Sharon Papa

Assistant Chief, Los Angeles Police Department

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Assistant Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, in charge of the building project for the new LAPD headquarters; one of the officers shortlisted for the position of new chief

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The  new headquarters  of the Los Angeles Police Department is flanked by the Caltrans building, City Hall and the LA Times.  At Saturday's dedication, outgoing Chief Bill Bratton said…

Will New Headquarters Mean More than a New Look for the LAPD?

The new headquarters of the Los Angeles Police Department is flanked by the Caltrans building, City Hall and the LA Times.  At Saturday's dedication, outgoing Chief Bill Bratton said…

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