Sgt. A.J. DeBellis, who joined the LAPD in 1990, filed a complaint Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court alleging discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
LAPD’s SWAT team, K-9 units and other elite divisions gathered at Dodger Stadium Wednesday for inspection from their top commander.
Eight Los Angeles police officers who mistakenly riddled a pickup truck with bullets during a manhunt for cop-turned-killer Christopher Dorner last year will be allowed to return to the field.
A California appeals court has issued a stay allowing a Los Angeles police policy that makes it easier for unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded.
Family, neighbors and friends spent much of Friday dropping flowers, candles and cards in front of Joseph Gatto’s Silver Lake home.
Chief Charlie Beck says last Friday’s fatal shooting pointed to a weakness in surveillance equipment.
The Los Angeles Police Department wants to cut down the number of non-emergency 911 calls.
Police Commission President Steve Soboroff said Tuesday that he has privately raised roughly half the $1 million he says is necessary to equip 1,500 Los Angeles Police Department officers with lapel cameras.
The LAPD Academy graduation, held Friday morning in Elysian Park, saw 23 men and six women graduate.
A 13-year-old girl was honored Thursday for thwarting a would-be kidnapping last year and saving a 4-year-old from certain harm.
Los Angeles police are seeking the public’s help in finding the gunman who ambushed two LAPD officers Tuesday morning.
Margie Carranza and her mother, Emma Hernandez, had reached a settlement with the city in April after filing claims for personal injuries, legal costs, medical bills and emotional damage.
An internal review by the Los Angeles Police Department has concluded that rogue ex-cop Christopher Dorner was justifiably fired.
Los Angeles officials announced Monday that the city’s weekend gun-buyback event resulted in the surrender of more than 1,000 guns.
Dozens of former Los Angeles Police Department officers who asked to have reviews of their terminations in the wake of the Christopher Dorner case may have little to no chance of getting their jobs back.