The Los Angeles Police Department offers an exceptional career opportunity for men and women transitioning out of the military, with excellent salaries and benefits. The LAPD offers more than 250 job assignments, unlimited opportunities for advancement, and the chance to make a difference in the community we serve.APPLY NOW
LAPD Recruitment Division Recruiters with prior military service are available to assist veteran candidates.
CALL 213-473-3450 or
send an e-mail toGreen2blue@lapd.online today!
US VETS and the JVS Veterans First program provides military veterans that are selected for the LAPD the following:
PSP is a voluntary program that allows officers who served in the military or were employed by other public agencies to purchase service credit in the pension plan.* The service credit you purchase will add to your total years of service credit and therefore, increase the monthly pension allowance that you and your qualified survivors would receive from Los Angeles Fire and Police Pensions.LAPD & LAFD Pensions*
LAPD officers that are military veterans are highly encouraged to wear their military ribbons on their LAPD uniform. LAPD authorizes military and LAPD ribbons to be worn on our LAPD class A uniform during authorized events and inspections.
Periodically the Los Angeles Police Department military recruitment team will conduct testing at select military locations, including the following:
• Camp Pendleton • Edwards Air Force Base • Fort Irwin • March Air Force Base • Miramar Air Station • Port Hueneme • Vandenberg Air Force Base • 29 Palms • Reserve and National Guard Bases
Military credits (5 points) are normally given only for a five-year period following the date of separation from active duty. If you served on active duty status in the U.S military during any one of the following periods, you may qualify to have the five additional veterans points added to your Department Interview (DI) score
You are permanently disabled as a result of wartime service; orYour spouse was disabled and unable to work or died as a result of wartime service; orYou were a full-time student or trainee after you were separated from the service. You will not qualify for an extension if you were working full-time during the training or education, or if you were paid to attend the training or education (other than GI Benefits).
If you meet the above requirements, you must submit a copy of your DD Form 214 Member 4 and other suitable proof verifying that: you are permanently disabled as a result of wartime service; your spouse died or is unable to work as a result of wartime service; you were hospitalized after you were separated from active duty due to service-connected disability and which shows the dates you were hospitalized; or you were a student or trainee and have documentation which shows the dates of your education (including courses and the number of units) or training.
Contact the Personnel Department's Public Safety Bureau at
(213) 473-9060 for information on document submission.