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Video: 2 Officers Injured in Los Angeles Crash

August 4, 2014
Two Los Angeles Schools police officers were rushed to the hospital after colliding with a dump truck in Sun Valley on Friday. Police authorities are reporting the officers' injuries are serious, but not life-threatening.

2 Officers Injured in Los Angeles Crash

August 4, 2014

Two Los Angeles Schools police officers were rushed to the hospital after colliding with a dump truck in Sun Valley on Friday. Police authorities are reporting the officers' injuries are serious, but not life-threatening. The investigation into the crash is ongoing. Read Full Story Here.

Video: A Guide to Police Motorcycles

October 15, 2013
We're living in a Golden Age for police motorcycles. Law enforcement agencies have plenty of quality options, and more cycles may be on the way. We picked three motor officers in Southern California to profile three widely used cycles.

L.A. Schools Move Away From Zero-Tolerance Policies

September 4, 2012
In a decisive step away from the zero tolerance policies of the 1990s, Los Angeles school police have agreed to stop issuing citations to truant students and instead refer them to city youth centers for educational counseling and other services to help address their academic struggles.

L.A. School Cop Gets Five Years for Hoax

December 14, 2011
The Los Angeles school police officer who staged a shooting hoax that resulted in a massive police manhunt in the San Fernando Valley was sentenced to five years in county jail today. He will likely serve a fraction of that time.

L.A. School Officer Charged with Four Felonies In Shooting Hoax

March 10, 2011
Charges include perjury, filing a false insurance claim, preparing false evidence and filing a false police report in connection with the Jan. 19 hoax, the Los Angeles District Attorney announced.

Jeffrey Stenroos: Crying Wolf

March 8, 2011

The Jeffrey Stenroos case is the law enforcement version of the "Boy Who Cried Wolf." And as every schoolchild knows, crying wolf when there isn't one is a good way to get eaten.

School Officer Who Faked Shooting Could Face Felony Charges

March 7, 2011
Los Angeles Police detectives have recommended felony charges against Los Angeles School Police Officer Jeffrey Stenroos for staging a shooting hoax that triggered a massive manhunt.

Detectives Skeptical of School Officer's Hoax Story

February 1, 2011
A source told the newspaper the bruising on Officer Jeffrey Stenroos' chest is not consistent with a gunshot at close range.

L.A. School Officer Admitted Faking Shooting

January 28, 2011
Officer Jeff Stenroos is charged with suspicion of filing a false police report, and the president of the Los Angeles Police Protective League said the incident is an "embarrassment to law enforcement."

LAPD Continues Search for School Officer's Shooter

January 25, 2011
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck has said the suspect is white, in his 40s, wears a ponytail and is believed to be from the local area.

Reward for Los Angeles School Officer's Shooting Bumped to $100K

January 21, 2011
The reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the gunman who wounded a school police officer in Woodland Hills has been increased to $100,000 with a contribution from the Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL).

Ballistic Vest Saves Los Angeles School Officer

January 19, 2011
Officer Jeff Stenroos, 30, was wearing a ballistic vest at the time of the incident and was conscious and talking after being shot Wednesday morning as he confronted a suspect who appeared to be breaking into vehicles near El Camino Real High School.
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