(Los Angeles, California – April 29, 2015) The Fourth Annual Tommy E. Scott 5K Memorial Run took place today at 7:30 a.m. in front of the Airport Police Station. The 5K run was hosted by the Los Angeles Airport Police, Emergency Services Unit and held in honor of Airport Police Officer Tommy E. Scott, who was killed in the line of duty ten years ago today.
(Los Angeles, California – April 29, 2015) The Los Angeles Airport Police Motor and Commercial Enforcement Units in conjunction with the California Highway Patrol, the California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) and the LAX Airport Operations Ground Transportation Section hosted the annual Multi-agency Commercial Enforcement Task Force. This multi-agency law enforcement operation is conducted to enhance the safety of the general public who use commercial ground transportation to and from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
(Los Angeles, California – April 22, 2015)More than a hundred police, fire and federal first responders attended the 1st Annual Area Honor Guard Conference at the Rio Hondo Police Academy in Pico Rivera. Co-hosted by Los Angeles Airport Police and the Los Angeles Police Department, those who attended were treated to a rare and up-close, “Tribute to the Fallen”, demonstration by the United States Air Force Regional Honor Guard, from March Air Force Base.
(Los Angeles, California – April 17, 2015) the Los Angeles Airport Police welcomed three new officers today following the graduation ceremony of Academy class 11-14. Officers Daniel Alonzo, Officer Rogelio Medina and Yuri Nagata were sworn in following the ceremony at the Los Angeles Police Department Administration Building in Downtown Los Angeles.
(Los Angeles, California – March 31, 2015) Los Angeles Airport Police participated in the annual Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay beginning in Baker, California, and finishing in Las Vegas, Nevada, on March 28 and 29, 2015. The relay is a 120-mile, 20-stage foot race that attracts law enforcement officers from around the world. The annual event, begun in 1985 with 19 teams, was created to encourage police officers to improve their physical fitness. Now departments from across the country, as well as international teams from Canada, Wales and Australia participate.