Los Angeles Police Department
A man who says Los Angeles police officers beat and kicked him unconscious has filed a lawsuit alleging civil rights violations.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck says violent crime is up 9 percent in the city this year but the overall crime rate has fallen by 3 percent.
Two men have been arrested in connection with the disappearance and murder of a CSUN student from Saudi Arabia.
New allegations of excessive use of force by the Los Angeles Police Department have surfaced after a man, who was recently arrested, claims he was injured by officers.
A report released by the inspector general for the Los Angeles Police Commission on Friday charges that some command officers inflated patrol numbers by adding in “ghost cars” that in reality never left the station.
A Cal State Northridge student from Saudi Arabia who sold his car and stopped attending classes more than a week ago is still missing, police said Saturday.
A Pentagon program that distributes military surplus gear to local law enforcement allows even departments that the Justice Department has censured for civil rights violations to apply for and get lethal weaponry.
Police were seeking a suspect in a dark-green sedan following a shooting late Saturday morning in the 6600 block of Woodman Avenue.
Civil rights leaders Friday called for a “Django Unchained” actress to apologize after claiming Los Angeles Police Department officers racially profiled her.
The family of a black man killed last month by Los Angeles police has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the department and the two officers who shot him.
Detectives have released a composite sketch Monday of a man they say has committed several burglaries, including one that turned violent, in the Hollywood area.
At least one person was taken into custody Friday from a standoff that occurred in a South Los Angeles neighborhood.
The Los Angeles Police Department has confirmed that it is investigating a possible domestic violence case involving USC cornerback Josh Shaw.
An elderly couple Friday was demanding that the Los Angeles Police Department fix their home after officers allegedly unnecessarily damaged it.
Chief Charlie Beck says broken cameras at police stations will get fixed and staff will be better trained on using station surveillance systems.