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Robbery-Homicide Division
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City: Los Angeles
State: California
Type: Police Administration Building

The Robbery-Homicide Division is a division within the Los Angeles Police Department.

Established in 1969 by combining the once separate Robbery Division and Homicide Division, today’s Robbery-Homicide Division is comprised of approximately 110 sworn and civilian personnel. RHD is comprised of five sections (Robbery, Homicide, Special Assault, Cold Case Homicide, and Special Investigation Sections), each under the supervision of a lieutenant and tasked with investigating or providing surveillance support for a wide variety of select crimes that are often high profile in nature.

Parker Center was the home of the Robbery-Homicide Division, located in downtown LA at 150 N. Los Angeles St. Often called "The Glass House", the building was named for former LAPD chief William H. Parker. Originally called the Police Administration Building (PAB), groundbreaking for the center began on December 30, 1952, and construction was completed in 1955. The building combined police facilities that had been located throughout the Civic Center area.

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