President of PPOA. Serving the county since 1988, including custody, patrol court services, administration and technical services. Elected to the PPOA Board in 2011.
Serving the county since 1989. Assignments include Crescenta Valley Station, Altadena Station, Santa Clarita Station and more. Responsible for training and development for 911/Desk Operations. Serves on LASD Uniform and Equipment Committee. Elected to PPOA Board in 1998, currently Chairman of Unit 621 contract negotiating team.
Serving the county since 1998. Currently assigned to Pitchess Detention Center-South Facility. Served as a PPOA Delegate from 2014-2016. Elected to the Board of Directors in 2016.
Lieutenant Robert Maus is a 25-year county veteran who has served as a valued member of the Unit 612 contract negotiations team. Coordinates DA’s Office Honor Guard at memorials and events nationwide, including numerous fallen-officer fundraisers for PPOA’s Star & Shield Foundation.
Serving the county since 1989 with 15 years of experience in patrol, custody, court services special operations division and administrative positions. 25 years as a PPOA delegate with experience in salary negotiations and grievances.
31 years of county service.
Serving the county since 2004. Currently assigned to Forensic Biology Section with duties including crime scene investigations and DNA analysis. Joined PPOA Board of Directors in 2013.
24 years of county service.
Serving the county since 1988.
Serving the county since 2005. Currently assigned to Temple Station. Previous assignments in custody, patrol, countywide services, special operations, and executive divisions. Served as a PPOA Delegate from 2017-2019. Appointed to the PPOA Board of Directors in 2019.
Over 28-years of sworn experience in custody, patrol, and administration. Member of the most recent sergeant/lieutenant salary negotiations team. Law enforcement training and UOF expert. USC Doctor of Education. USMC combat veteran. LASD servant leader.