By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – In a new report, the Los Angeles Police Department admits that they need a better system for tracking the use of projectiles and for dealing with the rise of independent journalists.

The report is related to a March protest in Echo Park in which 182 people were arrested on charges of failure to disperse.

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Clashes between protestors and police that day had to do with the closure of Echo Park Lake and the clearing of homeless encampments.

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LAPD’s report also blamed the city for a lack of park rangers, claiming that rangers could’ve prevented some of the problems by preventing the encampment from growing so large.

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The Police Commission will review the report further at a Tuesday meeting.