February 26, 2022
(Venice, CA) – Traci Park for City Council proudly announces the endorsement of the Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL), which represents over 9,000 sworn police officers of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
“Increasing crime across our City, especially on the Westside of Los Angeles, was a core reason that I entered this race. I am honored to have the support of LAPPL, the elected representatives of the frontline men and women police officers who tirelessly work to protect our neighborhoods, businesses, and families. I look forward to working with them to restore public safety across our communities,” said Park.
“Traci Park is law enforcement’s choice for City Council District 11.”
– Lt. Craig Lally, President of the LAPPL
“Traci Park is law enforcement’s choice for City Council District 11. She will protect our neighborhoods, make them safer, and be a no-nonsense Councilmember. That’s why the Police Protective League that represents the 9000-plus men and women of the LAPD has unanimously endorsed her,” said Lt. Craig Lally, President of the LAPPL.
The LAPPL was established in 1922 to protect, promote, and improve the working conditions, rights, compensation, and benefits of Los Angeles Police Officers. The mission of the Los Angeles Police Department is to safeguard the lives and property of the people they serve, reduce crime, and enhance public safety while working with diverse communities to improve quality of life.
A practicing attorney for 20 years, Traci advises and represents businesses and public entities, including cities, counties, and other agencies throughout the State of California. She works on the forefront of the most pressing municipal and business issues in our State, which positions her well to be an influential and respected member of the LA City Council. You can read more about Traci’s plans for a safe and prosperous Westside at www.tracipark.com.
– Traci Park