Community Safety Partnership (CSP)
The Housing Authority's Community Safety Partnership (CSP) with the Los Angeles Police Department is an unprecedented program aimed at improving the relationship between the residents of Los Angeles public housing communities and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
The Housing Authority signed a Memorandum of Agreement with LAPD to place 45 permanent police officers at four public housing communities (Nickerson Gardens, Imperial Courts, Jordan Downs, and Ramona Gardens). This is an opportunity for officers to work side by side with residents and community members to develop and implement sustainable programs, eradicate crime, address quality of life issues all while simultaneously bridging the gap between the community and the LAPD.
LEADERS OF TOMORROW
CSP Officers become integrated into the community they serve and residents become active participants in the identification and prevention of crime. Community policing promotes better communication and understanding. The residents and officers are partners resulting in more effective policing.
CSP Education Outreach
- Ramona Gardens
- Jordan Downs
- Imperial Courts
- Nickerson Gardens
- Avalon Gardens
- Gonzaque Village
- San Fernando Gardens
Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD)
The Los Angeles Police Department is committed to serving the community while protecting the rights of all persons. Consistent with this commitment, the Department’s Vision, Mission and Core Values, in concert with the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics and the Department’s Management Principles, reflect the guiding philosophy of the Los Angeles Police Department.
Housing Authority City of Los Angeles (HACLA)
The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) was established in 1938 by City of Los Angeles Resolution No. 1241. HACLA has grown to become one of the nation’s largest and leading public housing authorities, providing the largest supply of quality affordable housing to residents of the City of Los Angeles
CITY OF LOS ANGELES
The City of Los Angeles is a Mayor-Council-Commission form of government, as originally adopted by voters of the City of Los Angeles, effective July 1, 1925 and reaffirmed by a new Charter effective July 1, 2000. A Mayor, City Controller, and City Attorney are elected by City residents every four years. Fifteen City Council members representing fifteen districts are elected by the people for four-year terms, for a maximum of two terms.
LA COUNTY PROBATION
Los Angeles County Probation is the nation’s largest probation department with 6,500 staff and an $820 million dollar budget.
The LAC Probation Department is comprised of three juvenile halls, 19 residential treatment camps, 24 area offices, not including specialized service field offices and pre-trial service locations.