Stacy Spell

Commanding Officer, LAPD Media Relations Division

Commanding Officer, LAPD Media Relations Division

Stacy Spell on KCRW

Southern California has been relatively quiet during the COVID-19 pandemic, with the exception of a few recent high profile gatherings this week.

Parties are still happening during pandemic. What is LAPD’s role in enforcing public health rules?

Southern California has been relatively quiet during the COVID-19 pandemic, with the exception of a few recent high profile gatherings this week.

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