  • LA Opinion ran a long article about Alex Villanueva. Meanwhile, McDonnell launched a Spanish-language website (still with pictures from 2014). Unclear if it comes in a Boston accent…
  • The County agreed to pay over $14 million to settle a lawsuit stemming from a wrongful shooting in 2014. Deputies had gotten into a gunfight with the suspect (pictured on the left), who was a wanted gangster at a house in Pico Rivera. During the gunfight, Frank Al Mendoza, Sr (right) walked out of the house and was mistakenly shot in the head.“I was never really angry with the sheriff’s,” Mendoza’s son told the LA Times. “I’m disappointed in their tactics, but not really angry. I could understand they are here to serve, and they’re here to protect; it’s just that day it didn’t go their way.”la-1535423570-h5ctry91aj-snap-image.jpeg
  • Now for some good news, there’s a new program to more quickly locate dementia patients who wander out of their assisted living facilities. It will involve RFID-enabled bracelets trackable by deputies in the field. As any deputy knows, this is a very frequent and highly time- and resource-consuming process, often tying up much of a patrol shift and involving helicopters. This cannot get deployed soon enough!
  • In Brady List-related news, St. Louis’s Circuit Attorney delivered to local police a list of 28 police officers it believes are untrustworthy and for whose arrests it will no longer prosecute.
  • Five more women have filed lawsuits against the County alleging that Deputy Giancarlo Scotti sexually assaulted them while they were in custody.
  • And finally, as you may know, West Hollywood Station Deputy Garrett Rifkin was involved in an off-duty motorcycle accident in August, resulting in his anguished decision to have his leg amputated. He is eager to get back to work. You can donate to help with his recovery here.

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Two Deputy Involved Shootings Happened Friday (SLA & CPT)

Deputies at South Los Angeles and Compton Stations were each involved in shootings on Friday after separate short vehicle pursuits.

The first shooting occurred in Lennox where deputies stopped a vehicle around 1 a.m. Upon approaching the vehicle, its driver put the car into reverse and rammed the deputies with the car, injuring one deputy. The deputies gave chase and the suspect crashed. The suspect was armed with a handgun and a deputy-involved shooting occurred. The suspect was hit several times and transported to the hospital. Here’s more on the story from channel 5.

The Compton shooting occurred around 11:20 p.m. after deputies pursued a suspected drunk driver. The vehicle crashed, the occupants fled, and a shooting occurred. It doesn’t seem anybody was hit. Channel 5 also has more on this story.

 

Deputy Pleads Guilty To Drug Trafficking

Deputy Kenneth Collins, who was arrested earlier this year, pled guilty Monday to a charge of drug trafficking after being caught by the FBI offering to use his LASD badge to escort narcotics across state lines. The Los Angeles Times has the story.

He is scheduled to be sentenced in November.

Ironically, Collins met one of his co-conspirators, Grant Valencia, while Collins was an instructor in the “Emerging Leaders Academy”–a program to help criminals turn their lives around. Valencia was his student.

“Law enforcement officers are sworn to uphold the law, which is why we hold them to a higher standard of conduct… Deputy Collins didn’t just break the law, he trampled his oath by agreeing to sell his badge to assist drug traffickers,” U.S. attorney Nick Hanna said in a statement.

Collins grew up in South Central Los Angeles, served in the U.S. military, then joined the Sheriff’s Department and was assigned to Lennox Station, though LNX deputies told LASD.News they could hardly remember him and shake their heads at his actions. Collins was most recently assigned to Countywide Services Bureau, before he left the department shortly after his January arrest.

 

Jailer Savagely Beaten By Inmate at Lakewood Station; Shot by Heroic Deputies

Update @ 08-11-18 / 0015 Hrs: Radio traffic from this incident can be found here: first clip (begins at 28 min in); incident continues in this second clip. We’re left with two thoughts: first, this sounds like an absolute Donnybrook in the station jail. Second, check out these deputies (and one in particular) taking control of the situation and handling it. THIS is the difference between LASD and LAPD. Not to pick a fight, but while LAPD is all about rank and process and systems of accountability (blah, blah, blah), LASD is about ability, taking charge and getting the job done. And that is why you hear a deputy sheriff running the response here, not various levels of sergeant, lieutenant, captain, commander, chief and assistant sheriff stepping all over themselves over who is in command. Despite everything corrupt and broken and wrong with the leadership of today’s LASD, this radio traffic gives us confidence the beating heart of the real LASD is still alive (for now). The deputy sheriff, handling business.

