El Camino College has new police chief

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Before his job in Huntington Park, Trevis served as chief in Maywood, and held leadership positions at the Bell Police Department. Full Story
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Dano

El Segundo, CA

#1 Jun 25, 2008
Hate to say what every local TPD already knows, The El Camino PD is not worth the cost. Rapes and all kinds of crimes occur right under their noses. These guys are good for writing tickets, that's all. I don't know this new chief, but a record of serving as Maywood's chief of police is a big RED flag. But as usual the folks running El Camino usually have their head up in a place where most of us don't.
Der Fuhrer

Atlanta, GA

#2 Jun 25, 2008
I agree with Dano.
Nikki Taylor

Torrance, CA

#3 Jun 25, 2008
what happened to that old el camino cop....i think his name was Officer Portly or something. anyway, he was/is a loser
Are you kidding

United States

#4 Jun 25, 2008
Maywood and Huntington Park? Two awful cities that I would not want to even drive through..being police chief of either of these cities is really not an accomplishment,nor is graduating from East LA College.
Vixen

Long Beach, CA

#5 Jun 25, 2008
Doesn't Maywood hire cops that have been fired from other departments?
Little Bill

Los Angeles, CA

#6 Jun 26, 2008
Folks, got to agree with all of you! Being asscociated with Huntington Park, Maywood and Bell P.D.'s is NOT good. They have a TERRIBLE reputation!! Too bad some of these El Camino College graduates who have retired from local departments didn't apply for the position. Or does that tell you something about the job??
Chief, job action #1: Catch the two sex assaulters and maybe you'll win some local hearts!
GOOD LUCK!
Theany

Long Beach, CA

#8 Jul 9, 2008
El Camino PD does not need a guy who has a long history of Chief's resumes. El Camino PD needs to place a good front line sergeant as chief who has good organizational skills, and a solid knowledge of criminal investigations to develop those officers. Forgive me- that might be too logical for College Executives to figure out.
Los Angeles

Irvine, CA

#9 Jul 10, 2008
I respect all of your opinions, however none of you know what your talking about, so stop talking trash!!! The new CHIEF has an awesome reputation and an excellent track record. El Camino PD is in EXCELLENT HANDS!!!!!!!
HPink

Downey, CA

#10 Apr 20, 2009
Agreed, El Camino PD is in excellent hands...
I Miss Chief Trevis very much...
He has a passion for education...
He is a great guy
Nikkho

Glendale, CA

#11 Apr 21, 2009
Nikki Taylor wrote:
what happened to that old el camino cop....i think his name was Officer Portly or something. anyway, he was/is a loser
Right, but you posting someone elses name in a public blog and calling them names doesn't make you a loser right? DAMF
THE SAULSTER

Los Angeles, CA

#12 Jan 13, 2010
OMG!! This guy worked for to departments with federal probes on them hmmm Now hes a compton community college chief hmmm can you say ghetto!!
R-Smart

Newhall, CA

#13 Jan 13, 2010
Los Angeles wrote:
I respect all of your opinions, however none of you know what your talking about, so stop talking trash!!! The new CHIEF has an awesome reputation and an excellent track record. El Camino PD is in EXCELLENT HANDS!!!!!!!
To be absolutely fair, we must give the new chief time to demonstrate his expert skills in law enforcement management. We all need to give him some space.
THE SAULSTER

Los Angeles, CA

#14 Jan 13, 2010
R-Smart wrote:
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To be absolutely fair, we must give the new chief time to demonstrate his expert skills in law enforcement management. We all need to give him some space.
ive him some space to mismanage seems more like it an MS in criminal justice and cultural diversity should be a requirement for any police chief, hmmph(....crosses arms defensively)
R-Smart

Newhall, CA

#15 Jan 13, 2010
THE SAULSTER wrote:
<quoted text>ive him some space to mismanage seems more like it an MS in criminal justice and cultural diversity should be a requirement for any police chief, hmmph(....crosses arms defensively)
You apparently have a very weak understanding of the word "FAIR". It certainly sounds as if you have a personal vendetta against this guy.
THE SAULSTER

Los Angeles, CA

#16 Jan 13, 2010
R-Smart wrote:
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You apparently have a very weak understanding of the word "FAIR". It certainly sounds as if you have a personal vendetta against this guy.
Guilty as charged. It seems corrupt cops and drug gangs seem to settle in poor apathetic environments. R-smart haven't you heard of the broken windows model chief bratton used?
THE SAULSTER

Los Angeles, CA

#17 Jan 13, 2010
Now let us compare and contrast police chiefs from small southeast los angeles cities and say orange county?
R-Smart

Newhall, CA

#18 Jan 13, 2010
THE SAULSTER wrote:
<quoted text>Guilty as charged. It seems corrupt cops and drug gangs seem to settle in poor apathetic environments. R-smart haven't you heard of the broken windows model chief bratton used?
This is a new time and a new date. This is a totally new page and new senario. Give it time to work. And if it works, I hope that it will give you some time to relax a little and if it dosen't, then there are more fish in the ocean. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
THESAULSTER

Los Angeles, CA

#19 Jan 13, 2010
At last a focal point in human understanding. Only a true proletarian can bridge the gap of the lumpen and the educated minority. only then can true discourse and progress be achieved.
R-Smart

Newhall, CA

#20 Jan 13, 2010
THESAULSTER wrote:
At last a focal point in human understanding. Only a true proletarian can bridge the gap of the lumpen and the educated minority. only then can true discourse and progress be achieved.
True discourse and progress is made daily by all. Either you are part of the solution, or you are part of the problem. Which are you sir?
THESAULSTER

Los Angeles, CA

#21 Jan 13, 2010
R-Smart wrote:
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True discourse and progress is made daily by all. Either you are part of the solution, or you are part of the problem. Which are you sir?
The answer can't come from that which causes the problem. I am human as are you therefore we are the problem and the answer in one.

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