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Southern California has a long and troubled history when it comes to policing. I explore a continuing disconnect between law enforcement officers and the communities they serve, look at when reforms have worked and where and why tensions remain. I'm always examining whether justice is being served.
Stories by Frank Stoltze
Many agencies refuse to report such information, leaving an incomplete picture of police killings around the country.
The division is expanding in response to a spike in crime. In this unit, cops don't answer calls for help — they roll around looking for suspicious activity.
LAPD investigators said they believed the assaults took place on and off campus, dating back to the end of 2013.
The study by the Public Policy Institute of California looks at the effect of locking up criminals for shorter periods of time.
Amid a growing national debate about police misconduct, a Century City lawyer is looking for investors in police abuse lawsuits.
Amid a roiling debate about policing in America, the LAPD makes a small return to the oldest form of policing: walking the beat.
Paul Tanaka, who once ran operations at the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, "perpetuated a gang-like mentality among some in rank and file," an FBI official said.
A biennial count report due out Monday is expected to show a rise in the homeless in Venice, where an unarmed homeless man was killed by police this week.
A standing-room-only crowd of Venice residents vented over the police shooting of Brendon Glenn, 29, an unarmed homeless African-American man.
There were several officer-involved shootings in the L.A. area Tuesday, resulting in two suspect fatalities and one suspect being hospitalized in critical condition.
A ride to the police station or jail can involve being thrown around in the back seat of a police car, according to some activists.
The fatal shooting of Charly Keunang, an unarmed black man, caught national attention amid an ongoing debate over police use of force.
Officers will be allowed to review video before providing an account of why they used force against someone. The video won't be public, according to Beck.
President calls deaths of several black men by police in Baltimore and other cities "a slow rolling crisis" that should prompt "soul searching" in America.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck would allow officers to review video before being interviewed by investigators after a shooting. The policy is silent on when the public should see video.