Meet Regina Scott, LAPD’s 1st Black Female Deputy Chief

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Congratulations to Regina Scott of Los Angeles, California. She is now the first African American Female Deputy Chief with the Los Angeles Police Department. According to ABC 7 her advancement is part of the new Police Chief Michel Moore’s efforts to diversify upper ranks. 

Here’s what she had to say about it according to Essence Magazine, “I am both honored and humbled by this historic promotion,” Scott said last week when the news was announced. “This promotion is more than just me, it is for those who paved the road before me, and those who dare to dream big. I want to thank Chief Moore for having the courage and insight for real change and reform. I am ready to help build trust and help bridge the gap between the police and communities we serve.”

We need more #blackgirlmagic in leadership. Well done, Regina Scott: http://ow.ly/pg7t30lwL8d

Posted by Essence on Thursday, August 23, 2018

Had a great evening tonight celebrating a historical accomplishment of a very hard working and dedicated African American woman, Regina Scott. She became the first Black Woman in the history of of the Department to become a Deputy Chief! Beyond well deserved! She is extremely passionate and supportive of others! #reginascott #lapdwomen #lapdcelebration #deputychiefreginascott #lapdchaplain

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