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A Custody Assistant at Lakewood Sheriff Station was savagely beaten by an arrestee today as the jailer was attempting to fingerprint him. 

Facts Below, But First Some Context:
While we don’t yet know enough about what happened and don’t want to jump to conclusions, it’s important to state that jail personnel and deputies are being assaulted by inmates far more often now than they were in the past. This kind of thing simply did not happen 3-4 years ago. This is because of the potentially career-ending discipline Sheriff McDonnell and his civilian/lawyer Constitutional Policing Adviser”, Diana Teran, are handing out after personnel get into uses of force. Criminals know this and it emboldens them. This is especially true given McDonnell’s campaigning for re-election on reducing use of force in the jails, however unsafe they have become for his personnel. While the jails may be safer for criminals, they are more dangerous for those wearing a badge. In fact, we understand Ms. Teran is at Lakewood Station right now–news that should come as a snake’s rattle to Lakewood personnel…

Here is what we understand to have happened from our sources and a press conference held by Homicide Lieutenant Corina:

  • The suspect had been arrested around 1300 hours for possession of a stolen car (10851 CVC).
  • After booking was completed, he was of course removed from his cell to be fingerprinted by the Custody Assistant (jailer).
  • The jailer’s partner had just left the jail to deal with some paperwork and was elsewhere in the station, so the jailer was alone. This is very common.
  • While he was being fingerprinted, the suspect (who we understand to be Pacific Islander, possibly Samoan), suddenly, without provocation and savagely beat the female jailer.
  • The jailer was able to hit a panic button, setting off an alarm. Lakewood Station dispatch personnel saw what was happening on CCTV and sent deputies to help.
  • The suspect stole the jailer’s Taser and dragged her into a cell by her hair, locking it behind him. Legally this was a kidnapping. He then essentially held her hostage in the cell.
  • Once deputies arrived, the suspect points the Taser at them through the jail screen, as well as reportedly at the jailer being held hostage. The jailer had been beat to a pulp and could have been killed, so deadly force was clearly authorized.
  • One or more deputies then shot the suspect. We understand the shooting was directed by the watch commander, though the deputies had cause to shoot without that (at least under current California law…). The suspect was hit several times but still did not immediately give up until he was subsequently Tased.
  • The suspect is in critical condition as of this article.
  • The jailer was savagely beat, with a broken orbital and nose, but should survive.

We will not release the name of the jailer or other involved personnel.

This article will be updated as we learn more information (which does not compromise the investigation).

County Drags Feet on Body Cams–But Here’s What’s Gonna Happen

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was one of the first agencies in America to try out body cameras–and will be one of the last to adopt them. And not for good reasons.

Now, the Board of Supervisors is set to vote Tuesday on–by our count–the fourth study (possibly the fifth?) on how LASD should implement in a cam program. This is pretty dysfunctional stuff, even by the County’s standards.

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Agencies began snatching up the cameras four years ago in a mad dash to avoid being the next Ferguson. Many brands tried to capitalize on the gold rush: Vievu, Safariland, Wolfcom and, of course, Taser–which has since rebranded as Axon, bought Vievu, and seen its stock price soar from $8 or so pre-Ferguson to nearly $70 today.

The cameras, which were initially demanded by African American activists, liberal groups and the media and viewed warily by officers have now become popular with officers and deputies, with many buying their own. Meanwhile, the Movement for Black Lives (a policy-recommending group affiliated with Black Lives Matter) has called for the elimination of body cams, as part of what it views as a war on black people.

The great activist, liberal and media hope was that body cams would reveal all kinds of police misconduct and send officers to jail. Of course, they’ve mostly just vindicated officers falsely accused of misconduct, shown officers putting their lives on the line to save strangers, and revealing how little time officers have to make impossibly hard decisions.

While many agencies nationwide hopped aboard the body cam bandwagon, Sheriff Jim McDonnell waited–and wisely, we think. There were still many different brands, the technology was rapidly evolving, and there were real unknowns about performance, policies, and long-term costs. Given LASD’s size, it was smart to make a deliberate choice–and, since the cams were a political demand, understandable he dragged his feet to get the Board of Supervisors to pay for them.

But that was almost four years ago.

