Crime & Justice
The Dallas shootings have amplified fears around safety, both for families of law enforcement members as well as protesters still pushing for police reform.
Police officers across Southern California are wearing black bands across their badges to mourn the deaths of five of their colleagues in Dallas.
Police say 12 officers were shot Thursday night; five of them died. One suspect is dead after an hours-long standoff in downtown Dallas.
Lorne Ahrens, one of the police officers killed in the Dallas shooting, worked at the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department from 1991 to 2002.
Snoop Dogg and Compton rapper, The Game, are just the latest artists to use their celebrity to call attention to the rash of police violence.
KPCC used documents from the LA District Atty.'s Office to track the number of people shot by LA County law enforcement during a five-year period.
The killing of five Dallas police officers on Thursday night weighed on the minds of many people who came to see their family members and friends graduate from the Police Academy.
"The eyes of the world are on you. Every camera, every cell phone, is taking your picture. You should not have to have a camera or cell phone to make you do the right thing."
Los Angeles attorney Nana Gyamfi takes a controversial stance in the wake of the Dallas Police shooting, insisting the killings won't sidetrack black activists.
L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell and retired police captain Greg Meyer discuss the reaction to Dallas from local law enforcement officials.
Four Dallas law enforcement officers were shot and killed, and seven others and one civilian wounded by two snipers at the end of a march and rally in downtown Dallas.
A pair of fatal shootings by police, both with graphic cell phone footage and just 24-hours apart, has brought further criticism of law enforcement practices.
The L.A. County Sheriff's Department will no longer report to the public whether individual shootings are judged in or out of policy, following union objections.
A man with a knife refused to comply with the officers' verbal commands, according to an advisory. He then reportedly advanced toward officers with a knife and was shot.
The controversial death of two black men thousands of miles away at the hands of police officers have resonated with some Los Angeles residents.
The men were trying to drive black people out of a public housing complex in the Boyle Heights area near downtown, prosecutors said.