Crime & Justice
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A new report finds images of more than half of adults living in the US are stored in a series of police facial recognition databases, in many cases without any prior contact with police.
Monday marks the 145th anniversary of the Chinese Massacre, when vigilantes tortured and hanged at least 18 Chinese men and boys in LA's Chinatown.
Police say the man, who was holding a knife, was shot when he advanced on the officer in the city's Naples area.
The ongoing debate over whether police should be called to school campuses is being renewed by a new ACLU of CA study.
In fewer than 90 days, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck’s department must propose specific ways to increase transparency after officer-involved shootings.
Authorities say Muhanad Badawi and Nader Elhuzayel concocted a scheme for Elhuzayel to fly to the Middle East to fight for the Islamic State.
It was supposed to be a community town hall with L.A. County's top prosecutor engaging in a Q&A with community activists and residents. It wasn't.
Thousands of people gathered Tuesday to remember a rookie police officer just back from maternity leave and a veteran only months away from retirement who were shot to death.
The $4 million deal prosecutors cut with SoCal Gas cut out residents' claims for restitution, their lawyer says. They are challenging the agreement.
Terrence M. Cunningham, president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, said the history of policing has had dark periods, including times when law enforcement officers “have been the face of oppression for too many of our fellow citizens.” Take Two hosts a roundtable discussion to hear reactions.
Deputy Kimberly Alexander says deputies are looking for a second suspect in the 2 p.m. Monday shooting at a smoke shop.
Another person has died in the hospital following the shooting in a makeshift restaurant early Saturday morning.
On Tuesday the Board of Supervisors is set to vote on a motion to contract with a private firm to expand care for medium-security inmates with serious mental illness.
Two Jamaican nationals will be booked on suspicion of murder for their alleged role in a shooting that left three people dead and 12 wounded.
Police say two persons of interest are in custody but they do not know yet what led to the shooting. The injured are said to be in conditions ranging from critical to stable but serious.