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LAPD Officers Reject City's Contract Proposal

July 14, 2014
"There is a deep-seated frustration and anger among the officers caused by their low pay, working conditions, a disciplinary system that is viewed as biased and unfair, and their perception that management is unreceptive to their problems," Izen added.

Former LAPD Recruits Win Lawsuit Over Department

July 11, 2014
A judge Thursday upheld a jury’s award of more than $2 million apiece to five former Los Angeles police recruits who were denied the temporary city jobs they sought while recovering from injuries suffered during training at the police academy.

LAPD Stops Honoring Some Federal Immigration Detention Requests

July 8, 2014
The Los Angeles Police Department is no longer heeding federal immigration requests to hold inmates who might be deportable past their jail terms unless a judge has vetted the request, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Monday alongside a cheering crowd of immigrant advocates.

LAPD Union Reaches Tentative Labor Agreement with City

July 3, 2014
Late Tuesday, the City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Police Protective League approved a tentative contract proposal covering more than 9,900 LAPD officers. The next step of the process is for the League to take the tentative agreement to the membership for a ratification vote.

5 LAPD Officers Hospitalized After Investigating Drug Lab

June 23, 2014
Five LAPD officers were hospitalized after breathing in toxic fumes at a drug lab believed to be producing the drug DMT.

5 LAPD Officers Hospitalized After Investigating Drug Lab

June 23, 2014

Five Los Angeles police officers were hospilized after breathing in toxic fumes while investigating a drug lab in Van Nuys. The officers are part of the Los Angeles Interagency Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime Task Force. They were treated for inhalation of the fumes and released from the hospital.

Video: L.A. Gunman Surrenders After SWAT Standoff, High-Speed Pursuit

June 10, 2014
A man armed with what appeared to be a semi-automatic rifle surrendered after an hours-long standoff in North Hollywood that followed a high-speed pursuit on Southern California freeways.

LAPD Looks to Add Civilian Bike Patrol

June 10, 2014
The Los Angeles Police Department Devonshire Division plans to start a volunteer bicycle patrol team aimed at reducing crime in the northwest San Fernando Valley.

L.A. Gunman Surrenders After SWAT Standoff, High-Speed Pursuit

June 10, 2014

A man directed his rifle at officers during a high-speed pursuit, pulled over, ran through a neighborhood, and climbed onto the roof of a house. He barricaded himself inside the house until surrendering to LAPD SWAT hours later. Read Story Here.

Most LAPD Officers Don't Live in Los Angeles

June 9, 2014
Only 21% of LAPD employees live in Los Angeles, and 16% of Fire Department workers call the city home, according to the analysis of city data showing where workers receive their paychecks.

Duty Dangers

May 30, 2014

If you really want to gain some insight into all the hazards you face on the job—both the felonious and the non-felonious variety—then all you have to do is read the newsletters that we send via e-mail to you several times per week.

Video: SLA Shootout with LAPD on May 17, 1974

May 16, 2014
On May 17, 1974, three months after the kidnapping of Patricia Hearst, a bunch of gun-wielding members of a group called the "Symbionese Liberation Army" barricaded themselves inside a house in Los Angeles, Calif., and began firing hundreds of rounds of ammunition at the police.

Rihanna Cracks iPhone, LAPD Cadet Program Benefits

May 16, 2014
Pop star Rihanna donated $25,000 to the L.A. Police Foundation after she dropped and broke the iPhone of L.A. Police Commission President Steve Soberoff while attempting to snap a selfie with him. But the LAPD Cadet Program received even more money.

Video: SLA Shootout with LAPD on May 17, 1974

May 16, 2014

On May 17, 1974, three months after the kidnapping of Patty Hearst, armed members of the "Symbionese Liberation Army" barricaded themselves in a house in Los Angeles, Calif., and began firing at the police, reports The Daily News. Read Story Here.

LAPD Shaken by 5 Officer Deaths

May 15, 2014
It's hard not to notice the LAPD in mourning. Blue ribbons are tied to trees outside police stations and onto antennas on black-and-white patrol cars.

Los Angeles to Install Street Signs Honoring Fallen Officers

May 9, 2014
Since the department's inception, 207 officers have made the "ultimate sacrifice," Mayor Eric Garcetti said at an event marking Police Memorial Week.

LAPD: Hit and Run that Killed Officer was Intentional

May 9, 2014
At one point, the Camaro made a sharp U-turn. The police cruiser did the same. And that's when it was broadsided by a Chevy Tahoe that had been following the police car.

Driver Pleads Not Guilty to Killing LAPD Officer in Hit-And-Run

May 8, 2014
The 20-year-old man charged with murder in connection with a hit-and-run crash that killed a Los Angeles police officer and injured another pleaded not guilty in his first court appearance Wednesday.

Video: Dashcam Captured Dorner Ambush of Riverside Officers

May 6, 2014
Dashcam footage released this week by the Police Foundation shows that Riverside, Calif., officers Michael Crain and Daniel Tachias were ambushed by Christopher Dorner before they knew the former LAPD officer had attacked two LAPD officers some 20 minutes earlier in nearby Corona.

Jury Awards More Than $12 Million to Injured LAPD Recruits

May 6, 2014
A jury Monday awarded more than $12 million to a group of former Los Angeles police recruits who were forced out of the LAPD after suffering injuries in the department's training academy.
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