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Notes from the March 22, 2016 Weekly Police Commission Meeting

Los Angeles Police Department Recruit Officer Graduation Ceremony for Class 10-15

10-15 graduating class

On Friday, March 18, 2016, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) graduated 28 officers. These officers have completed 920 hours of rigorous training over the course of 24 weeks.  The graduation ceremony took place at the LAPD Administration Building Plaza and was attended by more than 500 family and community members.

“Be the best that you can be,” said Chief Beck to the new officers.  “Become a better officer than I was.”  Chief Beck told the community members and attending audience he would protect and serve the new officers. For Chief Becks’ address to the graduating class, please click on the link below.


I would state to the class of the new officers:

This is the land of the free coming from real people with the understanding about the legal system within this home of/for the brave. In this city of Los Angeles you will come across people who will shut you down without a complete sense for your suffering while taking everything from you.

Welcome to United States of America along with the business you are representing in the strong working force today.

You the Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department should stand in front of them all without one word coming from your mouth until the new police employees walk off or fall out.

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