A string of fast food restaurants in the San Fernando Valley are voicing their support for LAPD officers amid recent public outcry over officer-involved shootings.
The Los Angeles Police Commission on Tuesday found that one officer acted within policy but another violated it in the fatal close-range shooting of a 25-year-old black man last year.
Police commissioners Tuesday voted in favor of the use of body cameras by LAPD officers despite a growing debate over how such footage would be stored and used.
The Los Angeles Police Commission responded Tuesday to a report Tuesday that found LAPD officers may have used so-called “ghost cars” to boost patrol numbers.
Recent investigations into alleged possible conflicts of interest are unlikely to play a major factor in a decision to renew LAPD Chief Charlie Beck’s contract with the city, a police official said Tuesday.
Dozens of LAPD officers and union leaders Tuesday were on hand to take their contract dispute before the Los Angeles Police Commission.
Southland residents will get their chance Wednesday night to weigh in on Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck’s bid to lead the department for a second five-year term.
Jackson’s retirement from the $150,000-a-year position will take effect June 30.
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The 2020 Commission threw its support behind a minimum wage increase and combining the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to return the region to prosperity.
L.A. police officers tampered with voice recording equipment in dozens of patrol cars in order to avoid having their conversations monitored while on duty, according to reports Tuesday.
Ventura County officials Thursday denied a request for a permit to house five white Siberian tigers for commercial use for filming at a Malibu home.
Los Angeles police officials are getting their first wave of feedback on a pilot program to test the use of body cameras on police officers.
Members of the civilian-based Los Angeles Police Commission are considering a policy shift in how officer-involved shootings are evaluated, according to reports.
Poverty, weak job creation and other issues currently plaguing Los Angeles could leave the city “sinking into the future,” according to a report released Wednesday.