Of course, McDonnell also wanted to use the body cams as a Trojan Horse for hiring nearly 240 new administrative people (plus another 60 at the DA and Public Defender’s offices). That’s two entire patrol stations…just in admin. Will body cams require people to process public record requests? Pull videos, blur faces, legal stuff and subpoenas? Sure. But 240? Ridiculous.

While the sheriff and Board of Supervisors have been playing hot-potato on the cameras for years, many deputies have gone out and bought their own cams, despite uncertainty re how the Department will view their recordings or whether opportunistic/low-integrity managers will punish them for infractions on the recordings the Department never would have known about without high-integrity deputies recording themselves. What a sorry state of affairs…

Now, LASD and the Board of Supervisors is calling for YET ANOTHER study (at taxpayer expense) on how to implement body cams. This after the department’s own 2014 test, a report issued by the Office of the Inspector General in 2015, a report issued by the Citizens Oversight Committee just last month, and the experience of many large agencies nationwide…

As Celeste Fremon writes on her Southern California criminal justice blog Witness LA today, yet another study isn’t needed. Her article is great and you should check it out.

How’s all this gonna end?

  1. Someone’s gonna go to Taser (Axon) and buy like 4,000-5,000 body cams.
  2. The cams will get delivered, sit in a warehouse for a while, and it’ll take months (maybe years) to for people to get off their asses and issue them, set up the necessary docks and chargers and wifi hotspots, etc, etc, etc. (Of course, it could all get done in like a week, but that ain’t the County Way–not when making it all happen can justify entire jobs and enough overtime for a thousand trips to the river!)
  3. The department will implement policies, and require people to attend training, on how to use the cams, and acknowledge how they’ll be punished if they forget to turn them on under stress, etc.
  4. The cams will record tons of HD-quality data, which Axon will store in Amazon Web Solutions’ cloud, and the county will pay tens of millions of dollars per year for it. Many recordings (such as with uses of force) will be kept forever.
  5. From an evidentiary and PR perspective, sometimes the cameras will be helpful, sometimes they won’t.

That’s what’s going to happen. So we might as well get on with it.

What we’re really looking forward to is the sheriff and brass having to wear the cams, in all their closed-door meetings, where they talk about things deputies and the public didn’t until now have the ability to know. You know, for transparency, right?

 

 

Congratulations to LASD’s Newest (and Transferred) Sergeants!

Congratulations to LASD’s recently-promoted sergeants, as well as those transferred to greener pastures (or away from drama, contact with the public, or because they couldn’t get there before).

THE FOLLOWING SERGEANT PROMOTIONS AND TRANSFERS WILL BE EFFECTIVE JULY 29, 2018.

PROMOTIONS:

AIKIN, MARIA, #300275, CENTURY STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION, WILL
PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO CENTURY REGIONAL DETENTION
FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

ALVARADO, FRANK, #439109, OPERATION SAFE STREETS BUREAU, DETECTIVE
DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO EAST LOS
ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

ALVAREZ, RICHARD F., #437709, EAST LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL
PATROL DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
CENTURY STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

ARCOS, JOANNE M., #464453, INDUSTRY STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO EAST LOS ANGELES
STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

BARRAZA, MANUEL, #515383, WEST HOLLYWOOD STATION, NORTH PATROL
DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO SOUTH LOS
ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

BERG, GREGORY L., #470638, LAKEWOOD STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO CARSON STATION, SOUTH
PATROL DIVISION.

BERNAS, JOSEPH M., #453064, PICO RIVERA STATION, SOUTH PATROL
DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO EAST LOS
ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

BOTTS, LAURENCE T., #460174, COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS BUREAU,
COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND
TRANSFER TO PICO RIVERA STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION.

CECERE, ANDREA D., #507861, TRANSIT SERVICES BUREAU, SPECIAL
OPERATIONS DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

CHRISTY, BRIAN F., #416090, RISK MANAGEMENT BUREAU, PROFESSIONAL
STANDARDS AND TRAINING DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND
TRANSFER TO TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, SPECIALIZED
PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

CWIERZ, BYRON R., #506153, INTERNAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS BUREAU,
PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS AND TRAINING DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO
SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO SOUTH LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL
PATROL DIVISON.

DELIA, ANTHONY J., #457335, OPERATION SAFE STREETS BUREAU, DETECTIVE
DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO LANCASTER
STATION, NORTH PATROL DIVISION.

