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DOJ Denied Request for $3 Million for LAPD Community Policing

The U.S. Department of Justice hasn’t said why the LAPD didn’t receive any of the $98 million in grants recently awarded to scores of law enforcement agencies across the nation. But some LAPD officials believe it was retaliation.

December 5, 2017

Video: LAPD Launches Paid Training Program for High School Grads

Video: LAPD Launches Paid Training Program for High School Grads

Through the Pledge to Patrol program – also known as the Associate Community Officer Program or A-COP – more than two dozen high school graduates will be working part-time for the Los Angeles Police Department as a way to train the next generation of police officers.

November 28, 2017

LAPD Launches Paid Training Program for High School Grads

LAPD Launches Paid Training Program for High School Grads

More than two dozen high school graduates will be working part-time for the Los Angeles Police Department and getting paid as part of a new program that aims to recruit and train the next generation of police officers. More Here.

November 28, 2017

Video: LAPD Chief Decries Captain's Accusation of Phony Crime Statistics
LAPD Chief Decries Captain's Accusation of Phony Crime Statistics

LAPD Chief Decries Captain's Accusation of Phony Crime Statistics

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck forcefully denied Tuesday that his department had falsified violent crime statistics and dismissed the allegation by a captain that the LAPD misled the public as "not only untrue, but outrageous." More Here.

November 8, 2017

LAPD Captain Says City's Crime Stats are Manipulated

A Los Angeles Police Department captain has accused high-ranking members of the force of misclassifying violent crime and misleading the public about the true state of lawbreaking in the city.

November 6, 2017

L.A. Sues Federal Government Over Threats to Withhold Funds

Marking the latest legal challenge to the Trump administration's crackdown on "sanctuary cities," Los Angeles is suing the U.S. Department of Justice over its policy of conditioning federal funds on cooperation with immigration agents.

October 3, 2017

Video: Homicide Suspect in CA OIS Streamed Shootout on Facebook

Los Angeles Voters Pass Disciplinary Flexibility Measure for Police

Los Angeles police officers facing disciplinary hearings will have a choice of appearing before an all-civilian review board or a panel that includes two command-level officers, thanks to voters’ approval of a ballot measure condemned by critics as a weakening of the LAPD’s disciplinary system.

May 17, 2017

LAPD Chief Says He Will Risk Federal Funding to Avoid Immigration Enforcement by Officers
LAPD Deputy Chief Named New San Francisco Chief

Entire Session of Los Angeles Police Commission Focuses on Racial Profiling

On Tuesday, the city’s civilian police commission took the unorthodox step of devoting its entire weekly meeting to the topic of biased policing, as department brass spoke to commissioners and a packed crowd of residents inside City Hall about a 143-page report, which looks at how the LAPD and other agencies investigate allegations of biased policing.

November 15, 2016

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