LOS ANGELES – Jewish Community Welcomes New Police Chief 

Photo L-R: Chaplain Shirley Friedman, Hatzolah Member Motty Kest, California Corrections Peace Officer's PAC Rep. Yonatan Berdugo, LAPD Sergeant Eric More, Los Angeles County Commissioners Andrew Friedman & Howard Winkler, LAPD Chief Michel Moore, Joseph (Motty) Herzog, Bikur Cholim Director Hershy Ten, LAPD Lieutenant Johnny Smith, John Herzog, Tzvika Brenner, Rabbi Yonah Landau & Dr. Irving Lebovics.

Jewish Community Welcomes New Police Chief

Motty & Ruchel Herzog hosted a community leadership luncheon to welcome and  congratulate the newly appointed Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, Michel Moore.

The Frum/Orthodox Community worked diligently to support his appointment to this post and the Chief was highly appreciative of these efforts.  Chief Michel R. Moore is a 36-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department.  He worked throughout the city and valley areas of Los Angeles as a member of the LAPD and is exceptionally qualified for the position.  Chief Moore is especially knowledgeable of the unique requirements and understands the  needs of the Frum/Orthodox Community.

Various issues of Community interest were discussed at the luncheon which was held at Shefa Restaurant on Melrose Avenue.

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