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LBPD

One team, one mission.



East Division Commander Patrick O'Dowd

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25 Year History at LBPD

  • 1993--Clerk typist, records division, promoted to records supervisor
  • 1995--Hired as police recruit
  • 2011--Promoted to sergeant
  • 2015--Promoted to lieutenant
  • 2018--Promoted to Commander



Experience

  • CDR O’Dowd has worked patrol, special enforcement, gang detail, financial crimes, homicide and internal affairs
  • Before promotion to commander he was an administrative lieutenant in the patrol bureau

Education

CDR O'dowd is a CSULB Alumni

  •  Bachelor’s Science degree in business administration and finance
  •  Master’s of Science degree in business administration and finance

Certifications and Associations

  • Graduate of the Peace Officer Standards and Training  (POST) Management  Course
  • Director of the Long Beach Police Officers Associations
  • Member of the Long Beach Command Officers Association

Some of the East Division Staff

Officer Rich Armand

Quality of Life Unit

(562) 208-3879 mobile

Officer Brian Dapello

Quality of Life Unit
(562) 760-3538 mobile

Ana Maria Rios

Community Outreach Liaison

(562) 570-5808 M-Th

Officer Brendan Murphy

Patrol Resource Officer

(562) 570-5812

No Trespassing

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About Request for Service --No Trespassing

  • All property owners or lessee's may file a Request for Service Form with the LBPD authorizing LBPD to act on their behalf and enforce No Trespassing laws when the owner/lessee is not on the property.
  • A properly filed Request for Service Form is valid for 1 year unless revoked by the filer, or there is a transfer of ownership of the property, or a subsequent lease or sublease of the property. 
  • Properly placed,  posted, and authorized No Trespassing and sign must be posted on the property.

Steps to Take

  1. Complete the Request for Service Form
  2. Email completed form to LBPDEast@longbeach.gov
    1. In the subject line state Request for Service/No Trespassing-{insert the address}
  3. Purchase the correct sign from Anaheim Ace Hardware at 2720 E Anaheim ST or Billings Ace Hardware 5006-5004 E 2nd ST
  4. Set an Inspection Appointment with East Division Staff (either the Patrol Resource Officer or the Community Outreach Liaison) to:
  5.  Verify the correct posting of signage
  6.  Confirm the Request for service Form is completed properly

Request for Service Form-No Trespassing

Request for Service No Trespassing (pdf)

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Sample No Trespassing- no hours (pdf)

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Sample No Trespassing Sign- with hours (pdf)

Download

3800 E. Willow Street

East Patrol Division

In February 2016 the East Division substation opened at 3800 E. Willow Street. The building houses the East Division Patrol and the operations for the Juvenile Investigations Section. The East Division police officers provide law enforcement services to approximately 170,000 residents in 24 square miles. 

At 24 square miles East Division Patrols about 46 percent of the city and is the largest geographical patrol division of the LBPD. The boundaries are Del Amo Boulevard to the north; the Pacific Ocean shoreline to the south; Orange County cities to the east; and, Cherry Avenue and the City of Signal Hill to the west. 

The Long Beach Airport, CSULB, Long Beach, the East Anaheim Street Corridor, Long Beach Towne Center, Belmont Shore, 4th Street "Retro Row" and a number of historic and idyllic neighborhoods and parks, including Naples Islands, Belmont Heights, Rancho Los Alamitos Historic Ranch and Gardens, Bixby Park, Rose Park, and El Dorado Regional Park and Nature Center call the East Division home

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Contact LBPD East Division

East Division is a LBPD substation and is not manned 24/7.

LBPD East Division

3800 East Willow Street Long Beach CA 90815

(562) 570-5880--Hours Vary--Inquires Only (562) 435-6711--Police Dispatch 24/7 911--Emergency 24/7

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