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Hendricks appointed commander of LBPD North Division

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New North Division commanderThe Long Beach Police Department has announced the appointment of Commander David Hendricks as the new commander of the Long Beach Police Department’s North Division.
Hendricks was hired by the City of Long Beach in 1992 as a part-time dispatcher for the Marine Patrol, while completing his studies in criminal justice at California State University Long Beach. He graduated in December of 1993 and was hired shortly thereafter as a police officer.
As a Long Beach police officer he has worked assignments in Patrol, Community Policing, Field Training, Support Bureau, Gang Enforcement Section, and Youth Services. His most recent assignment was in the Youth Services Division.
Hendricks is a member of the California Gang Investigators Association, the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the American Society for Public Administration. He is the past president of the Long Beach Police Command Officers Association. In addition to his bachelor of science degree in criminal justice, he has a master’s in public administration from Andrew Jackson University, and is a graduate of the 229th session of the FBI’s National Academy.
Hendricks will take the place of newly appointed Interim Police Chief Billy Quach, who was recently selected to replace former Police Chief Anthony Batts.

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Hendricks appointed commander of LBPD North Division