Los Angeles Police Commission
The Los Angeles Police Commission wants to know – how should police officers use a body camera?
An African-American Los Angeles judge who says he was roughed up and handcuffed by UCLA police has settled his assault and civil rights claim for about $500,000.
The Los Angeles Police Department is facing serious criticism after Chief Charlie Beck overruled the firing of an officer with family ties within the department.
The Los Angeles Police Commission was expected Tuesday to give final approval to accept 8,000 new trauma kits donated to the Los Angeles Police Department by the Los Angeles Police Foundation.
The LA Police Commission recently secured funding to outfit 600 officers with body cameras and says the devices will cut down on lawsuits.
A plan to outfit police officers with body cameras is one step closer to becoming a reality now that the LA Police Commission has reached their fundraising goal.
An audit says the Los Angeles Police Department has been failing to provide first aid and CPR retraining courses for thousands of its officers.
The city has paid out about $110 million in jury awards and settlements for lawsuits that police officers have brought against the police department over a six-year period, according to an audit report released Friday.
Dozens of human rights protestors gathered Tuesday morning to protest charges filed against a community organizer.
The Los Angeles Police Commission Tuesday will consider a proposal to amend the Police Department’s policy of impounding the cars of unlicensed drivers, a plan that has drawn heated rhetoric from both sides of the issue due to its connection with illegal immigration.
The woman responsible for investigating accusations of police misconduct in Los Angeles is resigning after about a year on the job.
The Los Angeles City Council is expected to consider a proposal Friday to keep red-light cameras at 32 intersections for another year.