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California Department Sees Setback in Effort to Get TASERs
New LAPD Chief Michel Moore Sworn In
It’s Been an Honor and a Privilege

It’s Been an Honor and a Privilege

Several themes emerge as I look back on my own small piece of that history. They are things that I wish I understood better when I was younger on the job. They are also things that I hope those who come after me can find of some service as they continue the work that I am leaving behind.

June 22, 2018

New LAPD Chief is 36-Year Veteran Michel Moore

New LAPD Chief is 36-Year Veteran Michel Moore

Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Monday afternoon that he has named Assistant Chief Michel Moore to be the next Los Angeles police chief, replacing retiring Chief Charlie Beck. More Here. 

June 4, 2018

Video: New LAPD Chief is 36-year Veteran Michel Moore

Video: New LAPD Chief is 36-year Veteran Michel Moore

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has chosen Michel Moore, a 36-year LAPD veteran known for his mastery of subjects from crime statistics to budgets, to be the city’s next police chief, sources familiar with the decision said Monday.

June 4, 2018

One of These Three Men Will be Next LAPD Chief

Robert Arcos would be the first Latino police chief of the city. Bill Scott, who left the LAPD to lead the troubled San Francisco Police Department, is African American. Michel Moore, whose father was a Basque immigrant, was already in the top echelons of the LAPD when the other two candidates were appointed to their first station commands.

May 18, 2018

Video: 3 Candidates Vying for LAPD Chief Job, Newspaper Reports
3 Candidates Vying for LAPD Chief Job, Newspaper Reports
Ashes Thrown on LAPD Chief at Meeting
Video: Ashes Thrown on LAPD Chief at Meeting
Next LAPD Chief Faces Long List of Challenges

Next LAPD Chief Faces Long List of Challenges

He or she will face calls to: Reduce crime. Increase transparency. Build trust in police. Motivate officers. Crack down on problem officers. Tackle homelessness. Curb shootings by police. Put more officers on the streets. Stay away from immigration enforcement. Continue police reforms.

March 8, 2018

Justice Department Sues California Over Sanctuary Policies

Justice Department Sues California Over Sanctuary Policies

“California, we have a problem,” Sessions told a crowd of about 250 law enforcement officials from the California Peace Officers Association at a meeting in the state's capital city. “A series of actions and events has occurred that directly and adversely impact the work of our federal officers.”

March 7, 2018

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