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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

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Chief Charlie Beck Honors USC President C.L. Max Nikias with the Distinguished Jack Webb Award NA14150SF

What:
Los Angeles Police Museum’s 21st Annual Jack Webb Awards

When:
Saturday, September 20, 2014
7:30 p.m. Dinner and Presentations

Where:
Omni Hotel
251 South Olive Street
Los Angeles, California 90012

Who:
Los Angeles Police Department Chief of Police Charlie Beck
University of Southern California President C.L. Max Nikias
Los Angeles Police Museum Executive Director Glynn Martin

Why:
During the Los Angeles Police Museum’s 21st Annual Jack Webb Awards, Chief Charlie Beck will present the distinguished Jack Webb Award to C. L. Max Nikias, President of the University of Southern California.  According to Chief Beck, “President Nikias has been an extraordinary partner and exceptional friend, not only to me, but to the men and women who proudly serve the City of Los Angeles.  He exemplifies the values and traditions of the Los Angeles Police Department and is deserving of the Jack Webb Award for his significant commitment to the LAPD and life-long support of the entire law enforcement community.”
                         
USC is proud to be home to one of the LAPD Cadet Program's cadet posts, staffed by 50 young men and women from our neighborhoods who volunteer at local schools and serve the community in many other meaningful ways.  This spring, four LAPD officers enrolled in the USC Price School's Executive Master of Leadership program to become the first recipients of the USC-LAPD Scholarship, which provides for half of their tuition.  Cooperative efforts such as this are what help define USC's role as a leading educational institution deeply invested in its community.

"USC is extremely proud of its longstanding, strong partnership with the Los Angeles Police Department. We share a staunch commitment to the safety and prosperity of our community, and I am truly honored to work with so many individuals at our university and in law enforcement who are dedicated to this important work." – Dr. C.L Max Nikias

Contact:
For more information about the Jack Webb awards or the Los Angeles Police Museum please contact Glynn Martin at (323) 344-9445, or www.info@lapolicemuseum.org.

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