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RE: [LVNA90004] Re: LAPD response -- contact Captain Blake, cc T LaBonge

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  • Delman, Joel
    Vincent, should we mention that Officer Pelayo has not been responsive? I hate to get a guy in trouble unnecessarily, perhaps there s a good reason we have not
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      Vincent, should we mention that Officer Pelayo has not been responsive? I hate to get a guy in trouble unnecessarily, perhaps there's a good reason we have not heard back from him?

      Best,

      Joel

      Joel Delman
      product development technologies, inc.
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      From: Vincent Cox [mailto:vcox@...]
      Sent: Monday, February 14, 2011 11:02 AM
      To: Delman, Joel; LVNA90004@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: RE: [LVNA90004] Re: LAPD response -- contact Captain Blake, cc T LaBonge






      Matt Blake
      Captain III
      Olympic Area
      email<mailto:matt.blake@...>




















      Captain III Matt Blake, was born in Hawthorne, California, and raised in Los Angeles County. He received his Bachelor's degree from Long Beach State University. He joined the Los Angeles Police Department in 1987, as a second generation Los Angeles Police Officer. His father, Bruce Blake, retired as a Sergeant, in 1992, from the Van Nuys Division.



      Captain Blake began his career at the 77th Street Division as a patrol officer and has since worked in every Bureau in the City. He was promoted to the rank of Field Training Officer in 1990. While assigned to Operations-West Bureau CRASH he worked in a gang suppression role as well as a Detective Trainee. In 1994, he was promoted to the rank of Detective and worked investigative assignments such as Domestic Violence, Crimes Against Children, Narcotics, Sex Crimes, and Homicide. In 1997, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. In 1999, he was promoted to Sergeant II and worked Internal Affairs Group, in the Advocate Section, as well as in an undercover capacity in the Special Operations Section. In 2001, he was promoted to Lieutenant and worked as a watch commander prior to returning to Internal Affairs Group as the Officer in Charge of the Criminal Investigative Section. In 2005, Captain Blake was selected be the adjutant to Director of the Office of Operations. In September of 2006, he was promoted to the rank of Captain and was assigned to Southeast Area as the Patrol Commanding Officer. In June of 2007, he was transferred and assigned as the Patrol Commanding Officer of Southwest Area. After his commanding officer position in Southwest Patrol Division, Captain Blake was promoted to Captain III, assuming the position of Area Commanding Officer of West Los Angeles Area. In January 2008, Captain Blake was selected to open and command the new 20th Los Angeles Police Station, Olympic Division, where he continues to command today.



      Vincent Cox
      Leopold Petrich & Smith
      2049 Century Park East, Suite 3110
      Los Angeles CA 90067
      310-277-3333
      310- 277-7444 (fax)


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      From: LVNA90004@yahoogroups.com [mailto:LVNA90004@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Delman, Joel
      Sent: Monday, February 14, 2011 10:55 AM
      To: LVNA90004@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [LVNA90004] Re: LAPD response


      Hi All,

      Have to say I was amazed to see this post today, as I was about to write exactly the same to the group... you may recall that we had an almost identical break in here on Irving a couple of weeks ago. I left officer Pelayo two messages about that, and then just Friday a third message about having our mail stolen (resulting in significant check fraud, a Federal offense) in which I also reminded him of the break in. Not a single response!

      As Michelle noted, this is not a minor infraction like an iPod getting stolen from an unlocked car. Break ins with kids home, very scary stuff and I find it disturbing that we are getting no response from our police. Used to at least feel like my tax dollars got me an occasional phone call.

      Also, it should be noted that in past Officer Pelayo has been very responsive, so its unusual what's happening lately. Maybe budget cuts are causing LAPD to have a new "not an emergency, blow it off" policy?

      If anyone has better connections at the station than I do, please see if you can look into this...

      Best,

      Joel

      Joel Delman
      product development technologies, inc.
      9701 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 900
      Beverly Hills, California 90212
      p 310 601 7167
      f 310 601 7110
      m 773 517 1862

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