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License plate scanners and predictive policing: A conversation with LAPD Chief Charlie Beck




Police Chief Charlie Beck joins Larry to talk about BAC limits, Dorner, plate scanning, and racial profiling.
Police Chief Charlie Beck joins Larry to talk about BAC limits, Dorner, plate scanning, and racial profiling.
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Today we’re having our monthly check in with the chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, Charlie Beck, on a host of topics, including the reward decision for fugitive Christopher Dorner, the department’s lawsuit with ACLU over the use of data collected by license plate scanners attached to LAPD cruisers, accusations from USC students that police treated black and white students differently when breaking up parties near campus, and more.

Do you have a question for Chief Beck? Type it in the comments box or call in.

Guest:
Charlie Beck, Chief of Los Angeles Police Department