Los Angeles Police Department

Chief: Rookie Whose Gun Was Fired In Off-Duty Shooting No Longer With LAPDA rookie police officer whose weapon was found in the hallway of an apartment complex in Culver City no longer works for the Los Angeles Police Department, according to police Chief Charlie Beck.
LAPD, Culver City Police Investigating Officer's Off-Duty Discharge Of GunAn investigation is underway Tuesday into a Los Angeles Police Department officer after a bullet that allegedly came from his gun was fired into the wall of a Culver City apartment.
Police Brutality Protest To Cause Rolling Closures Through Downtown LAAbout three dozen people gathered outside LAPD headquarters for a march that was scheduled to end at Sixth and San Pedro streets.
LAPD To Pay Tribute To Late 'Adam-12' Star Martin MilnerActor Martin Milner, whose portrayal of Officer Pete Malloy on the “Adam-12” television series that helped shape the public’s perception of the Los Angeles Police Department, will be honored today at the department’s headquarters.
Police Search For 3 Suspects In Connection With Fatal Winnetka StabbingA pedestrian was stabbed to death in Winnetka just after midnight on Saturday morning in a crime that police believe to be related to a robbery that occurred 15 minutes earlier.
1 Dead In Granada Hills Car and Big-Rig CrashA crash on Thursday night involving a big rig and a passenger vehicle in Granada Hills has killed one person, the LAPD said.
Tow-Truck Driver Killed In Sun Valley Crash  A tow-truck driver was struck and killed by a motorist early Saturday morning in Sun Valley.
Police Search For Missing Special Olympics AthletePolice on Sunday are asking for the public’s help in searching for a missing Special Olympics athlete from Albania.
Cartoonist Ousted By Los Angeles Times Speaks OutAfter the LAPD accused political cartoonist Ted Rall of lying in a blog post he wrote in the Los Angeles Times in May, the Times decided this week it will no longer publish work from the award-winning cartoonist. Now, Rall is calling out the Times for taking the police department's word over his own.
LAPD Officers Say Commission's Ezell Ford Ruling Hasn't Influenced Their Policing"[Officers] will be out in the streets and they will be doing their jobs," LAPD Sgt. Barry Montgomery.
Even With Law Enforcement Under Fire, LAPD Continues To Attract Prospective OfficersWith 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.
Emotional Memorial Held In Downtown LA To Honor Fallen LAPD OfficersHundreds of people gathered at a memorial ceremony on Thursday to pay tribute to LAPD officers killed in the line of duty.
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