Interim Chief Steven Zipperman
Interim Police Chief Steven Zipperman of the Los Angeles School Police Department. Zipperman is committed to keeping all in the school community – students, staff and families – safe.
Secretary to the Chief of Policeiybanez@laspd.com
Lieutenant Nina Buranasombatinburanasombati@laspd.com
Adjutant to the Chief of Police
- Message from the Chief
Welcome to the Los Angles School Police Department’s (LASPD) website. We hope you find this site informative and useful. We are a progressive agency dedicated to serving the students, staff and families of LA Unified.
Our mission for the LASPD is to provide our schools, students, teachers, administrators, staff and the school community with a safe learning and working environment. We are dedicated to providing facilities and asset protection spanning over 710 square miles of the second largest school district in the nation.
Our goal is to build upon the accomplishments of our past, to incorporate the feedback from our stakeholders and to refine our department in a manner that will help us build stronger relationships and keep our schools safe.
During these challenging times, we will continue to serve with strong ethics and compassion. Additionally, we will continue to work closely with the numerous law enforcement organizations and municipalities located throughout LAUSD’s sphere of operations.
The men and women of the Los Angeles School Police Department remain committed to making LA Unified a safe District for people of all ages to work, learn and reach their individual potential.
We are proud to Serve Our Future, Today,
Interim Chief of Police
Deputy Chief Glenn Besunder
Field Services Bureau
Deputy Chief Glenn Besunder is assigned to the Office of the Chief as the Commanding Officer for Field Services Bureau (FSB)
Deputy Chief Aaron Pisarzewicz
Administrative and Central Services Bureau
Deputy Chief Aaron Pisarzewicz was born and raised in Madison, Wisconsin. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin. Deputy Chief Pisarzewicz is also a graduate of the California Police Officer Standards and Training (POST)- Sherman Block Leadership Institute.
Deputy Chief Pisarzewicz became a member of the Los Angeles School Police Department in July 1997. He worked as a police officer in the Department's Central, West, and Operations Support Divisions before being promoted to Sergeant in 2004. He worked as a Fields Sergeant in North West, East, and the Administrative Services Division as the Training Sergeant. Currently, Deputy Chief Pisarzewicz is assigned to the Office of the Chief of Police as the Commanding Officer of the Field Services Bureau (FSB). He is also an active member of several LAUSD, community, and police organizations dedicated to enhancing school safety for the students, staff, and the greater LAUSD community.