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One-Fifth of Officers Slow to Turn on Body Cameras in Use-of-Force Incidents
July 22, 2021
Officials told the Los Angeles Police Commission that while 96.3% of officers involved in use of force incidents during a one-year period activated their body-worn cameras, nearly 20% of them did so late and inconsistent with department policy. ... read more »
Report Finds Broad Racial Disparities in LAPD Stops
October 29, 2020
Investigators looking into hundreds of thousands of police actions last year have found racial disparities across a broad group of traffic stops in Los Angeles, officials said. ... read more »
Police Commission Wants Review of ‘Predictive Policing’ by Inspector General
July 27, 2018
Two groups that are frequently critical of the Los Angeles Police Department -- the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition and the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California -- frequently have members speak during the public comment section of commission meetings and offer their opinions, but were formally granted time Tuesday to outline their opposition to many of the department's programs that use data to impact policing efforts. ... read more »
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