LAPPL responds to death of LAPD officer
Los Angeles, March 7, 2014 - On behalf of all members of the Los Angeles Police Protective League, Tyler Izen responded to the tragic news that a Los Angeles police officer was killed, and a second officer was critically injured today in a traffic collision in Beverly Hills as they responded to a call for service.
“With sad hearts we mourn the loss of the brave and courageous police officer who died this morning in a traffic collision,” LAPPL President Tyler Izen said. “The officer’s death is a tragic loss that reminds us of the risks that law enforcement officers take every day to keep our community safe. His service and sacrifice will never be forgotten. On behalf of all LAPD officers, our hearts and condolences go out to his family and friends and the entire LAPD family who feels his loss so deeply.”
“We also wish the female probationary officer who was injured a speedy recovery as she receives the appropriate medical treatment,” Izen said. “We urge all Los Angeles residents to keep both families in their thoughts and prayers during this difficult period.”