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- 2.0Nov 14, 2014Property OfficerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsLos Angeles, CA
The pay and benefits are the best than in amy other company.
Management is the worst. Morale is at its all time low.4
- 5.0Oct 5, 2020Electronic Surveillance TechnicianCurrent EmployeeLos Angeles, CA
Great pay and benefits for now
Having to be furloughed due to lack of fiscal responsibility by city leaders (in my opinion)
- 3.0Oct 15, 2013Police OfficerFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsLos Angeles, CA
- Pay and benefits. - Interaction with diverse cultures and people. - THE DANGER!!! WHAT A RUSH!!! - Satisfaction of helping others. - Every day is different even if your assignment is not.
- Politics !!!! - 3/12 shifts can be brutal. Especially if you live outside of city limits and commute to work. - Management "eats it's own". Job security not a sure thing; especially if you don't kiss ass.2
- 5.0Mar 6, 2022Detention OfficerCurrent Employee
Can workout on duty, lots of downtime, Pay is good for the amount of work and the hours. Stress levels are low. Law enforcement job with 100% job security
No real room for growth or promotion, Job task are limited, Many lazy people fall through the cracks and get complacent. LAPD politics makes the job more difficult than necessary.
- 5.0Nov 27, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Excellent training and lots of special assignments. Good pay and benefits. Excellent work/life balance.
Pension is not vested for 20 years. It's 5 years with other agencies.
- 4.0Jul 27, 2014CriminalistFormer Employee, more than 8 yearsLos Angeles, CA
Interesting job with great benefits and good pay.
Do not expect to be able to able to freely think outside the box. You will be expected to adhere to strict protocols, some of which are a bit antiquated. Technology within this field is changing very rapidly, and while the newer employees appear to embrace this change, management tends to resist it.4