Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Champion of the Community Earl C. Paysinger Dies at 64
By Niele Anderson - Digital Editor
Published December 16, 2019

Earl C. Paysinger,  former Los Angeles Police Department ranking officer and bridge builder between law enforcement and the black community has died. Several news sources are reporting that he died from lung cancer. He was 64.

Paysinger currently held a position at the University of Southern California as the vice president for civic engagement.

LAPD Police Chief  Michel Moore tweeted:


More details about the life and legacy of Earl C. Paysinger will be available in this week’s Los Angeles Sentinel, on news stands Thursday.

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