L.A. City Council Votes Unanimously To Crack Down On Street Racing PromotionL.A. City Council will voted on a motion Monday morning, unanimously agreeing to crack down on street racing and the promotion of street races - with potential for fines of up to $1,000.
Reckless Female Driver Leads Officers On Chase From San Diego To Santa ClaritaThe woman was finally arrested on the 5 Freeway near Magic Mountain.
Volunteers Get High For Police Training On How To Spot Pot UsersMarijuana users joined forces with police officers in Santa Ana Monday night for an unusual educational experience that could save lives.
California Lawmakers Vote For Stronger Immigrant ProtectionsLawmakers in the California Assembly have voted to strengthen protections for immigrants in the country illegally who are victims or witnesses of crimes.
Thousands Rally To Support Asian Officer Found Guilty Of Manslaughter In Shooting Death Of Unarmed Black ManPeter Liang said the shooting was a tragic accident.
Tarantino Says His Statements On Police Brutality Were A 'Misrepresentation'A coalition of law enforcement unions are calling for a boycott of Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film, “The Hateful Eight,” in protest against a statement he made describing people killed by police as murder victims.
Disturbing Viral Video Showing LAPD Officer Being Stalked Rattles Law EnforcementThe footage posted on social media begins with a Los Angeles police officer getting out of his patrol car, followed by a shot of a handgun held by the person shooting the video.
Sheriff's Commander Shares A Glimpse At The Heart Behind The Badge"I have heard mothers crying over their murdered children and felt against my face many victims’ last breath."
California Legislators To Consider Police Push For Use Of DronesCalifornia law enforcement agencies are looking to fly drones as an affordable and efficient way to monitor crime scenes, pursue suspects and search for lost hikers.
Even With Law Enforcement Under Fire, LAPD Continues To Attract Prospective OfficersWith law enforcement agencies across the country under fire over allegations from excessive force to racial profiling, there are still quite a few people hoping to make a difference as a police officer.
Communities Outraged By Police Violence, Officers Concerned For Safety Following SoCal AttacksIt has been a difficult week for law enforcement in Southern California, leaving several communities aware of police violence and many officers concerned for their safety following recent attacks.
Civil-Rights Groups Insist Police Are Becoming Too MilitarizedThe news has been punctuated by images of police aiming rifles at marchers in Ferguson, Missouri, setting off a national debate about the use of force among officers. Dave Bryan examines local law enforcement, which has quite a collection of military-style weapons.
CHP Officers Begin Strict Enforcement Today For Long Holiday WeekendCalifornia Highway Patrol officers announced Thursday that they will be out in full force patrolling the roadways for the Fourth of July weekend.
Garcetti Backs Beck's Decision To Lighten Penalty For Nephew Of Former Deputy ChiefBeck lightened a penalty for Shaun Hillman, the nephew of former LAPD Deputy Chief Michael Hillman and son of a retired LAPD officer who was accused of pulling a gun on a man at a bar in Norco in 2012.
San Bernardino County Prosecutors Defend Deadly Force In Dorner ShootoutDozens of law enforcement officers in San Bernardino County were justified in using deadly force in a shootout that killed former LAPD officer Christopher Dorner last year, prosecutors said Tuesday.