Our Board of Directors ...


The Westminster POA

Board Members

The Westminster Police Officers' Association currently consists of both sworn and civilian full-time personnel representing the Westminster Police Department. The Association has existed since 1955. Our collective goal is to continuously build a bridge between law enforcement, residents, and businesses in an effort to resolve an reduce local crimes.

  • President: Kyle Seasock
  • Vice President: Kees Davis
  • Secretary: Cyn'd Moranville
  • Treasurer: Kellee Wells
  • President: Kyle Seasock

    Bio coming soon.
  • Vice President: Kees Davis

    Officer Davis graduated from the Goldenwest College Police Academy in the summer of 2008 and started his law enforcement career with the city of Westminster as a Reserve Police Officer. After six months as a Reserve Police Officer he was hired on as a full time sworn police officer. Officer Davis is currently assigned to the traffic division as a motor officer and is serving his first term as WPOA Vice President.
  • Secretary: Cyn'd Moranville

    Cyn’d has been working for the Westminster Police Department for the past 25 years, as a Police Service Officer. She has served as in the Traffic Bureau where she investigated serious traffic collisions, including fatalities. Most recently Cyn’d has been assigned to the Patrol Division as the Desk Officer, documenting a variety of criminal and non-criminal cases.
  • Treasurer: Kellee Wells

    Kellee began working at Westminster Police Department in 1998 as an intern assigned to the Forensic Services Unit. She later transferred to the Property and Detective division while earning her BA in English Literature. Kellee continued her employment and was hired on as a full time as a Records Specialist. After three years in that position, Kellee moved back to the property division where she continues to work today. Over the last 7 years Kellee have served 2 terms on the California Association of Property and Evidence (CAPE) board of directors for the Orange County Chapter and is currently serving as Treasurer for the Westminster Police Officer’s Association.

Board of Directors

Nick Jezulin

Officer Jezulin graduated the Orange County Sheriff's Academy in August 2014 and has been with the Westminster Police Department for about 2 years. He currently is assigned to the Patrol Division and is trained as a Tech Officer on the BAIT Team Program. This is Officer Jezulin's first term on the WPOA board.

Bryan Cramer

Officer Cramer has been in law enforcement for 5 years, having begun his career with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LASD), before coming to Westminster. While at LASD, Ofc Cramer worked as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff on patrol at Century station in Lynwood and as a Deputy Sheriff Generalist at Twin Towers Correctional Facility in downtown Los Angeles. Ofc. Cramer came to the Westminster Police Dept. and currently works as a patrol officer.

Scott Gump

Sgt. Scott Gump started his career in 1998 as he was a member of the WPD Explorer Post and was later hired as an intern. He became a police officer with WPD in 2005 and has worked as a Detective, Field Training Officer, SWAT Team member, Rangemaster, Explorer Advisor, Corporal and was promoted to Sergeant in 2016. He has been a WPOA board member for 3 years and is the director of the WPOA Hoops basketball league where Westminster Police Officers coach youth in our community.

Kyle Seasock

Kyle has been employed by the Westminster Police Department for the past 15 years. He is currently mid-term on his first term on the board and is also an active participant in the PAC. Kyle is currently assigned to the Detective Division.

Officer Marcela Lopez

Officer Lopez graduated the Goldenwest Police Academy in September 2014. Officer Lopez is currently assigned to Patrol. She is also trained as a Tech Officer on the Bait team. This is Officer Lopez’s second term as a director on the WPOA.

Sgt. Eddie Esqueda

Sgt. Eddie Esqueda has worked for the Westminster Police Department since June of 2000. During that time he has held numerous positions including: Patrol, SWAT Operator, Field Training Officer, TARGET Gang Detective, DEA Major Narcotics Task Force Officer, and Corporal. As a Sergeant, Eddie has been assigned to Patrol as a Field Supervisor and Watch Commander. He is currently assigned as the Professional Standards Unit supervisor and this is Eddie’s first term serving on the WPOA Board.