Police Chief Charlie Beck
The letters are addressed to so-called “multiple arrestees,” described as someone living in the LAPD’s Mission Station area who was arrested more than once last year.
Family members claim LAPD officers did not need to open fire on Brian Beaird, a disabled veteran who was killed Friday after leading police on a high-speed pursuit. Police Chief Charlie Beck spoke about the investigation Monday and insisted events that night may have appeared more threatening from an officer’s perspective.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck disagrees with a jury who awarded a disabled man $1.6 million in damages in connection with a handcuffing incident that left the victim with permanent nerve damage.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will honor two LA police officers at a White House ceremony Saturday.
CBS2 Investigates Whether Husband Of High-Ranking City Official Received Preferential Treatment From LAPD
A CBS2 investigation reveals that the husband of a high-ranking City of L.A. official was given preferential treatment from the LAPD after his car was impounded.
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.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck honored the three police officers Friday who helped take down the Hollywood shooter last week.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is evicting the Occupy L.A. protesters from the City Hall lawn, ordering them to move by Monday.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa joined city officials in speaking out against California’s plan to move state prisoners to local jails to relieve overcrowding.
The General Manager of the Los Angeles World Airports, Gina Marie Lindsey, was the highest paid city employee, earning an annual salary of $326,856. Police Chief Charlie Beck was a near second, earning $307,291 per year.
Attacks on police officers have increased dramatically, both nationally and locally, and some LAPD officers think they can explain the trend.
A civilian commission has rejected a recommendation from Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck and ruled that officers were not justified in the fatal shooting of an unarmed autistic man last year.