L.A. Mayor's Office Proposes $4M Cut To LAPD
December 07, 2011
With a $72 million budget shortfall staring Los Angeles city leaders in the face, the mayor's office is proposing a new round of cutbacks, including a $4 million reduction to the Los Angeles Police Department.
City Administrative Officer Miguel Santana, budget advisor to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the City Council, released a financial status report calling for nearly two dozen city agencies to absorb $21 million in reductions, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Specific cuts to police services haven't yet been proposed.
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