06 Apr Crime Knows No Boundaries
April 6, 2022
“The Santa Monica Police Officers Association is proud to announce it is endorsing Traci Park for the Los Angeles Council District 11 seat,” said Sgt. Gerardo Leyva, Chairman of the SMPOA. “Crime knows no boundaries and the SMPOA is endorsing Traci because she is uniquely qualified and will support a strong working relationship between LAPD and the SMPD that will make the residents of her Council District and Santa Monica safer.”
“We may draw artificial lines around our cities, but on the Westside, we share a coastline, an economy, and a common set of problems. I look forward to partnering with the SMPOA and colleagues on the Santa Monica City Council to ensure that we are all working together to keep our communities safe and prosperous,” said Traci Park.
SMPOA joins the Los Angeles Airport Peace Officers Association and the Los Angeles Police Protective League in endorsing Traci’s campaign.
“Traci Park is law enforcement’s choice for City Council District 11. She will protect neighborhoods, make them safer, and be a no-nonsense Council member,” said Lt. Craig Lally, President of the LAPPL which represents the 9000-plus men and women of the LAPD.
“Traci Park is a strong advocate for public safety and sound environmental policies that will benefit her constituents in the district and the City of Los Angeles as a whole,” LAAPOA President Marshall McClain said.
We all know it’s going to take hard work to get back on the right track and Traci is already out there doing the work. Click here to see her detailed RENEWAL plan and learn why she has the skills to keep your families and businesses safe.
We know you agree that we desperately need a change in leadership for CD11. The same old insiders who sat on the sidelines while our neighborhoods suffered will not bring that change. She is in this to be your voice at City Hall.