Sgt. Ted Morse retires after 35 years of City service.

Goodbye, Sgt. Ted

Story and photos courtesy LAPD

Sgt. Ted Morse at his retirement reception.

A casual reception was held Jan. 25 at Wilshire Division for Sgt. Ted Morse, who retired after 35 years of City service.

A Police Commission proclamation read, in part: “After 35 years, you have provided professional, dedicated and exemplary service to the people of Los Angeles, your supervisors and your coworkers alike.

Sgt. Morse began his career in 1988 in Southeast Division, then moved to Newton, where he rose to Police Officer III. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2000 and transferred to Van Nuys Division. His final move, to Wilshire Division, came in 2002.

Congratulations, Sgt. Morse! The Club thanks and honors you for your dedicated service.

Ted Morse as he began his LAPD service in 1988.