With law enforcement agencies across the country under fire over allegations from excessive force to racial profiling, there are still quite a few people hoping to make a difference as a police officer.
It has been a difficult week for law enforcement in Southern California, leaving several communities aware of police violence and many officers concerned for their safety following recent attacks.
The news has been punctuated by images of police aiming rifles at marchers in Ferguson, Missouri, setting off a national debate about the use of force among officers. Dave Bryan examines local law enforcement, which has quite a collection of military-style weapons.
California Highway Patrol officers announced Thursday that they will be out in full force patrolling the roadways for the Fourth of July weekend.
Beck lightened a penalty for Shaun Hillman, the nephew of former LAPD Deputy Chief Michael Hillman and son of a retired LAPD officer who was accused of pulling a gun on a man at a bar in Norco in 2012.
Dozens of law enforcement officers in San Bernardino County were justified in using deadly force in a shootout that killed former LAPD officer Christopher Dorner last year, prosecutors said Tuesday.
SKY2’s Gordon Spencer reports a person walked in with the package or substance at approximately 5:05 p.m. Monday.
A Diamond Bar family was involved in a scary home invasion robbery Sunday evening, according to authorities.
City of Carlsbad Police Department spokesperson Jodee Sasway told CBSLA officers arrived to the store located at 2557 El Camino Real at 9:07 a.m. following a report of a robbery.
A group of third-graders in West Hills Tuesday honored war veterans, law enforcement and firefighters for their heroic service and sacrifice.
Thirty-nine-year-old John Del Real was killed in front of his house on East 17th Street September 26.
Cities and counties across California will receive nearly $20 million in federal grants to help hire more than 100 new law enforcement officers, officials said Tuesday.
The Fontana Police Department reports a male driver crashed into another vehicle at Arrow Route and Tokay Avenue before possibly fleeing on foot.
West Valley LAPD officers were able to stop two suspects driving from Reseda into Northridge in a white pick-up truck after a successful PIT maneuver.
The FBI is on the hunt for the so-called “Foothills Bandit.”