The LAPD Pacific Division is located at 12312 Culver Blvd. in Los Angeles, CA.
LAPD PACIFIC DIVISION INFORMATION
Also known as the Pacific Comunity Police Station serves the communities of Del Rey, Venice, Manchester, Mar Vista, Oakwood, Palms, Playa Del Rey, Playa Vista, Westchester as well as police Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
The LAPD Pacific Divisions patrol area covers 24.1 miles providing safe street for over 200,000 residents and is under the jurisdiction of the West Bureau. Home of LAX and Venice Beach the Pacific Division is responsible for watching over the safety of not only their residents but the many tourist that visit here each year.
The LAPD Pacific Division is lead by the highly regarded and well qualified captains, Captain II Philip S. Fontanetta, Captain III John S. Peters and Capitan I Berenda Crump. All three are 25 year veterans with the LAPD.
As seen below the Pacific Division has a K-9 unit. This LAPD K9 is a suspect apprehension dog. They use a "Find & Bark" technique for the Los Angeles Police Department. The dogs even have their own badge (which they wear on their collar) and their own identification card.
If you know someone that has been arrested by the Pacific Division Station and is being held in their jail there are visiting hours available everyday. An arrestee can be visited by family members at set visitation times each day Howver they can be visited by a bail bondsman, clergy or legal representation any time of day.
For general information on persons arrested and in custody at the LAPD Pacific Division Station, you may call 310-482-6488.
You may also speak with a licensed bail bondsman 24 hours a day.
We can also provide you arrest and bail information for the Pacific Community Police Station at 888-224-5266.