3090’s LAPD Dispatchers’ Rally Featured on KFI News

3090’s LAPD Dispatchers’ Rally Featured on KFI News

The LAPD Dispatchers of Mighty3090 made the news by demonstrating their support for a new, stronger contract on November 27th with a rolling rally in front of LAPD Headquarters. As KFI posted on their social media channel: “9-1-1 for @‌lapdhq dispatchers have rallied outside of LAPD headquarters demanding more staff and better pay. Workers say some…

Meet Leticia Loredo

Meet Leticia Loredo

Secretary, Central Traffic Division, LAPD Leticia Loredo, 58, remembers the exact day she joined AFSCME 3090. “It was back in the day,” she said with a chuckle over the phone. “It was July 10, 1989.” In her three decades working for the City of Los Angeles, Loredo has worked as a secretary in various departments,…

Meet Edwina Hunter

Meet Edwina Hunter

Secretary, LAPD During her nearly 20-year career with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), Edwina Hunter, 57, has seen it all – the crime lab, the substation at Los Angeles International Airport, the patrol division and different bureau stations. She’s bounced around in administrative roles throughout LAPD, but in October she found a home as…

Meet Norma Graziano

Meet Norma Graziano

Senior Administrative Clerk, LAPD Norma Graziano, a senior administrative clerk in the LAPD’s records and identification division, often finds herself arguing with co-workers over the importance of being a part of a union. “They say, ‘what does the union do for us?’” To Graziano, the answer is obvious. “I’m a strong believer in unions because…

Meet Sharon Domitorio
|

Meet Sharon Domitorio

Police Service Representative, LAPD When Angelenos dial 911 with an emergency – or even a barking dog or illegal parking complaint – it’s dispatchers like Local 3090 member Sharon Dormitorio on the line ready to help. During each eight-hour shift, Dormitorio fields over 100 calls, dispatching the appropriate response units and calming callers down. With…

Meet Albert Nelson

Meet Albert Nelson

Police Service Representative, LAPD “We’re the lifeline of the public”, Albert Nelson says, “and if they didn’t have us, they’d have mayhem.” He’s probably right. For nearly three decades, Nelson has been with the LAPD as a police service representative (PSR) filling various roles, including spending 20 years as a 911 dispatcher answering emergency calls…