Los Angeles Police Department
“[Officers] will be out in the streets and they will be doing their jobs,” LAPD Sgt. Barry Montgomery.
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.
Hundreds of people gathered at a memorial ceremony on Thursday to pay tribute to LAPD officers killed in the line of duty.
The Los Angeles Police Department remains on Blue Alert Tuesday morning in wake of the violence in Baltimore prompted by the death of a man in police custody.
Police Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday he believes an officer charged with using excessive force during an October arrest committed a “criminal act,” and he personally urged the district attorney to file charges.
An Inglewood man was arrested and jailed Friday in connection with a series of shootings that killed one man and injured four people Thursday afternoon in the Palms area of West Los Angeles.
A homeowner was injured late Friday night after two men and a woman invaded his family’s house in Exposition Park and stole cash, authorities said.
Hundreds of body cameras have been delivered to the Los Angeles Police Department, and are expected to be put in use starting this summer, officials said Tuesday.
A University of California freshman who was last seen at a fraternity party at USC early Saturday morning has been reported missing.
A retired Los Angeles Police Department detective pleaded not guilty Friday to charges of possession and distributing child pornography.
The Los Angeles Police Department has released the names of a sergeant and two officers who shot and killed a homeless man on Skid Row in a videotaped confrontation that prompted several protests.
The union representing Los Angeles Police Department officers has approved a proposed labor agreement with the city that would provide cost-of-living salary increases over the next five years.
Several people were detained at the scene. At least two more suspects are being sought, police said.
When law enforcement officers from around the U.S. visit the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles for training these days, they are faced with a choice between entering a door marked “prejudiced” and another marked “unprejudiced.”
Los Angeles police report that a missing 11-year-old girl was found safe Saturday afternoon, but a 16-year-old is in an unrelated case is still missing.