Highlights

Eric Lee

Eric Lee

My name is Eric Lee, I am a sergeant with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, currently assigned to the Special Enforcement Bureau – Emergency Services Detail.  My law enforcement journey began in 1994 when I tested for LASD.  I come from a family of public...

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BPOA Firearms Training Day

BPOA Firearms Training Day

BPOA Firearms Training Day   In an effort to enhance our member’s firearm safety skills and increase their knowledge on how to properly use various firearms, BPOA board members provided a Firearms Training Day at the Angeles Shooting Range, in Lake View Terrace.A...

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2021 BPOA SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

2021 BPOA SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

2021 BPOA SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS BPOA is continuing our tradition of supporting future leaders with our Annual BPOA Scholarship Essay Contest.  The scholarships are in honor of the first African-American Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department female deputy (Doris...

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Chief April Tardy

Chief April Tardy

April L. Tardy, a twenty-seven year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, is now serving at the rank of Chief and assigned to Central Patrol Division. She is responsible for serving her communities in East Los Angeles, Compton, Century, South Los...

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BPOA Career Hightlights Sgt. Brian Hill

BPOA Career Hightlights Sgt. Brian Hill

In 1984, Brian Hill was the first Black peace officer hired by Downey Police Department. He was a member of LASD Academy Class #225. Some of his classmates were Sonia Carroll, Victor Clay, and the late James Beamon. When he was a trainee and working early morning...

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