Residents Greet New Captains at Hollenbeck ‘Coffee with Cops’ Event

By EGP Staff Report

Baeza & Sanders - Hollenbeck Captains 2013


The new captains of the LAPD Hollenbeck Police Station on Tuesday attended “Coffee with Cops,” a community meet and greet event at El Rinconsito del Mar in Boyle Heights.

Captain III Martin A. Baeza, who replaces Captain Anita Ortega, is the latest addition to Hollenbeck’s new leadership. He joins Captain I Gina Sanders who moved to the Hollenbeck Station earlier this year.

Captain Baeza, a Mexican immigrant who migrated to the US as a toddler, has been with the LAPD for over 28 years. He attended high school in Glassell Park, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Management and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management.

Captain Sanders has been with the LAPD for over 30 years, starting her career as a Radio Telephone Operator and joined the departments sworn officer in 1993. Prior to coming to Hollenbeck, she was assigned to Rampart Area as the patrol commanding officer. Sanders has an Associate of Arts Degree from Los Angeles City College and a Baccalaureate Degree in Occupational Studies-Vocational Arts from California State University at Long Beach.

Print This Post Print This Post

July 11, 2013  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.


One Response to “Residents Greet New Captains at Hollenbeck ‘Coffee with Cops’ Event”

  1. Paul John Messina on October 16th, 2013 6:04 pm

    Bienvenidos And Much Welcome To Boyle Heights LA. (Calif). I Am Really Grateful You Guy’s Are Here . I have been around I Am From Chicago And Have Been Out Here For A While I Been To The Joint I lived In A Mob Neighborhood In Chicago Race Street My Cousin Is A Cop In Elmwood Park. Honor Is Honor And You Officers Are Honorable To Me. I Went To One Of The Meetings On Wendsday When Captain Ortega Was There . I wanna come again. Chief Beck Is Cool To Officer Medina And Officer Lopez And Officer Shortyle. I was in A Gang Too In Chicago Captain Baeza And Captain Sanders Hi. I Am A Lawful Person Today And Will Always Be. I live across the street. Take Care. Paul John Messina

Comments are intended to further discussion on the article topic. EGPNews reserves the right to not publish, edit or remove comments that contain vulgarities, foul language, personal attacks, racists, sexist, homophobic or other offensive terminology or that contain solicitations, spam, or that threaten harm of any sort. EGPNews will not approve comments that call for or applaud the death, injury or illness of any person, regardless of their public status. Questions regarding this policy should be e-mailed to

 characters available

Copyright © 2018 Eastern Group Publications/EGPNews, Inc. ·