Chief Charlie Beck says broken cameras at police stations will get fixed and staff will be better trained on using station surveillance systems.
A report released Monday by the Los Angeles Office of the Inspector General says police surveillance cameras fail to fully capture footage of “critical” incidents.
The Police Commission voted Tuesday to reappoint LAPD Chief Charlie Beck to a second term.
As the police commission gathers to discuss the potential re-election of LAPD Chief Charlie Beck, the veteran lawman will meet with officials in a closed-door meeting Tuesday to discuss allegations of scandal and inaccurate crime statistics.
The first in a series of meetings seeking public comment on a bid by LAPD Chief Charlie Beck for a second term saw a light turnout Wednesday night.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck is responding to accusations of providing special treatment for an officer being disciplined in the department.
Eight Los Angeles police officers who mistakenly riddled a pickup truck with bullets during a manhunt for cop-turned-killer Christopher Dorner last year will be allowed to return to the field.
Los Angeles police officers will begin field testing 60 on-body cameras starting in November as part of a pilot program designed to increase accountability and reduce complaints against officers.
The city Police Commission Tuesday will review the results of a Los Angeles Police Department report that found that the 2009 termination of Christopher Dorner was justified.
LAPD SWAT team officers allegedly used their status to buy specially made handguns and resell them for steep profits, according to a report that will be given to the Los Angeles Police Commission Tuesday.
The city Police Commission today approved a new policy for impounding the cars of unlicensed drivers, allowing offenders who have valid identification, car registration and proof of insurance to avoid a mandatory 30-day impound.
Despite a reduction in violent crime, Los Angeles police say there has been a spike this year in both assaults on officers and officer-involved shootings.
The civilian board that oversees the Los Angeles Police Department has put the brakes on the city’s red-light traffic camera program.
The civilian board that oversees the Los Angeles Police Department has agreed to continue a red-light camera program despite a low ticket collection rate.
A report concludes that the Los Angeles Police Department has improved the way it handles complaints of racial profiling and biased policing.