Special Enforcement Team (SET)

About the Special Enforcement Team


The primary focus of the Inglewood Police Department Special Enforcement Team is to reduce fear of crime and victimization in a manner that elicits public support and approval. We will use available resources in a fair but firm manner that results in the greatest benefit to the community and the Inglewood Police Department.

Objective


The Special Enforcement Team's main objective is to improve capability for immediate apprehension of persons suspected of criminal activity emphasize enforcement activities aimed at the reduction of target crimes: robbery, aggravated assault, narcotic violations, gang activity.

The SET Team maintains disciplined officers that are committed to continuous improvement and ready to respond to the needs of the community. They provide pro-active enforcement in city areas that may require specialized police presence in order to suppress and curtail crime. The SET Team provides assistance and support to other sections within the Inglewood Police Department.

Personnel / Hours


The SET Team is allotted one Lieutenant, two Sergeants and 17 officers. The SET Team usually works during evening hours, however, due to their overwhelming commitment to the community, their work days and hours vary.

Report a Crime


Anyone wishing to report a non-in-progress problem concerning, crime, gang activity, or suspicious activity in their neighborhood are asked to call the Inglewood Police Department SET Team at 310-412-5550, or the 24-hour anonymous hotline number "888-41-CRIME" (888-412-7463). To report an crime emergency call 911.

  1. James Kirk

    Lieutenant