DENNEY, JOHN H., #520446, DATA SYSTEMS BUREAU, TECHNOLOGY AND
SUPPORT DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
NORWALK STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION.

DOBINE, STACIE M., #483805, ADMINISTRATION, NORTH PATROL DIVISION, WILL
PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO CENTURY REGIONAL DETENTION
FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

ESQUEDA, ALFONSO, #460166, LAKEWOOD STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO COURT SERVICES EAST
BUREAU, COURT SERVICES DIVISION.

ESTRELLA, DANIEL S., #437734, INDUSTRY STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO TWIN TOWERS
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES
DIVISION.

FERGUSON, MATTHEW A., #516523, MARINA DEL REY STATION, CENTRAL
PATROL DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
LAKEWOOD STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION.

FLEMING, TERRANCE, #507779, TRANSIT SERVICES BUREAU, SPECIAL
OPERATIONS DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
CENTURY STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

GARCIA, RAMON L., #475068, INMATE RECEPTION CENTER, GENERAL
POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT
AND TRANSFER TO MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

GOREE, JOSEPH B., #279517, PITCHESS NORTH FACILITY, GENERAL
POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT
AND TRANSFER TO INMATE RECEPTION CENTER, GENERAL POPULATION,
CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

GREENE, KEITH R., #464259, SANTA CLARITA VALLEY STATION, NORTH PATROL
DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO LANCASTER
STATION, NORTH PATROL DIVISION.

HALEY, STERLING G., #509844, CUSTODY INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES, GENERAL
POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT
AND TRANSFER TO MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

HERNANDEZ, DAVID A., #461062, INDUSTRY STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO MENS CENTRAL JAIL,
GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

JOHNSON, DESIREE A., #445631, CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY
SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND
TRANSFER TO CENTURY REGIONAL DETENTION FACILITY, SPECIALIZED
PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

JONES, DEXTER W., #281480, COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE
SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO TWIN
TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

JURADO, GILBERT J., #412075, SPECIAL ENFORCEMENT BUREAU, SPECIAL
OPERATIONS DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
TRANSIT SERVICES BUREAU, SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION.

KNEUBUHLER, ANDRE E., #413784, COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS BUREAU,
COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND
TRANSFER TO INDUSTRY STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION.

LANDAVAZO, CHRISTOPHER T., #531000, CENTURY REGIONAL DETENTION
FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL
PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL
POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

LENNIG, MICHAEL J., #455208, COMPTON STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO EAST LOS ANGELES
STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

MACPHERSON, TROY M., #431970, DATA SYSTEMS BUREAU, TECHNOLOGY
AND SUPPORT DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

MARCHELLO, RONALD L., #406883, NARCOTICS BUREAU, DETECTIVE DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO MENS CENTRAL JAIL,
GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

MINASSIAN, VARAND V., #460242, WEST HOLLYWOOD STATION, NORTH
PATROL DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO TWIN
TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

MOLINA, ROCIO E., #468188, COURT SERVICES TRANSPORTATION BUREAU,
COURT SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
SOUTH LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

MORENO, RUSSELL R., #434633, COURT SERVICES CENTRAL BUREAU, COURT
SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO COURT
SERVICES EAST BUREAU, COURT SERVICES DIVISION.

NAFISSI, AFSOON, #515186, ADMINISTRATION, SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO TWIN TOWERS
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES
DIVISION.

NAKAMURA, TIMMY J., #452998, INDUSTRY STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO COUNTY SERVICES
BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION.

OGUNJUMO, OLUWASANMI O., #506662, COUNTY SERVICES BUREAU,
COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND
TRANSFER TO ALTADENA STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION.

PINEDO JR., LUIS H., #472745, PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BUREAU,
EXECUTIVE DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

PRIVETERA, CLIFFORD S., #434089, CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY
SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND
TRANSFER TO MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

RODRIGUEZ, JASON O., #532460, SAN DIMAS STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO SOUTH LOS ANGELES
STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

RODRIGUEZ, SARA E., #522140, SHERIFFS INFORMATION BUREAU, EXECUTIVE
DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO EAST LOS
ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

SALAZAR, EDUARDO, #482186, TRANSIT SERVICES BUREAU, SPECIAL
OPERATIONS DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

SANCHEZ, CARLOS L., #503650, TRAINING BUREAU, PROFESSIONAL
STANDARDS AND TRAINING DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND
TRANSFER TO PICO RIVERA STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION.

