LA Police Commission To Consider Ban On 'Personal, Profane' Remarks At Public MeetingsThe Los Angeles Police Commission was expected Tuesday to consider a new rule that would allow for the removal of people who make "personal, impertinent or profane remarks" during a commission meeting.
Police Commission Meeting Disrupted By Ezell Ford ProtestersProtesters disrupted a meeting Tuesday of the Los Angeles Police Commission on the one-year anniversary of the Ezell Ford shooting.
'Beginning Of The End' For Lawns? Officials Order Limits On Water Use For Landscaping State officials Wednesday ordered an end to traditional grassy lawns for new homes and businesses as they continue targeting ornamental landscapes as a waste of water.
Van Nuys Fast Food Signs Urge Customers To 'Support Our LAPD'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.
Police Commission: 1 Officer Unjustified In Fatal Shooting Of Ezell FordThe 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.
LA Police Commission OKs Rules For Body CamerasPolice 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.
LAPD Chief: Probe Found No Evidence Of So-Called 'Ghost' Patrol CarsThe 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.
Beck Allegations Unlikely To Sway Police Commission Vote 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.
LAPD Officers Reject Proposed City Contract Denying RaisesDozens of LAPD officers and union leaders Tuesday were on hand to take their contract dispute before the Los Angeles Police Commission.
LAPD Chief Beck To Face Public's Comments In Bid For Second TermSouthland 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.
State Parks Director Announces He's Quitting After Just 19 Months On The JobJackson's retirement from the $150,000-a-year position will take effect June 30.
Angelenos To Weigh In On LAPD Chief Beck's Bid For 2nd TermWant to tell the Los Angeles Police Commission what you think of Chief Charlie Beck?