Fred H. Lau
Fred Lau (Chinese: 劉百安, born June 26, 1949) is a former chief of police for San Francisco from 1996–2002. He was the first Asian American to ever hold the position of police chief. He is the current TSA Federal Security Director of the San Francisco International Airport.
Lau entered the SF Police Academy in 1971 and joined the San Francisco Police Department following graduation. He also attended and graduated from City College of San Francisco and San Francisco State University.
- 李昆明 金山史上第一位亞裔警察 (in Chinese). 世界新聞網 (World Journal). August 21, 2011. Retrieved July 4, 2014.
- Fred Lau overcame height restrictions to fulfill dream of joining force, San Francisco Chronicle, January 10, 1996.
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