SANCHEZ, EDWARDO, #506210, EAST LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL
PATROL DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO
LAKEWOOD STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION.

SAUCEDO, CLAUDIA, #510710, PICO RIVERA STATION, SOUTH PATROL
DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO EAST LOS
ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

SCHRIEVER, LEE M., #484625, LANCASTER STATION, NORTH PATROL DIVISION,
WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND REMAIN.

SCOTT, CHRISTIAN T., #451382, LANCASTER STATION, NORTH PATROL
DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO PALMDALE
STATION, NORTH PATROL DIVISION.

SHACKELFORD, MATTHEW D., #455393, TRAINING BUREAU, PROFESSIONAL
STANDARDS AND TRAINING DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND
TRANSFER TO INDUSTRY STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION.

STOSIC, JEFFREY M., #238084, COURT SERVICES WEST BUREAU, COURT
SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO TWIN
TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

THARPE, JOSEPH M., #473597, NORTH COUNTY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY,
GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO
SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

TORRES, TINA M., #252340, CENTURY REGIONAL DETENTION FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO
SERGEANT AND REMAIN.

VASQUEZ, LEONARDO, #489823, SOUTH LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL
PATROL DIVISON, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO COUNTY
SERVICES BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION.

VAVAKIN, NIKOLAI, #533808, OPERATION SAFE STREETS BUREAU, DETECTIVE
DIVISION, WILL PROMOTE TO SERGEANT AND TRANSFER TO COMPTON
STATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

TRANSFERS:

ADAMS JR., CARL E., #484620, MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION,
CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO CUSTODY TRAINING
BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND.

ALLEN, MARK E., #517771, CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL TRANSFER TO CENTURY REGIONAL
DETENTION FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES
DIVISION.

ALMONTE, MARK A., #410844, CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY
SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL TRANSFER TO CENTURY
REGIONAL DETENTION FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

ANDERSON, THOMAS M., #460252, EMERGENCY OPERATIONS BUREAU,
SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO WALNUT STATION, EAST
PATROL DIVISION.

ANDREWS III, JAMES C., #420200, TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO
MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

BARRAZA, MIKE A., #527686, SOUTH LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL
DIVISON, WILL TRANSFER TO COURT SERVICES TRANSPORTATION BUREAU
COURT SERVICES DIVISION.

BARTLETT, PAUL R., #459568, LANCASTER STATION, NORTH PATROL DIVISION,
WILL TRANSFER TO ADMINISTRATION, NORTH PATROL DIVISION.

BECERRA, ANGELA, #428352, WALNUT STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION, WILL
TRANSFER TO INDUSTRY STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION.

BERGO, CHRISTOPHER K., #442295, LANCASTER STATION, NORTH PATROL
DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO INTERNAL AFFAIRS BUREAU, PROFESSIONAL
STANDARDS AND TRAINING DIVISION.

BLANCHFIELD-GADUT, PATRICK V., #462013, ALTADENA STATION, EAST
PATROL DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO SAN DIMAS STATION, EAST PATROL
DIVISION.

BRADLEY, ANDREA M., #400730 NARCOTICS BUREAU, DETECTIVE DIVISION,
WILL TRANSFER TO ADMINISTRATION, DETECTIVE DIVISION.

BRYANT, THOMAS W., #516507, TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO
CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND.

CARDELLA, PAUL, #432010, EAST LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL
DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO HOMICIDE BUREAU, DETECTIVE DIVISION.

CASTILLO, ROMAN L., #288261, COUNTY SERVICES BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE
SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUREAU,
COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION.

CHADWICK, GEOFFREY N., #449700, CONTRACT LAW ENFORCEMENT BUREAU,
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO ADMINISTRATION,
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION.

CONGER, THOMAS L., #471334, COURT SERVICES EAST BUREAU, COURT
SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO COMMUNICATIONS AND FLEET
MANAGEMENT BUREAU, TECHNOLOGY AND SUPPORT DIVISION.

CORTEZ, RODOLFO G., #241277, ADMINISTRATION, TECHNOLOGY AND
SUPPORT DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO AUDIT AND ACCOUNTABILITY
BUREAU, EXECUTIVE DIVISION.

