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Report Finds LAPD’s Use of Deadly Force Increased Last Year
June 21, 2018
There were 44 police shootings in 2017, compared to 40 in the previous year, according to an annual report prepared by the LAPD ... read more »
New LAPD Chief  Shares His Policing Vision with South L.A. Black Leaders
June 21, 2018
Continuing his meet-and-greets around the city, new LAPD Chief Michel Moore stopped by the L.A. Sentinel on June 19 and heard about the pressing policing concerns from South Los Angeles African American community representatives. ... read more »
Alleged Homeless ‘Dumping’ by Sheriff’s Department Under Examination
June 15, 2018
The incident, which occurred on West 25th Street in San Pedro on Jan. 30, was shown by Buscaino on a large screen inside the council chamber and also posted to his YouTube and Facebook accounts. The councilman said the man was a "clear 5150 patient'' -- the term refers to an involuntary psychiatric hold -- and that the incident occurred a few blocks over the border from Rancho Palos Verdes, which is patrolled by the LASD. ... read more »
‘When They Call You a Terrorist’ a Black Lives Matter Memoir by Patrisse Khan-Cullors with asha bandele, Foreword by Angela Davis Book Review
May 11, 2018
Although the African American community appreciated her efforts, the same couldn't be said for the LAPD which labeled Patrisse a terrorist and fabricated a flimsy excuse to conduct a SWAT team raid of her apartment. All of the above is revisited in riveting fashion in When They Call You a Terrorist, a fascinating combination autobiography and blow-by-blow account of the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement. ... read more »
Young Scores High Marks in Education and Law Enforcement
May 3, 2018
The career path of Ann E. Young has come full circle. Starting out as a teacher for six years, she switched to law enforcement for 35 years and then returned to education instructing college students. ... read more »
Knife-Wielding Suspect Killed in Officer-Involved Shooting at Crenshaw Mall
April 12, 2018
On Tuesday, April 10, LAPD officers responded to reports of knife-wielding suspect at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza. Officers responded around 5:45 p.m.to a report of a man with a knife at the mall at 3650 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., according to Officer Mike Lopez of the Los Angeles Police Department. F ... read more »
Wesson, Price, Harris-Dawson and Sentinel host LAPD Town Hall   
April 12, 2018
Community Gives Voice on Selection of LA’s Next Police Chief  ... read more »
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck, Actor Forest Whitaker to Receive Honorary USC Degrees
April 12, 2018
Multiple recipients to receive honorary degrees at USC's 135th commencement ceremony next month ... read more »
Knife-Wielding Suspect Killed in Officer-Involved Shooting at Crenshaw Mall
April 10, 2018
Police shooting at the local mall results in one death. ... read more »
Community Recycling/Clean Up Event
March 29, 2018
The event was so well organized and received by residents that nearly 1,000 community members took advantage of the service. ... read more »
L.A. Starts Social Media Campaign to Highlight LAPD Diversity
March 1, 2018
The campaign also includes information about the LAPD application and recruitment process, and highlights the different career paths ... read more »
Woman with Erb’s Palsy Claims LAPD Officers Participated in Beating Her
February 22, 2018
According to Zennea Foster, soon the situation escalated resulting in one of the officers repeatedly punching her in the face and other parts of her body. ... read more »
Community Says Farewell to LAPD Lieutenant II Natalie Doster Gipson
December 28, 2017
She had helped hundreds of employees promote, sworn and non-sworn, inside LAPD and employees with outside agencies. ... read more »
Overnight Front Desk Closures at Los Angeles Police Stations Begin Tonight
December 1, 2017
While the front desk will be closed, the station will remain open with a phone system installed at the front door to alert officers in case of someone in need of assistance. ... read more »
Mayor Welcomes Inaugural LAPD Diversity Program Class
November 30, 2017
The initial 26-member class is more than 50 percent female and represents 22 communities across Los Angeles County, according to Garcetti's office. ... read more »
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