Emada Tingirides

LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership Bureau

Head of LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership Bureau.

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The LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership (CSP) started in 2011 in high-crime areas to focus on building trust between police and residents.

Will changes to LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership build trust with residents?

The LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership (CSP) started in 2011 in high-crime areas to focus on building trust between police and residents.

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