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Sacramento Chief Asks City to Delay Mandated Release of Video from February Shootout

March 21, 2017
In the first test of a new policy requiring the release of video in officer-involved shootings, Sacramento police Tuesday will ask the City Council for permission to withhold footage from a February gunfight between three officers and a parolee.

Off-Duty CHP Officer Fatally Shoots Home Intruder

March 20, 2017
An off-duty California Highway Patrol officer shot a would-be intruder and held him at gunpoint until Redding, CA, Police officers could arrive.

Video: Suspect Opens Fire on Deputies at CA Sheriff's Station

March 20, 2017
A man is dead after he initially had entered the sheriff's station to register as a sex offender and then opened fire on deputies in the parking lot early Monday morning.

Suspect Opens Fire on Deputies at CA Sheriff's Station

March 20, 2017
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said the suspect, only identified as a man in his 40s, had entered the sheriff's station to register as a sex offender before he later opened fire in the parking lot at about 7:15 a.m. More Here.

Armor Express Awarded Body Armor Contracts from San Francisco PD and Sheriff's Department

March 20, 2017
Central Lake Armor Express Inc. has been awarded a new, two-year contract with the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) and San Francisco Sheriff's Department (SFSD) to provide its Vortex IIIA Gen 2 ballistic vest.

L.A. Sheriff Opposes "Sanctuary State" Bill, Says It Will Hinder Law Enforcement

March 17, 2017
Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell has come out in opposition to a so-called “sanctuary state” bill that would bar state and local policing agencies from using resources for immigration enforcement, according to a letter obtained by The Times.

CA Deputy Shot at Gas Station, Suspect Apprehended Hours Later

March 16, 2017
The man suspected of shooting a San Bernardino County, CA, sheriff's deputy was apprehended hours after the incident occurred early Thursday morning at a gas station in Hesperia, authorities said.

Former Los Angeles Sheriff Found Guilty of Obstructing Federal Investigation

March 15, 2017
Lee Baca, the once powerful and popular sheriff of Los Angeles County, was found guilty Wednesday of obstructing a federal investigation into abuses in county jails and lying to cover up the interference.

CA Officers Use Firehose to Prevent Man from Burning Himself Before Fatal OIS

March 13, 2017
An Orange, CA, police officer fatally shot a man Sunday night after officers used a fire hose to force the man from his vehicle, according to police and video of the confrontation. More Here.

Video: CA Officers Use Firehose to Prevent Man from Burning Himself Before Fatal OIS

March 13, 2017
An Orange, CA, police officer fatally shot a man Sunday night after officers used a fire hose to force the man from his vehicle, according to police and video of the confrontation.

Jury Awards LAPD Detective $1.5 Million in Retaliation Case

March 7, 2017
Jamie McBride, an outspoken leader of the union that represents Los Angeles Police Department officers, won $1.5 million Monday in a lawsuit alleging that his supervisors retaliated against him.

LAPD Officers Shoot, Kill Man Armed with Large Metal Pipe

March 6, 2017
Los Angeles police shot and killed a man armed with a large metal pipe Saturday about 12:30 p.m. in downtown, authorities said.

Video: LAPD Officers Shoot, Kill Man Armed with Large Metal Pipe

March 6, 2017
Los Angeles police shot and killed a man armed with a large metal pipe Saturday about 12:30 p.m. in downtown, authorities said.

Public Officials' Work-Related Personal Email Public Record, CA Supreme Court Rules

March 3, 2017
Texts and emails sent by public employees on their personal devices or accounts are a matter of public record if they deal with official business, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a unanimous decision.

Gang Member Charged with Killing California Officer

March 2, 2017
A 26-year-old man suspected of killing a Whittier, CA, Police officer and shooting another after allegedly killing his cousin hours earlier has been charged with capital murder, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday.

LAPD Honors Heroes of North Hollywood Shootout on 20th Anniversary

March 1, 2017
“And with that series of broadcasts to that chaos and initial terror began an incident that ended with a true demonstration of the character of this organization that we call the Los Angeles Police Department — a demonstration of valor,” said Capt. Donald Graham, commander of the North Hollywood Division.

CA Officer Tackles Man Swinging Bat at Police Station

February 28, 2017
A bat-wielding man was taken into custody Monday morning after he threatened civilians and bystanders at the West Covina Police Department and was tackled by an officer, officials said.

Convicted CA Cop Killer Recommended for Parole

February 27, 2017
The man convicted of killing San Diego Police Officer Archie Buggs has been granted parole suitability once again.

Video: Fleeing Suspect Arrested In Connection With Death of CHP Motor Officer

February 24, 2017
A man suspected of being the subject of a pursuit that resulted in the death of a California Highway Patrol motorcycle officer Wednesday night has been arrested.

Fleeing Suspect Arrested In Connection With Death of CHP Motor Officer

February 24, 2017
A man suspected of being the subject of a pursuit that resulted in the death of a California Highway Patrol motorcycle officer Wednesday night has been arrested.
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