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Mar 16, 2010

Germs left behind when a crook touches something could be a clue, even without fingerprints

LA Times

Warning to criminals: Rubbing out your fingerprints may no longer be enough. Your germs could still give you away.

Mar 16, 2010

New Orleans shooting cover-up: The worst type of police corruption

Pajamas Media

It has been nearly five years since Hurricane Katrina ravaged the city of New Orleans. In that time, neighborhoods have been rebuilt, businesses reopened, and, perhaps most importantly, civic spirit reawakened. And, in what some believe was the very hand of Providence at work, even the once lowly Saints won the Super Bowl just in time for Mardi Gras.

Mar 16, 2010

Traffic fatalities continue to decline

LA Times

The number of traffic fatalities on California highways continues to decrease, mirroring a national trend attributed in part to stepped-up traffic enforcement, anti-drunk driving campaigns and even the lackluster economy, officials say.

Mar 16, 2010

Sherman Oaks attorney nominated to L.A. Police Commission

LA Daily News

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Monday nominated Sherman Oaks resident Richard Drooyan, an attorney with a long history of police reform, to the Los Angeles Police Commission.

Mar 15, 2010

State unable to gauge effectiveness of prison rehab

California Watch Blog

Last January, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation unveiled an overhaul of parole and rehabilitation programs to satisfy a court order to drastically reduce the inmate population.

Mar 14, 2010

Cutting to the core

LA Times Editorial

Faced with a budget crisis, Los Angeles must decide: What kind of city do we want to be?

Mar 13, 2010

Jim McDonnell sworn in as Long Beach police chief

Long Beach Press-Telegram

The city celebrated the swearing-in of its new police chief Saturday, a chief who vowed to honor old traditions while looking for new ways to make a great police force even better.

Mar 12, 2010

Baca running unopposed for fourth term, official says

LA Times Blog

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca will not be opposed in his bid to win election to a fourth term, a department spokesman said Friday.

Mar 12, 2010

Hot pursuit: Competition heats up for police cars

Associated Press

Ford Motor Co. wants to remain the top gun in the U.S. police car market with a new cruiser due out next year, but its competitors are in hot pursuit.

Mar 11, 2010

State corrections officials defend new law, say violent criminals will get heavier monitoring

LA Times blog

State corrections officials questioned Thursday claims by the L.A. police union that the recent arrest of a man with a long criminal history showed shortcomings in a new law designed to ease prison overcrowding.

Mar 10, 2010

Study: Law officers struggle to readjust after war

Associated Press

Many law enforcement officers called up to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan are bringing home heightened survival instincts that may make them quicker to use force.

Mar 10, 2010

LAPD Transfers Personnel From Film Industry Duties

LA Weekly

During a week in which Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the City Council pledged to keep movie and television productions from fleeing L.A. for cheaper locales, the Los Angeles Police Department announced it was transferring "several" employees from a film-permit unit in order to fill budget-needy gaps elsewhere in the department.

Mar 10, 2010

State Supreme Court to review body armor ban

LA Times blog

The California Supreme Court decided Wednesday to review a state law that prohibits convicted felons from owning body armor.

Mar 10, 2010

Pink slips for city workers coming soon

Daily News

The cash-strapped city of Los Angeles will hand out pink slips to 15 employees by the end of this week, it was revealed Wednesday. They represent the first batch of 1,000 layoffs ordered by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa this fiscal year, which ends June 30.

Mar 10, 2010

LA officials outline expected service cuts due to budget crunch

Daily Breeze

With the city of Los Angeles facing budget shortfalls of almost $700 million over the next 16 months, officials Wednesday outlined expected service cuts ranging from fewer potholes filled and streets swept to fewer inspectors on duty.

Mar 10, 2010

Parolee with 19 arrests underscores dangers of new parole law, L.A. police union says

LA Times blog

The union representing Los Angeles police officers said Wednesday that a parolee with 19 arrests and four convictions underscores how laws meant to ease prison overcrowding could pose a serious -- and ongoing -- threat to public safety.

Mar 10, 2010

Schwarzenegger orders change in parole file policy

LA Times

The governor wants documents on paroled sex offenders maintained indefinitely. The change was made after a lawmaker sought the file of a suspect in the Chelsea King case. It had been destroyed.

Mar 10, 2010

L.A. council considers deactivating 10 ambulances at night

LA Times

A decision is postponed after a man tearfully recalls how his father died of a heart attack and amid confusion about how the plan to save $20 million would affect response times.

Mar 9, 2010

Cash-strapped Los Angeles wary of scaring off business

Wall Street Journal

Los Angeles is struggling to raise money and cut costs to fill a $200 million budget gap that could force thousands of layoffs and drive the city into bankruptcy. But last week, the city decided to forgo $3.4 million in revenue as it slashed taxes for Internet companies.

Mar 9, 2010

LAPD officer gets robbed

The Signal

Sheriff’s deputies on Monday arrested a transient who allegedly tried to rob an off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officer, whose personal property was stolen but eventually recovered, authorities said.

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