COTTER, WILLIAM E., #218494, HOMICIDE BUREAU, DETECTIVE DIVISION, WILL
TRANSFER TO SPECIAL ENFORCEMENT BUREAU, SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION.

COTTO, DEBORAH A., #274622, CENTURY REGIONAL DETENTION FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO
FISCAL ADMINISTRATION, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION.

COVARRUBIAS, JOE A., #471245, MALIBU / LOST HILLS STATION, NORTH
PATROL DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO BUREAU OF LABOR RELATIONS AND
COMPLIANCE, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION.

DAVIS-LINTON, KRYSTAL R., #516331, SOUTH LOS ANGELES STATION,
CENTRAL PATROL DIVISON, WILL TRANSFER TO COURT SERVICES CENTRAL
BUREAU, COURT SERVICES DIVISION.

DE BELLA, MARY, #489616, CENTURY REGIONAL DETENTION FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO
ACCESS TO CARE BUREAU, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

DUONG, TOAN V., #464471, TEMPLE STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION, WILL
TRANSFER TO ADMINISTRATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION.

EMCH, ANDREW W., #471253, CUSTODY COMPLIANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY
BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL TRANSFER
TO CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND.

GARCIA, JOSE J., #280681, CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL TRANSFER TO TRAINING BUREAU,
PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS AND TRAINING DIVISION.

HANAMAIKAI, NIKKI K., #432952, TRANSIT SERVICES BUREAU, SPECIAL
OPERATIONS DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO EAST LOS ANGELES STATION,
CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

HANSON, BRETT A., #428366, CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY
SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL TRANSFER TO PITCHESS NORTH
FACILITY, GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

HAYES, LEONARD R., #448612, TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO
CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND.

HICKS, KELLEE C., #465712, TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO
CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND.

KEHOE, BRIAN A., #411360, COUNTY SERVICES BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE
SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION
BUREAU, EXECUTIVE DIVISION.

KENNEDY, WILLIAM C., #402212, INMATE RECEPTION CENTER, GENERAL
POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO NORTH
COUNTY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

KHOUNTHAVONG, JOHN, #475354, ACCESS TO CARE BUREAU, SPECIALIZED
PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO TWIN
TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY
SERVICES DIVISION.

KITCHIN II, WILLIAM J., #476845, INDUSTRY STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION,
WILL TRANSFER TO COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE
SERVICES DIVISION.

LA PIANA, FRANK E., #431980, CUSTODY SUPPORT SERVICES BUREAU,
CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL TRANSFER TO INMATE
SERVICES BUREAU, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

LIO, ALFRED ROMY, #506207, COUNTY SERVICES BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE
SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO CERRITOS STATION, SOUTH PATROL
DIVISION.

LOERA, RUBEN, #473010, PALMDALE STATION, NORTH PATROL DIVISION, WILL
TRANSFER TO TEMPLE STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION.

LOPEZ, BERNIE R., #443088, EAST LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL
DIVISON, WILL TRANSFER TO SANTA CLARITA VALLEY STATION, NORTH
PATROL DIVISION.

MACIEL, NORMA, #447075, EDUCATION BASED INCARCERATION / INMATE
SERVICES BUREAU, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION,
WILL TRANSFER TO CENTURY REGIONAL DETENTION FACILITY, SPECIALIZED
PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

MARCHENA, JORGE A., #448828, INTERNAL AFFAIRS BUREAU, PROFESSIONAL
STANDARDS AND TRAINING DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO ADMINISTRATION,
COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION.

MARTINEZ, DANIEL R., #468855, COMPTON STATION, CENTRAL PATROL
DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO ADMINISTRATION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION.

MARTINEZ, ERICK F., #514241, PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BUREAU,
EXECUTIVE DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO CONTRACT LAW ENFORCEMENT
BUREAU, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION.

MCKELVY, ERMINA L., #413287, CENTURY REGIONAL DETENTION FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO
EDUCATION BASED INCARCERATION / INMATE SERVICES BUREAU,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

MILEY, DWIGHT E., #294003, CUSTODY TRAINING BUREAU, CUSTODY
SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL TRANSFER TO COMMUNITY
COLLEGE BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION.

