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New officers join Pleasanton PD

Billups moves up from Los Angeles; Olson shifts from Brisbane

Shown at socially distanced swearing-in ceremony are Officer Luke Olson (left) and Officer Del Vaughn Billups (right). Photo courtesy of PPD.

The Pleasanton Police Department recently welcomed two new officers to its force, both transferring to Pleasanton from other California departments.

Taking part in a socially distanced swearing-in ceremony last month were Officer Del Vaughn Billups and Officer Luke Olson.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Billups had been a deputy-sheriff since 2012 with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. He is a graduate of the King/Drew Magnet High School of Medicine and Science.

Olson, a Sonoma County native, worked for the Brisbane Police Department for the past six years. He graduated from Santa Rosa Junior College with a dual associate's degree in criminal justice, and social and behavioral sciences.

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New officers join Pleasanton PD

Billups moves up from Los Angeles; Olson shifts from Brisbane

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Mon, Sep 14, 2020, 2:44 pm

The Pleasanton Police Department recently welcomed two new officers to its force, both transferring to Pleasanton from other California departments.

Taking part in a socially distanced swearing-in ceremony last month were Officer Del Vaughn Billups and Officer Luke Olson.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Billups had been a deputy-sheriff since 2012 with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. He is a graduate of the King/Drew Magnet High School of Medicine and Science.

Olson, a Sonoma County native, worked for the Brisbane Police Department for the past six years. He graduated from Santa Rosa Junior College with a dual associate's degree in criminal justice, and social and behavioral sciences.

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