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SDPL Valencia Park/Malcolm X Branch Library & Performing Arts Center says
Join in the discussion! Our panel will feature:

Detective Sergeant Benjamin Kelso
Detective Kelso is a senior investigator in the San Diego Police Department Internal Affairs Unit. He has over 26 years of experience in law enforcement and is an adjunct instructor at the University of San Diego teaching Law Enforcement Leadership & Community Engagement. Kelso is serving in his third term as President of the San Diego Black Police Officers Association (San Diego Chapter of the National Black Police Association). As the SDBPOA local chapter president, Kelso is directly responsible for member recruitment and retention, community relations, budget, and is the organization’s liaison to the Chief of Police.

Ruben Gutierrez
Mr. Gutierrez, President of the National Latino Peace Officers Association, San Diego Metro Chapter (NLPOA), an organization committed to promoting equality and professionalism in law enforcement. The NLPOA bridges the gap between law enforcement and the communities they serve through awareness programs, training, charitable giving, and service. Mr. Gutierrez is a long time member of the San Diego Police Department where he has worked in many communities of San Diego. A proponent of cultural diversity, accountability, and transparency, he has worked feverously to build strong relationships with citizens and local law enforcement while protecting and serving justly.

Sergeant Al Ambito
Sergeant Ambito is currently managing the San Diego Police Department’s Multi-Cultural Community Relations Office. He is also the President of the San Diego Pan Pacific Law Enforcement Association (PANPAC), which is one the most diverse law enforcement associations in San Diego. Sergeant Ambito’s mission is to bridge the gap between law enforcement and the community by providing speakers/translators to serve as liaisons for the police and various cultural communities. PANPAC also promotes equality and diversity within the police department. Sergeant Ambito also serves on the Police Chief’s Advisory Board as a liaison to the Asian-Pacific Islander and East African Communities.

RSVP to mxstaff@sandiego.gov (please put in subject line Police at Malcolm X) or 619-527-3405.
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