About LaLey

To become a leading provider for our members to be to guided in the direction for future goals.

The Latin American Law Enforcement Association (LaLey) was founded in 1967 by a group of Los Angeles Police Officers in effort to promote the advancement of Latinos and other underrepresented groups in the Department. From its inception, LaLey committed itself to mentoring and assisting its members with the Department’s promotional process, encouraging service and advocacy in the community, and has served as a leading voice for equal and minority representation in the police workforce. Throughout its history, LaLey has played a vital role in advocating for the equal representation of all member of the Los Angeles Police Department that serves and protects residents in the City of Los Angeles. 

Our Mission

LA LEY’s mission is to enhance the effectiveness of all LAPD employees and to improve the Department’s relationship with the community by developing our employees, networking with all aspects of the community, protecting the rights of others and promoting camaraderie through our social activities.

714 West Olympic Blvd. Suite 450

Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 254-5391