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LAPD's Air Support Division

January 4, 2012

The LAPD Air Support Division is the largest municipal airborne law enforcement organization in the U.S. and operates from the LAPD Hooper Heliport. The helicopter crews assist with thousands of arrests, pursuits and crimes in progress each year. The LAPD's airborne law enforcement program began with one helicopter in 1956. Today, the Air Support Division is the largest municipal airborne law enforcement operation in the world and logged more than 18,000 flight hours in 2011. Photos courtesy of the LAPD's Air Support Angel's Foundation.

Mission Go Bag

December 30, 2011
SOTech's combination of the Mission Go Bag and Mission Pack-Expedition have proven themselves on the streets of L.A. with LAPD and LASD.

LAPD Chief Loosens Car Impound Rules for Illegals

December 15, 2011
Chief Charlie Beck is also complying with state law by adopting the new policy, which allows the driver to call someone with a valid license to drive the vehicle away from the scene.

Anonymous Leaks Personal Data of LAPD Brass

December 8, 2011
The hacker group @CabinCr3w sent out a Twitter message Dec. 5 that police said provided information on officers' backgrounds, home addresses, campaign contributions, property records, and in some cases, the names of family members, including children.

L.A. Mayor's Office Proposes $4M Cut To LAPD

December 7, 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.

Video: Police Clear Occupy Camps In L.A., Philly

November 30, 2011
Police cleared out the nation's largest remaining Occupy camps by early Wednesday in Los Angeles and Philadelphia, arresting more than 250 and avoiding the more violent confrontations in New York, Oakland, and Portland.

Rough Occupy L.A. Arrest

November 30, 2011

Video footage surfaced Wednesday showing showing the rough arrest of a man in the Occupy L.A. camp who is seen shouting at officers in a combative posture.

Who Are You?

November 29, 2011

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department produced this parody in the 1980s, after LAPD officers detained two plainclothes deputies.

L.A. Under Tac Alert, Occupiers Seek Court Order to Stay

November 28, 2011
The Los Angeles Police Department declared a citywide tactical alert early Monday, as officers continued to try to peacefully remove Occupy Los Angeles protesters from City Hall property.

Video: Avoiding Blue on Blue Arrests

November 28, 2011
These are legitimate concerns, especially from an officer safety angle. After all, take-over robbery suspects have been known to don raid jackets or flash badges as a means of gaining entry into victims' houses.

Mass Arrests of Occupiers Mark 'Day of Action' In NYC, L.A.

November 18, 2011
New York and Los Angeles police officers arrested hundreds of Occupiers Thursday on the two-month anniversary of the demonstrations that had been labeled the "day of action."

LAPD Air Support Division Launches Online Store

November 16, 2011
The Los Angeles Police Department's Air Support Division has launched an online store to offer air-support memorabilia. All proceeds from merchandise sold on the site go to the Air Support Angel's Foundation, which is a certified non-profit organization.

LAPD Officer Headed To Runoff for Council Seat

November 11, 2011
Los Angeles Police Officer Joe Buscaino collected the highest vote count in a special election to fill an open City Council seat, but must face the runner-up in a runoff election in January.

L.A. Pays Fired Cop $3.2 Million In OT Claim

November 3, 2011
The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday agreed to a $3.2 million settlement for Officer Richard Romney, an 18-year veteran who alleged he had been forced out of the department through retaliation.

Stolen LAPD SWAT Guns Hit Black Market

October 31, 2011
Just three of the 30 guns stolen from a Los Angeles Police SWAT training facility have been recovered and have likely been sold or traded on the black market.

Grim Sleeper Serial Killer Helped LAPD Detectives Link Victim To Him

October 31, 2011
Los Angeles Police detectives now believe the Grim Sleeper serial killer called 911 after killing one of his victims, leaving a voice recording that ultimately helped connect him to the murder.

Onion Field Cop Killer: Coming Together for Justice

October 25, 2011
The members of the Los Angeles Police Protective League are extremely gratified that the California Board of Parole hearings recommended against granting a compassionate release from prison to Gregory Powell, the infamous "Onion Field" cop killer.

LAPD Cops Wound Machete Attacker, After Taco Truck Joyride

October 24, 2011
Los Angeles Police officers wounded a machete-wielding man who slashed a patron at a taco truck, took the truck on a joyride, and shook off an attempt to subdue him with a stun gun.

California's 'Realignment' Toward Higher Crime

October 21, 2011
To soften the blow to local law enforcement and communities, California politicians are calling one of the largest criminal-justice shifts in state history a "realignment." Sadly, it appears the state's politicians are realigning California toward higher crime, potentially reversing years of declining violent crime.

LAPD SWAT Weapons Stolen from Training Facility

October 17, 2011
A cache of Los Angeles Police Department submachine guns and handguns was stolen last week from a secured building used by the department's SWAT unit, raising fears that the weapons, which police had altered to fire only blanks, could be converted back to lethal use.
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