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How Different LA City Councilmembers Are Looking At LAPD Cuts

Los Angeles is one of many cities across the country that is taking a look at how it can re-imagine law enforcement in the wake of national protests over police brutality, and in the last couple of weeks we’ve started to see proposals and plans materializing that not only call for significant reallocation of funds normally earmarked for the Los Angeles Police Department, but also some that provide specifics on how those funds would be used. Over the weekend, the city legislative analyst’s office released a report saying that LAPD officer ranks would need to be cut below 10,000.