LAPD Chief Charlie Beck
The mother of a 25-year-old man who was fatally shot by two Los Angeles Police Department officers spoke out on Tuesday in wake of the one-year anniversary of her son’s death.
Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck confirmed Wednesday the department has an ongoing investigation into Bill Cosby, but it is unrelated to a deposition released this week, in which the comedian admitted to getting drugs for women with whom he wanted to have sex.
“[Officers] will be out in the streets and they will be doing their jobs,” LAPD Sgt. Barry Montgomery.
Activists and police officers are growing increasingly worried about the outcome of the Ezell Ford investigation.
Board President Steve Soboroff told CBS2/KCAL9’s Erica Nochlin he’s angry about the leaks in the investigation.
Officials Monday announced that 746 firearms were taken off the street in a Gun Buyback program.
The program, which has taken over 13,000 weapons off the streets in its six years of existence, is set to begin again on Saturday, when the LAPD and City Hall will team up once more as part of the city’s Gang-Reduction and Youth Development program.
With Mayor Eric Garcetti’s announcement on Tuesday that Los Angeles Police Department officers would start wearing body cameras in 2015 comes questions on how the video would be used.
The autopsy on a man who was shot by two police officers in South Los Angeles will be made public by the end of the year, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Thursday.
The Police Commission voted Tuesday to reappoint LAPD Chief Charlie Beck to a second term.
An off-duty LAPD officer allegedly was recorded getting into an argument with a group of African-American men and slinging racial slurs and now some officers and city officials want to know why he hasn’t been fired.
A surfer who was shot at by police during the manhunt for rogue ex-cop Christopher Dorner has filed a lawsuit against a Los Angeles suburb and its police department.
A man was arrested during the city’s sixth gun buyback event over the weekend after showing up at a drop-off location with a homemade pipe bomb.
A judge Wednesday threw out a multi-million dollar lawsuit filed by the family of 19-year-old Abdul Arian, who was killed by Los Angeles police in a pursuit that ended on the 101 Freeway in Woodland Hills in April 2012.
A husband and wife who serve with the LAPD and were targeted by Christopher Dorner broke their silence about being placed under police protection during the manhunt.