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Jul 3, 2008

No run for governor by Villaraigosa -- yet

Los Angeles Times

A day after San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom announced that he is exploring a run for governor, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa deflected questions about whether he will join what is expected to be a packed field of Democrats.

Jul 3, 2008

L.A. city layoffs down to just four

Kerry Cavanaugh

Despite dire warnings that Los Angeles city workers would face layoffs to balance a severe budget deficit, just four workers could potentially lose their jobs.

Jul 3, 2008

Villaraigosa's fundraising calendar

LA Times

Here is a list of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's fundraisers in the past two weeks. The invitations were filed with the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission.

Jul 3, 2008

Bratton, Villaraigosa cheer a 7.2% dip in violent crime in Los Angeles -- not counting homicide

Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

More police, youth programs and a gang crackdown are credited with a year-to-date decline compared to the same time last year. As for homicides, they're up so far but trending down now, Bratton says.

Jul 3, 2008

LAPD Releases Results of DNA Study

LAPD

Los Angeles: A Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) study found that DNA technology increased the likelihood of solving property crimes.

Jun 27, 2008

Fearmongering worked to kill police accountability

LAPPL

The Los Angeles Police Protective League's mission is, ostensibly, to serve the desires of its members - the officers of the LAPD. So if the PPL's latest actions are any guide, accountability and credibility are apparently not among the rank and file's desires.

Jun 26, 2008

Police Privacy

Jun 26, 2008

Assembly panel rejects bill to allow public access again

U-T SACRAMENTO BUREAU

SACRAMENTO – A bill to restore public access to police misconduct cases, limited by a state Supreme Court decision in a San Diego County case two years ago, was rejected by an Assembly committee yesterday.

Jun 26, 2008

Assembly panel kills bill to disclose LAPD disciplinary records

Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

Despite lobbying efforts by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, an Assembly committee Tuesday killed a bill that would have cleared the way for the Los Angeles Police Department to make officers' disciplinary hearings and records open to the public.

Jun 25, 2008

In face of weekend killing spree, L.A. crime down

By Aron Miller, Staff Writer

Jun 25, 2008

Union responds

LA Times Op-Ed

There is an element of "people in glass houses throwing stones" in your editorial coverage of SB 1019.

Jun 23, 2008

In Defense of Our Officers

LAPPL

Our men and women of the Los Angeles Police Department are on the firing line 24/7 365. With 80,000 gang members and less than 10,000 police officers, the odds are stacked against them.

Jun 9, 2008

Beefing Up Police Presence

asianjournal.com

Jun 9, 2008

Violent Crime Drops In Downtown

Downtown News

Jun 2, 2008

No Love Lost Between LAPD and L.A. Times

They may be neighbors this time next year — but the city's police department and powerful newspaper have a running feud that has soured relations for decades.

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