Only On: LAPD Chief Michel Moore Talks About Department's FutureLos Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore said he would continue working to improve the department.
LAPD Chief Moore Says Officers Will Be Held Accountable For Use Of Excessive, Unnecessary Force Against ProtestersCommunity leaders who met with Moore Tuesday said they planned to meet with Sheriff Alex Villanueva on Wednesday to talk about police reform and also call attention to a situation in which deputies beat a man in Compton last week.
Protestors, LAPD Harbor Division March Together For Unity In San PedroLAPD Chief Michel Moore and members of the department's Harbor Division joined protestors Saturday for a march of unity and solidarity in San Pedro.
LAPD Chief's Wife Posts On Facebook About Apparent Trip To Arizona To Visit Salon, Restaurants Despite Local Recommendation Against TravelThe Los Angeles Police Department and Chief Moore refused to comment on the post, stating that they do not talk about the chief's family.
Coronavirus: Los Angeles Sees 23 Percent Drop In Crime, LAPD Chief Michel Moore SaysLos Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said Monday that crime in the city had decreased by 23% this March compared to March 2019 as Angelenos followed the mayor's Safer at Home order to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Facing 'New Era', LAPD Working To Protect Homeless, Officers From COVID-19In an interview Thursday, LAPD Chief Michel Moore said officers have been deployed to shelters citywide to ensure the safety of those currently experiencing homelessness.
Report: Homicide Rate Lowest Los Angeles Has Seen Since 1966The city of Los Angeles got a little bit safer in 2019 according to the Los Angeles Police Department's annual report.
LAPD: Hit-And-Run Fatalities Up 69% In Past 5 YearsWith just one day to go until New Year's Eve, the Los Angeles Police Department held a news conference to talk about deadly traffic accidents — specifically hit-and-run collisions.
Murder Of Nipsey Hussle Was Part Of Week-Long Surge Of Deadly South LA ViolenceIn the last week of March, 26 people across South LA were shot, according to Los Angeles police Chief Michel Moore. Ten of those people have died.
Michel Moore Sworn In As 57th LAPD ChiefMoore, a 36-year veteran of the LAPD was unanimously confirmed just the day before by the Los Angeles City Council.