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Background Information

Employment History

La Verne Police Department


Chief of Police

La Verne Police Department


Patrol Officer

La Verne Police Department


Chairman

L.A. IMPACT


Police Chief

La Verne


President

Los Angeles County Police Chiefs' Association


Chairman

Los Angeles Inter-Agency Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime Task Force


Chief

California Police Chiefs Association


Affiliations

L.A. IMPACT

Board Member


Education

Bachelor's Degree

Public Administration

University of La Verne


Web References(40 Total References)


JUSTNET - NLECTC West Regional Advisory Council

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Chief Ron IngelsLa Verne Police Department


Supporters

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Chief Ronald R. Ingels, La Verne Police Department


District Attorney Announces Appointments

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Steve Cooley announced today the appointment of Irwindale Police Chief R. Ronald Ingels and retired LAPD Commander Keith D. Bushey to serve as Law Enforcement Liaisons.Ingels, who is currently working as interim Irwindale Police Chief, starts Sept. 5.Ingels began his law enforcement career as a patrol officer in 1971 with the La Verne Police Department.He quickly rose through the ranks of the department and was appointed police chief in 1992.During his 13-year tenure as police chief, he created and implemented the department's Citizen's Academy, implemented the Senior Volunteer Patrol Program and developed and administered a five-year strategic plan. He was a past chairman of L.A. IMPACT, the Los Angeles Inter-Agency Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime Task Force, and past president of the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs' Association.He received his Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration from the University of La Verne in 1981.


SUPERVISOR ANTONOVICH COMMENDS LA VERNE CHIEF OF POLICE RONALD INGELS

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SUPERVISOR ANTONOVICH COMMENDS LA VERNE CHIEF OF POLICE RONALD INGELSSUPERVISOR ANTONOVICH COMMENDS LA VERNE CHIEF OF POLICE RONALD INGELSSUPERVISOR ANTONOVICH COMMENDS LA VERNE CHIEF OF POLICE RONALD INGELSLos Angeles-At the Board of Supervisors meeting on July 19, 2005, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich recognized La Verne Police Chief Ronald Ingels, who is retiring after 34 years of service. Pictured left to right: LaVerne Police Chief Ronald Ingels, his wife Rose Ingles with Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike AntonovichChief Ingels joined the La Verne Police Department in July of 1971, and was promoted to senior patrol officer in 1975, and Lieutenant in 1984.He was appointed to the position of Chief of Police by the Mayor and City Council of La Verne in 1992. Chief Ingels is past president of the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs Association, and a lifetime member of the California Narcotics Officers Association.He is also affiliated with the International Association of the Chiefs of Police, and is a member of the Board of Directors of L.A. Impact.


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During the La Verne Police Department's search of the home, they found bunk beds in every room enough accommodations for about 30 people, said La Verne police Chief Ron Ingels, who was a detective at the time. Ingels said his department got involved with Koresh in 1991, based on a complaint from Robyn Bunds, who claimed to have a child with Koresh. "We go there to contact him and find him there and he's visibly shaking because he had to speak with the police,' Ingels said."I remember his hands were shaking.' Ingels said Koresh came to La Verne and returned the child within 48 hours of being contacted in Waco.


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