Inglewood Police Department

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Inglewood Police Department
Abbreviation Inglewood PD
Inglewood pd patch.jpg
Patch of the Inglewood Police Department
Agency overview
Formed February 14, 1908
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction* City of Inglewood in the state of California, United States
General nature
Operational structure
Headquarters One Manchester Blvd. Inglewood, California
Sworn members 186
Unsworn members 92
Agency executive Mark Fronterotta, Chief of Police
Website
http://www.inglewoodpd.org/
Footnotes
* Divisional agency: Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction.

The Inglewood Police Department is the police department serving Inglewood, California.

The Inglewood Police Department employs 186 sworn personnel and 92 civilian support personnel. The Department consists of multiple resources, such as specially trained canine teams, directed enforcement units, scientific services investigators, bike teams, community affairs, fiscal services and recruitment.

The City of Inglewood celebrated its Centennial Anniversary in 2008. The City and the Police Department were chartered on February 14, 1908. History has definitely played a significant role in the evolution of the department's badge designs, patrol vehicles and police motorcycles.

The Department is separated into four offices which include:

  • Office of the Chief of Police
  • Office of Administrative Services
  • Office of Criminal Investigations
  • Office of Patrol Services.[1]

The current Acting Chief of Police as of June 2012 is Mark Fronterotta [2] who replaced Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks, who is now the Police Chief for the Santa Monica Police Department.

The Inglewood Police Department is located at One Manchester Blvd. Inglewood, California.[3] which is located in the City's Civic Center at Manchester Boulevard and La Brea Avenue. Inglewood Police Officers attend the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Academy known as "STARS" Center.

Fallen officers[edit]

As of 2015, three officers have died while on duty since the establishment of the Inglewood Police Department. The deaths occurred in 1938, 1988, and 2003.[4]

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