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LAPD Officers Who Alleged Ticket Quotas Awarded $2 Million

April 12, 2011  | 

A pair of Los Angeles Police officers were awarded $2 million by a jury for their allegation that supervisors retaliated against them after they complained about ticket quotas.

Here's an excerpt from the Los Angeles Times:

Howard Chan and David Benioff, both veteran motorcycle officers with the department's West Traffic Division, sued the department in 2009, alleging that they had been punished with bogus performance reviews, threats of reassignment and other forms of harassment after objecting to demands from commanding officers that they write a certain number of tickets each day, according to the suit.

Read the full story at LATimes.com.


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