Los Angeles Police Protective League
Los Angeles Police Department officers have voted down the city’s latest contract offer, their union announced late Friday.
Taxpayers are paying a $750,000 bill every year for the officers, who work at the Los Angeles Police Protective League.
A firearm that once belonged to accused killer Christopher Dorner has been put up for auction by a Las Vegas pawn shop and some critics are none too happy about it.
The Los Angeles Police Department’s new impound policy is expected to go into effect Sunday despite a pending lawsuit by the Police Protective League.
The Los Angeles police officers’ union sued the city and Police Chief Charlie Beck this week over a new policy that allows some unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded for 30 days.
A woman was killed Friday in a fiery hit-and-run collision in Boyle Heights — allegedly by an unlicensed driver — prompting an outcry for the review of current vehicle impound procedures.
Several public safety groups, including the Los Angeles Police Protective League, are fighting a new LAPD proposal that would keep unlicensed drivers from facing a 30-day impound.
The city of Los Angeles and the union that represents police officers have reached a tentative agreement on a new labor contract.
The Los Angeles police union is criticizing how the state classifies former inmates after a parolee was arrested on suspicion of deliberately ramming a stolen van into a motorcycle police officer.