Court Temporarily Allows LAPD Impound Policy That Makes It Easier For Unlicensed Drivers To Keep Cars
A Los Angeles Police Department policy that makes it easier for unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded after police stops will be temporarily allowed while a state court examines its merits.
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.
Another top law enforcement official has come out publicly in favor of driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck is under fire for throwing his support behind a controversial driver’s license for illegal immigrants.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck says the state of California should issue driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants.
Angry Angelenos are expected to voice their concerns Tuesday night at a meeting of the Los Angeles Police Commission over plans to stop seizing vehicles of unlicensed drivers who are stopped at DUI checkpoints.
Los Angeles police say they are changing rules for impounding cars of unlicensed drivers at sobriety checkpoints, after criticism that the department was targeting illegal immigrants.