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News Release

Saturday, March 31, 2018

Media Relations

“A March for Peace” NA18059dm

WHAT: The Los Angeles Police Department's (LAPD) Operations-Central Bureau, Hollenbeck Community Police Station and Councilmember Gilbert Cedillo are partnering with Faith
Based Communities to promote peace in the community.

WHEN: Saturday, March 31, 2018
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WHERE: Lincoln Heights Senior Center
2323 Workman Street
Los Angeles, Ca 90031

WHO: Gilbert A. Cedillo, Councilmember, First District
LAPD Deputy Chief Robert Arcos, Commanding Officer, Operations-Central Bureau
LAPD Commander Howard Leslie, Assistant Commanding Officer, Operations-Central Bureau
LAPD Commander Dominic Choi, Assistant Commanding Officer, Operations Central Bureau
LAPD Captain III Al Labrada, Commanding Officer, Hollenbeck Area
LAPD Captain I Kathleen Burns, Patrol Commanding Officer, Hollenbeck Area
LAPD Hollenbeck Community Relations Officers
Department of Recreation and Parks
Faith Based Communities

DETAILS: The LAPD, Councilmember Gilbert Cedillo, the Department of Recreation and Parks and Faith Based Communities invite the public to stop by Lincoln High School and march for peace. The procession will meet at 2323 Workman Street at the Senior Center.

It is our goal to continue to engage the members of the community, develop partnerships and cooperation to showcase that the LAPD is a stakeholder in the Hollenbeck community.

CONTACT: If interested in attending, please contact Sergeant II Guillermo Galvan at 25093@lapd.online or (323) 342-4139.

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