MORNING, COREY L., #430178, COURT SERVICES CENTRAL BUREAU, COURT
SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO COURT SERVICES EAST BUREAU,
COURT SERVICES DIVISION.

NEILL, DAVID V., #428671, MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION,
CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO INMATE SERVICES
BUREAU, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

NORTH, EPP T., #449444, LAKEWOOD STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION, WILL
TRANSFER TO COUNTY SERVICES BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION.

NORTH, JAMES J., #430315, SOUTH LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL
DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO AUDIT AND ACCOUNTABILITY BUREAU,
EXECUTIVE DIVISION.

PALACIOS, VICTOR M., #415651, MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION,
CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO CUSTODY COMPLIANCE
AND SUSTAINABILITY BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND.

RAMIREZ, BERTHA, #505181, MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION,
CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO CUSTODY COMPLIANCE
AND SUSTAINABILITY BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND.

RAMIREZ, MICHAEL, #437728, OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF, EXECUTIVE DIVISION,
WILL TRANSFER TO LAKEWOOD STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION.

REED, TINA L., #475134, CUSTODY COMPLIANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY BUREAU,
CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL TRANSFER TO
PITCHESS NORTH FACILITY, GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

RIOS, JOSE R., #456357, EAST LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL PATROL
DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO COMMUNICATIONS AND FLEET MANAGEMENT
BUREAU, TECHNOLOGY AND SUPPORT DIVISION.

SAENZ, HENRY R., #475302, INDUSTRY STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION, WILL
TRANSFER TO SAN DIMAS STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION.

SALGADO, JOSE, #442445, LAKEWOOD STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION,
WILL TRANSFER TO PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BUREAU, EXECUTIVE DIVISION.

SALLES, MARK J., #420192, CERRITOS STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION, WILL
TRANSFER TO LAKEWOOD STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION.

SARABIA MEDINA, IVAN D., #525113, TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO
MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

SAUCEDO, JESUS, #439035, CUSTODY COMPLIANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY
BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND, WILL TRANSFER
TO ADMINISTRATION, SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION.

SERRANO JR., LOUIS, #465560, SAN DIMAS STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION,
WILL TRANSFER TO PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BUREAU, EXECUTIVE DIVISION.

SHROUT, STEPHANIE M., #484677, INTERNAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS
BUREAU, PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS AND TRAINING DIVISION, WILL
TRANSFER TO HOMICIDE BUREAU, DETECTIVE DIVISION.

SMITH, RONALD J., #403825, TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO
CUSTODY SUPPORT SERVICES BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION COMMAND.

SMITH, TERRENCE T., #266432, SAN DIMAS STATION, EAST PATROL DIVISION,
WILL TRANSFER TO DATA SYSTEMS BUREAU, TECHNOLOGY AND SUPPORT DIVISION.

SNEED, JONATHAN M., #524073, TWIN TOWERS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY,
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO
CUSTODY COMPLIANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION COMMAND.

STANGELAND, DENNIS S., #402017, COUNTY SERVICES BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE
SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO EMERGENCY OPERATIONS BUREAU,
SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION.

STONE, MARK H., #247992, COUNTY SERVICES BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE
SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO FISCAL ADMINISTRATION,
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION.

SUAREZ, GEORGE A., #444383, TRAINING BUREAU, PROFESSIONAL
STANDARDS AND TRAINING DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO COMMUNITY
PARTNERSHIPS BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION.

TAYLOR, MAT A., #464457, LAKEWOOD STATION, SOUTH PATROL DIVISION,
WILL TRANSFER TO COUNTY SERVICES BUREAU, COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION.

THORN, NICHOLAS A., #457287, EAST LOS ANGELES STATION, CENTRAL
PATROL DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO COUNTY SERVICES BUREAU,
COUNTYWIDE SERVICES DIVISION.

TOYOS, ALEXANDER, #512480, MENS CENTRAL JAIL, GENERAL POPULATION,
CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO CUSTODY TRAINING
BUREAU, CUSTODY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION COMMAND.

TROJANOWSKI, JOHN M., #517169, BUREAU OF LABOR RELATIONS AND
COMPLIANCE, EXECUTIVE DIVISION, WILL TRANSFER TO ADMINISTRATION,
SPECIAL OPERATIONS