Law Enforcement in Los Angeles County
Municipal, Sheriff, L.A.P.D.
If someone is in danger, cannot go to a
safe place and needs immediate help, CALL
When a crime is committed, the jurisdiction
usually belongs to the location where the crime occurred. In Los Angeles County,
several types of law enforcement agencies might be involved:
The Los Angeles City Attorney Elders at Risk Task
Force works closely with the Los Angeles Police
Click on the thumbnail
picture to see a full-size
map of LAPD Bureaus and Areas. Use your Web
browser's Back button to return to this page.
If you wish to see a larger map of each Area, you can do so by visiting
the LAPD's Web site at http://www.lapdonline.org/.
Go to Select an Area and chose the Area you wish to see.
You can then click on Map Options and do a search by address or
view the Basic Car Map displaying the Area boundaries.
If you Visit the Station, you can see the telephone directory of
the various units including the Detective Desk.
In each Area, the Burglary
Detective Units specialize in crimes of Fiduciary Elder Abuse and the
newly created Family Violence
Detective Units investigate most other Elder Abuse and Neglect crimes.
The following Bureaus and Areas send representatives to the City
Attorney Elders at Risk Task Force:
Central Bureau (Central
Area, Hollenbeck Area, Newton Area, Northeast Area and Rampart Area)
Bureau (Devonshire Area, Foothill Area, Northeast Area, Van Nuys
Area and West Valley Area)
The LAPD also has a Fraud Section including an Elder
Abuse Estate Unit which
investigates major cases of elder financial abuse.
This page was last
updated on 11/13/2005