Port Police Says Thanks

Dept. honors employees, community members for great service. On May 30, the Los Angeles Port Police held its fourth annual awards ceremony honoring Port Police Officers, security officers, civilian employees, and community members. These awards...

Port Police’s Motor Officers inspect cargo trucks to keep streets safe.

Photos by Summy Lam, Club Director of Marketing, and Alive! editor John Burnes Port Police’s Commercial Enforcement Unit inspects cargo trucks to keep streets and neighborhoods safe and freight moving. America’s Port, the Port of LA, is...

Capt. Michael Barnes, Club Member, retires after 22 years of City service.

A reception was held March 28, his last day on the job, to honor the career of Capt. Michael Barnes, Club Member, who retired after 22 years of City service...

Vessel Operations keeps things clean and on the move in the all-important Port of...

One of the world’s largest ports needs a lot of services to keep it running smoothly – police, fire, construction, engineering, security … and sometimes simply moving things from A to B.

Port Police promotes two in leadership positions.

Port Police Chief Tom Gazsi, joined by Port Executive Director Eugene Seroka and Port Police Deputy Chief Randall Allen, swore in newly promoted...

Harbor delivers gifts to nearby students for Christmas.

Each year, Port employees participate in Operation Teddy Bear — this year visiting 15th Street Elementary School in San Pedro and Hawaiian Avenue Elementary School in Wilmington...