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Murder Case Against LAPD Detective Relies on Bite Mark

February 15, 2012
A forensic expert provided testimony Tuesday in the murder trial of former LAPD Detective Stephanie Lazarus about the bite mark on the victim's arm.

Police Commission Delays LAPD's 'Illegal' Impound Policy

February 14, 2012
The Los Angeles Police Commission has tabled Chief Charlie Beck's new vehicle impound policy that has been declared illegal by the state's legal counsel and drawn the ire of the police union.

If You Can Read This...Please Don't

February 14, 2012
Well, a couple of weeks ago I blogged about the attempted arrest of a Santa Maria (Calif.) Police officer that resulted in his shooting death. I'd like to think that a vast majority of the few thousand—we keep a running tally—who read the piece at least understood where I was coming.

Movie Review: Rampart

February 14, 2012
"Rampart" is another depiction of the evil white-guy cop, played this time by over-the-top Woody Harrelson, and the good black guy played by gangbanger-gone-actor Ice Cube.

LAPD's Chief Defends Impound Policy

February 3, 2012
Under fire from city officials and conservative activists, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck on Thursday defended his controversial plan to stop the immediate impounding of vehicles of unlicensed drivers.

Lenco BEAR & BearCat In Action

January 31, 2012

View our gallery featuring images of Lenco's BEAR and BearCat Armored Rescue Vehicles (ARVs) in use by several law enforcement agencies. Editor's note: This gallery is sponsored by Lenco.

LAPD Detective's Murder Trial Set To Begin

January 30, 2012
Jury selection is scheduled for this week in the trial of a Los Angeles Police detective accused of killing a romantic rival. The trial of former LAPD Det. Stephanie Lazarus is expected to last about a month.

LAPD Gang Detective Suspected of Stealing Drug Money

January 30, 2012
A veteran Los Angeles Police detective has been accused of stealing the property of a drug suspect, while serving an arrest warrant Friday.

LAPD Cracks Down on Drone Use by Real Estate Agents

January 27, 2012
The Los Angeles Police Department is warning real estate agents not to use images of properties taken from unmanned aircraft, saying the flying drones pose a potential safety hazard and could violate federal aviation policy.

LAPD Sergeant Joins City Council As Fourth Officer

January 25, 2012
Sgt. Joe Buscaino becomes the fourth active, retired or part-time LAPD officer on the 15-member council. He joins former Chief Bernard Parks, former motorcycle officer Dennis Zine, and reserve officer Mitchell Englander.

Lead LAPD Detective on Simpson Case Dies

January 23, 2012
Philip Vannatter, the Los Angeles police detective who led the investigation of the 1994 slayings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, has died.

LAPD Tries To Curb Officer Accidents

January 23, 2012
The Los Angeles Police Department is considering new policies to curb officer traffic accidents to lower the number of lawsuits filed against the department.

Occupy: Clearing the Camps

January 23, 2012

In many cases the "Occupy" protestors illegally parlay their First Amendment rights of speech and peaceful assembly into literally taking over public areas for weeks and months, erecting tent cities.

California's Prison Realignment Plan Off To a Terrible Start

January 10, 2012
State leaders might have seen an ideal budget fix in their new law allowing felons with prison terms of six years or less to be housed in local jails and then supervised by local law enforcement agencies, but the past few days have already given us two examples of just how terribly bad this idea will turn out.

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.
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