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With Valley murders on the rise, LA leader pushes for LAPD report on gangs

LA Daily News

With the San Fernando Valley experiencing a significant increase in homicides over the last two years, a City Council committee on Monday advanced a motion that would direct police to prepare a report on gang activity west of the 405 Freeway.

Eagle & Badge was a proud particpant in the 2nd Annual Run to Remember

The Eagle & Badge Foundation was proud to participate in the 2nd annual Run to Remember Los Angeles on February 12th starting out at The Grove.

City approves $1.5M settlement in lawsuit over police shooting of Ezell Ford


The City Council approved a $1.5 million payment Wednesday to settle a lawsuit filed by the parents of Ezell Ford over his fatal shooting by police in South Los Angeles.

End of Watch Memorial Wall & Trailer at Run to Remember 2017

The Eagle & Badge Foundation's End of Watch Memorial Wall & Trailer will be on site at the Run to Remember 2017 on Sunday, February 12th at The Grove -- the Marathon begins at 7am. We are honored to participate in this special event, recognizing those who have fallen in the line of duty.

City Council approves ballot measure that could put more civilians on LAPD discipline panels

LA Times

The Los Angeles City Council took the final step Tuesday toward putting what has become an increasingly controversial measure on the May ballot that, if passed by voters, could give civilians a greater role in disciplining the city’s police officers.

L.A. Councilman Mike Bonin unveils plan to put more cops in neighborhoods

LA Times

The complaints that Los Angeles City Councilman Mike Bonin fields from his constituents often revolve around one of three topics: traffic, homelessness or the need for more police officers.

More than 100 LAPD officers filed claims over mold, other health hazards at South L.A. station

LA Times

Soon after Donna Wheeler became a detective at the Southeast Community Police Station, which serves Watts and surrounding areas, she started having trouble breathing.

LAPD Officer Heather Monroe honored at funeral

LA Daily News

Mourners gathered Thursday amid gray, weeping skies to pay last respects and celebrate the life of Los Angeles police Officer Heather Monroe, who was killed in an off-duty traffic collision early New Year’s Day.

Online Fundraising Effort Started for Motorcycle Officer Critically Injured in Crash


An online fundraising effort was started Wednesday for a motorcycle officer who was critically injured in a crash while responding to a hit-and-run collision that left a pedestrian dead in Pomona.

Off-duty LAPD officer killed in New Year's morning crash in Simi Valley

LA Times

An off-duty Los Angeles police officer was killed overnight when two cars, including one being used as an Uber, crashed in Simi Valley, authorities said.

Officers killed in the line of duty rose in 2016


Ambushes in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and other shootings around the country led to a sharp increase in the number of police killed in the line of duty this year.

LAPD deputy chief’s move to San Francisco will be a ‘big loss’

LA Daily News

The news that Deputy Chief William Scott, a 27-year veteran of the police force, was chosen as the San Francisco police chief was viewed Tuesday as a loss for Los Angeles by his admirers, who include colleagues and even a critic of the department.

Mayor Lee picks William Scott, LAPD veteran, as SF police chief

SF Chronicle

Mayor Ed Lee plans to announce Tuesday that he is hiring a veteran Los Angeles deputy police chief to lead the San Francisco force as it implements broad changes in the wake of several shootings of African Americans and Latinos, according to City Hall sources.

Ambush Shootings of Police Officers Reach Highest Total in Decades

The Trace

Doubling up on patrols and donning body armor, cops are taking precautions that could complicate crime prevention and community relations.

60 law enforcement officers fatally shot this year, 20 in ambushes, report says

Fox News

A total of 60 law enforcement officers have died in firearms-related incidents in 2016, marking a 67 percent increase since 2015, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund reported.

Police officers 'keenly aware' they are targets for violence


Officials say one-third of officers shot to death on the job this year were purposely targeted by their assailant.

LAPD union blasts department’s response to Trump protests, saying officers were ‘overwhelmed’

LA Daily News

The Los Angeles Police Protective League, the union representing LAPD officers, says insufficient police staffing levels during last week’s protests of President-elect Donald Trump endangered officers and the public.


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Man accused of killing 2 Palm Springs officers faces death penalty

LA Times

The man accused of killing two Palm Springs police officers during an ambush-style attack will face the death penalty, Riverside County Dist. Atty. Mike Hestrin announced.

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