After being a finalist for LAPD chief in 2009 only to see the job go to Charlie Beck, Michel Moore has been selected to succeed Beck by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Moore, a 37-year veteran of the force, runs the LAPD's day-to-day patrol operations as first assistant chief, the number two at the department behind Beck, who's stepping down June 27. Moore, 54, has held nearly every top job at the department, overseeing everything from the budget to personnel to special operations.
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Connie Rice, civil rights lawyer and co-founder of the Urban Peace Institute, an advocacy group that works towards community safety and fair policing; she is on the board of KPCC trustees
Frank Stoltze, KPCC criminal justice and public safety issues correspondent who’s been following the search for the new LAPD Chief; he’ll be speaking to Moore and Mayor Eric Garcetti later today on the new appointment
Craig Lally, president of the Los Angeles Police Protective League, the union that represents LAPD officers