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Video: L.A. Deputies Share Story of Rescuing Man Trapped in Burning Car

December 13, 2017
All three deputies, with the assistance of a civilian, used their combined strength repeatedly pulling together in unison and finally managed to pull the driver out through the window as the car became engulfed in flames.

L.A. Deputies Share Story of Rescuing Man Trapped in Burning Car

December 13, 2017
During the early morning hours of May 12, 2016, Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputies Jeremy Carlisle, Zachary Marshall, and Jonathan Schnereger, assigned to the Palmdale Station, saved a man trapped inside of a burning vehicle. In this video they tell the story of the rescue that night. More Here.

LAPD Officer Struck by Vehicle, Seriously Injured at Traffic Stop

December 12, 2017
The officer was conducting a traffic stop on the freeway when he was struck by another vehicle, the Los Angeles Police Department tweeted.

Operation Gratitude Celebrates Two Millionth Care Package for Military

December 12, 2017
As California Highway Patrol lights and sirens heralded the moment, more than 2,100 Operation Gratitude volunteers of all ages and from all walks of life cheered the production of the organization's two millionth care package Tuesday.

Video: Deputies Help CA Girl's Christmas Tree Wish Come True

December 11, 2017
Andrea Rodriguez said her father is the only one working and they didn't have a lot of money. So she wrote a letter to police asking for a Christmas tree for her family. And the deputies delivered.

Deputies Help CA Girl's Christmas Tree Wish Come True

December 11, 2017
An 11-year-old Lynwood, CA, girl wrote a letter asking only for a Christmas tree for her family. She waited outside her home for four days, hoping for someone who could help. Her wish was eventually answered by Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies. More Here.

CA Officer Fatally Shoots Carjacking Suspect

December 8, 2017
San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott released body camera video and street surveillance footage Thursday night that shows Keita O’Neil, 42, jumping out of a stolen minivan and running by a patrol car as the officer fires through the glass window and O’Neil falls to the ground. More Here.

Video: CA Officer Fatally Shoots Carjacking Suspect

December 8, 2017
San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott released body camera video and street surveillance footage Thursday night that shows Keita O’Neil, 42, jumping out of a stolen minivan and running by a patrol car as the officer fires through the glass window and O’Neil falls to the ground.

Officers to Watch Over Homes in Evacuated CA Wildfire Areas

December 8, 2017
Around 300 law enforcement personnel have been assigned to direct traffic and protect homes, both at the site of the Skirball fire and in the San Fernando Valley.

Drones Used to Assess L.A. Wildfire Damage, Look For Hot Spots

December 8, 2017
For the first time, the Los Angeles Fire Department used drones Thursday to help coordinate its battle against a pair of wildfires threatening homes in the city.

LAPD Responds to Southern California Wildfires

December 6, 2017

Officers of the Los Angeles Police Department have been responding to the area's rash of wildfires this week, serving a wide variety of missions.

One of their missions has been to help animals trapped in the fire zones.

Officers from the LAPD's equestrian unit helped rescue horses trapped in the massive Creek Fire in Sylmar.

The Creek Fire started Tuesday morning and has destroyed at least 30 homes and burned nearly 11,500 acres.

Within the city limits LAPD officers responded to the Skirbal Fire, which erupted early Wednesday morning next to the 405 freeway near Mulholland Drive. The Skirball fire has burned nearly 500 acres and destroyed four homes in Bel-Air.

Neither fire is contained.

LAPD Officers Work to Save Animals from Wildfires

December 6, 2017
Officers from the LAPD's equestrian unit helped rescue horses trapped in the massive Creek Fire in Sylmar.

DOJ Denied Request for $3 Million for LAPD Community Policing

December 5, 2017
The U.S. Department of Justice hasn’t said why the LAPD didn’t receive any of the $98 million in grants recently awarded to scores of law enforcement agencies across the nation. But some LAPD officials believe it was retaliation.

Video: LAPD Officers Help Family Struggling With Illness Celebrate Christmas Early

November 30, 2017
As part of "Operation Blue Christmas," an initiative of the Los Angeles Police Protective League, Officer Yesenia Rodriguez and Sgt. Jerretta Sandoz showed up to help a terminally ill mom and her family celebrate the holiday.

LAPD Officers Help Family Struggling With Illness Celebrate Christmas Early

November 30, 2017
Officers with the Los Angeles Police Department provided an early Christmas surprise for the Lopez family at a difficult time. Mother Angelina has cancer and it has aggressively spread to other parts of her body. More Here.

CA Officer Targeted by Mail Bomb, Wife Injured

November 29, 2017
The wife of a Bay Area police officer was injured when a homemade explosive was sent through the United States Postal Service, hand-delivered to their front door, and exploded after the woman opened it. More Here.

Video: CA Officer Targeted by Mail Bomb, Wife Injured

November 29, 2017
The wife of a Bay Area police officer was injured when a homemade explosive was sent through the United States Postal Service, hand-delivered to their front door, and exploded after the woman opened it.

CA Deputy, Suspect Wounded in Tuesday Night Shootout

November 29, 2017
Deputies responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call at apartment complex just after 10 p.m., the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department stated.

Video: LAPD Launches Paid Training Program for High School Grads

November 28, 2017
Through the Pledge to Patrol program – also known as the Associate Community Officer Program or A-COP – more than two dozen high school graduates will be working part-time for the Los Angeles Police Department as a way to train the next generation of police officers.

LAPD Launches Paid Training Program for High School Grads

November 28, 2017
More than two dozen high school graduates will be working part-time for the Los Angeles Police Department and getting paid as part of a new program that aims to recruit and train the next generation of police officers. More Here.
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