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Daniel R. Sullivan served twenty-five years with the Los Angeles Police Department, retiring as a Deputy Chief.  During his career with the Los Angeles Police Department Daniel Sullivan was the Program Manager for the Development of the City of Los Angeles Emergency Command Control Communication System and involved in the security planning for the 1984 Olympic Games.

 

Daniel R. Sullivan has a BS in Criminal Justice Administration and a Masters in Public Administration.  After his career with the Los Angeles Police Department, Daniel Sullivan entered the private security as a well known security specialist including being a member of a worldwide response team for kidnap for ransom and extortion cases covered by a Lloyds of London syndicate.  Daniel R. Sullivan is the co-author of two books: Criminal Investigations Standards and Homicide Investigations.

Criminal Investigation Standards
Joseph C. DeLadurantey  More Info
Homicide investigation standards textbook (Harper & Row criminal justice)
Joseph C DeLadurantey  More Info

From the History of the Los Angeles Police Department (lapdonline.org)

From the earliest days, traffic posed problems. Chief George E. Gard fielded the first traffic squad in 1881, composed of an unknown number of officers, to "horse, wagon and carriage" control to ensure pedestrian safety.

Between 1876 and 1889, 15 Chiefs came and went, unable or unwilling to cope with the growing pains of a rowdy community. When, in 1885 Edward McCarthy was Chief, he commanded 18 officers and earned $150 a month. Department equipment was valued at $354. One year later, the Department hired its first two African-American officers, Robert William Stewart and Roy Green.

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