Los Angeles Port Police

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A patrol boat used by the Los Angeles Port Police
Port of Los Angeles Police
Common name Los Angeles Port Police
Abbreviation LAPP
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Los Angeles Port Police patch
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Seal of the Los Angeles Port Police
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Badge of the Los Angeles Port Police
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Flag of the City of Los Angeles
Agency overview
Formed 1911
Employees 261
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction* City of Los Angeles in the state of California, United States
Primary governing body Board of Los Angeles Harbor Commissioners
Secondary governing body Los Angeles City Council
General nature
Specialist jurisdiction Water ways and bodies and-or coastal areas.
Operational structure
Agency executive Ronald Boyd
Official Site
* Divisional agency: Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction.

The Los Angeles Port Police (LAPP) is a specialized law enforcement agency at the Port of Los Angeles, under the control of the Los Angeles Harbor Department (WorldPort LA) and the City of Los Angeles.

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