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S.O.L.I.D. Dedication of LAPD SLO (Senior Lead Officer) Trailer and Community Room

On Tuesday September 26th, S.O.L.I.D. (Supporters Of Law Enforcement In Devonshire) hosted a dedication ceremony to recognize the newly upgraded Senior Lead Officer trailer and community room at LAPD Devonshire station.

Neighborhood council members from around the CD12 district were invited to tour the facilities and participate in the dedication, as a thank you for supporting the upgrade projects with neighborhood purpose grant contributions.

LAPD Devonshire Division has the most volunteers out of all precincts, so they thank all of the councils that supported these upgrades, and feel confident it will make a difference in aiding their efforts.

To learn more about S.O.L.I.D. please visit: https://www.soliddevonshire.org/

L-R: NWNC Board Member Greg Wood, LAPD Captain Kathleen J. Burns, and NWNC President Jorge Antonio Jiménez holding a plaque recognizing all who contributed to the upgrades of the SLO trailer and community room.

Presidents from the surrounding Neighborhood Councils accompany S.O.L.I.D. President Dianne Kartiala, and Field Deputy Lorena Espinal in awarding Captain Kathleen J. Burns with a commemorative dedication plaque for the SLO Trailer and Community Room.

Captain Kathleen J. Burns applauds the efforts of everyone that helped contribute to the upgrades that will make a difference to Devonshire Division officers, and volunteer groups.

Lorena Espinal, CD12 Field Deputy for Councilman John Lee, shared congratulatory words of gratitude, on behalf of Councilman Lee’s office.


Captain Eppolito shares examples of work performed, and words of gratitude.

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