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.
Pranksters could soon pay the price—literally—for “swatting” celebrity homes.
The Los Angeles Police Department is doing some soul searching on racism in the ranks.
The tracking program for suspicious activity reports known as SARS has some concerned about information the LAPD gathers and stores.
The city has agreed to give $40,000 to two women whose pickup was shot up by LAPD protection detail during the hunt for rogue ex-cop Christopher Dorner.
The attorney of two women who were mistakenly shot by Los Angeles police officers during the hunt for Christopher Dorner said an offer to replace the victims’ bullet-riddled truck comes with strings attached.
Authorities were grappling Monday with how to respond to a website that posted what appears to be private financial information about top government officials and stars.
A prominent Los Angeles civil rights attorney said Friday she will conduct an independent review of former Los Angeles police officer Christopher Dorner’s firing.
A number of former Los Angeles Police Department officers want their termination cases reopened in the wake of an investigation into Christopher Dorner’s controversial allegations against the force.
Eight Los Angeles police officers who mistakenly shot newspaper delivery women while guarding a target of fugitive ex-cop Christopher Dorner remain out of the field pending an internal investigation.
A 71-year-old woman who was mistakenly shot by LAPD officers during the manhunt for quadruple murder suspect Christopher Dorner is not recovering as well as doctors hoped.
An attorney representing two women accidentally hit by police gunfire during the hunt for a fugitive ex-police officer said he expects the city of Los Angeles to pay his clients for their trauma or else face a federal lawsuit.
Civil rights attorney Connie Rice said relations between the LAPD and Angelenos could be damaged in the face of racism allegations against the department made by triple homicide suspect Christopher Dorner.
The two women who were mistakenly shot by LAPD officers searching for triple murder suspect Christopher Dorner Thursday said they had no warning beforehand, according to the victims’ lawyer.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck Thursday made a heartfelt plea to triple murder suspect Christopher Dorner to turn himself in to police before there’s any more bloodshed.