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Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Professional Designation (CPD)

ISAAC BURCIAGA

POLICE OFFICER LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT
Cell Phone: 5625560755 Work Phone: 2134739722 Initial Date CPD Earned: December 5, 2018 Date CPD Expires: December 31, 2022

Biography

Officer Isaac Burciaga is a tenured police officer with more than a decade of law enforcement experience.  He has worked various assignments during his career as a Patrol Officer, Professional Standards Investigator, Lead Officer, Terrorism Liaison Officer, Background Investigator and is currently assigned as Assistant Training Coordinator for the Los Angeles Police Department, Security Services Division, with a mission to ensure the safety and security of elected officials, employees and the public.

Officer Burciaga continuously strives to achieve the highest level of quality in all aspects of his work.  He is committed to career development and education.  He is a certified California Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) level II instructor.  In addition to his instructional certification, Officer Burciaga has expertise in Physical Security Vulnerability Assessments and holds a Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) professional designation from the National Institute of Crime Prevention.  He has instructed and coordinated numerous training programs for sworn police officers and civilians including subjects in 832-PC Powers of Arrest, First Aid/CPR, Driver Awareness, Active Shooter Survival, and Workplace Safety and Security.

In 2014, Officer Burciaga was recognized by the Peace Officers Association, Los Angeles County, as Sworn Employee of the Year.  His continued dedication to public safety is glaring in his recent contributions to help develop a city-wide campaign known as “Run, Hide, Fight program,” which is an active shooter survival course offered to citizens and employees of the City of Los Angeles.  His assignment at Security Services Division has provided him the opportunity to work with sworn and civilian professionals.  He believes that civilian professionals are an integral part of workplace safety as observers, reporters, and force multipliers.