Farewell Sgt. Krumer, Hello Four New LAPD Liaisons

October 11, 2012 at 10:34 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

For several years, Sgt. David Krumer has been the bicycling community’s main point of contact with the Los Angeles Police Department.  Many can attest that he was always consistent and quick to respond to all manner of issues that arose. LACBC was not alone in relying on him for assistance. Sgt. Krumer has been reassigned and we’d like to thank him for all that he’s done for bicyclists in Los Angeles. Sgt. Krumer, we wish you the best. Come ride with us any time!

With Sgt. Krumer’s departure as the LAPD go-to guy for all things bike, the department recently announced four new liaisons to take Krumer’s place. Each liaison will represent one of four traffic divisions in the City of Los Angeles. Their role is to be available to bicycling public. If, for example, you’ve had an altercation with a motorist or if you have an issue with an LAPD officer that you’ve encountered, the liaisons are there for you. You can contact them according to the traffic division you were in at the time of your incident. For a more detailed description of the change at LAPD, you can read blogger and LACBC Board member Ted Rogers’ post on LAStreetsblog. Starting now, keep this list handy!

  • Central Division: Sgt. Laszlo Sandor        213 972-1853    30124@lapd.lacity.org
  • West Division:     Sgt. Christopher Kunz  213 473-0215    26315@lapd.lacity.org
  • South Division:    Sgt. Jon Aufdemberg    213 421-2588    31630@lapd.lacity.org
  • Valley Division:   Sgt. Steve Egan               818 644-8146   26860@lapd.lacity.org

Map of the LAPD Traffic Divisions.

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