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February 12, 2009


Olympic success comes at the expense of other Communities whose Officers were taken from there local Stations.

I wonder what the other stations Statistics look like since the opening of the new station?

Officers were taken from their local Stations because Divisions surrounding Olympic shrunk in size.
How can you keep the same number of coppers at Rampart if the area to be covered was reduced and made a part of Olympic? Let's keep it real...

I commend the new division for its outstanding compstat results, after only a month. It just proves that the area, which borders the new station, is so hot with crime. 77th, Southwest, Southeast are all fighting a war on crime. The more police in that area the better. Right On Por LAPD.

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