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LAPD Suspends Cadet Programs at Stations Where Teens Accused of Stealing Police Cruisers

June 19, 2017
In a widening investigation of the Los Angeles Police Department’s cadet program, Chief Charlie Beck on Sunday announced he has suspended training for cadets at the 77th Street Division and Pacific Division, where three cadets arrested on suspicion of stealing police cruisers were based.

Video: LAPD Cadets Stole Police Cars, May Have Impersonated Officers, Chief Says

June 15, 2017
Three teenagers who were enrolled in the Los Angeles Police Department's cadet program stole three police cruisers along with stun guns, radios and a bulletproof vest during a string of thefts then ended in a pair of car chases late Wednesday night, according to Police Chief Charlie Beck.

Man Reportedly Steals Officer's Truck, 'Torches' It

November 25, 2015
Jailhouse tips led authorities to a man suspected of stealing a Hammond (WI) Police Department officer's personal vehicle containing his service pistol, badge, and other police equipment from a parking lot.

Fatal Montana OIS Ruled Justified

November 7, 2013
A coroner’s jury found Wednesday that Billings Police Officer Dave Punt was justified when he shot and killed Daniel Brawley on Jan. 6. Read Full Story Here.
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