New questions are being raised Friday about the Los Angeles Police Department’s in-car cameras after an audit found that supervisors aren’t spot-checking the videos properly to monitor officer conduct.
A new inspector general to oversee and monitor the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was officially approved by the Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
The method by which police tally officer-involved shootings could soon undergo changes after an inspector general report found a sharp rise in the number of such incidents.
The woman responsible for investigating accusations of police misconduct in Los Angeles is resigning after about a year on the job.
The California prison system’s independent inspector general says the state improperly freed more than 450 dangerous criminals without supervision last year as part of a controversial program designed to reduce prison populations and cut costs.