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Video: Killings Of Officers Nationwide Taking Toll On Law Enforcement, LA County Sheriff Says

September 15, 2015  | 

VIDEO: Killings Of Officers Nationwide Taking Toll On Law Enforcement, LA County Sheriff Says

“It makes the job that much more difficult” says Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell in responding to the recent deaths of law enforcement officers nationwide.

He sat down with CBS2’s Randy Paige and in a one-on-one interview on Monday night discussed the recent challenges law enforcement officers face.

McDonnell said the recent news was taking its toll on the men and women who continue to put their uniforms on each day and report to work.

He has spent most of his 35 years in law enforcement with the Los Angeles Police Department and says, for him, the hardest part of the job was informing parents when a child has died.

Comments (2)

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UncleMike @ 9/16/2015 7:33 AM

I'm glad I'm retired.
I couldn't be an LEO today.
My Political Correctness ends when my life is threatened......

Robert Shaffer @ 9/18/2015 8:08 PM

What makes life more difficult is body cameras, everyone one else taking your video, and departments that have blank arrest warrants just in case you do something different they arrest you after your watch..

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