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Long Beach 'donning and doffing' suit settled

Long Beach Press-Telegram

LONG BEACH: Police sought pay for time to put on uniforms.

Hate crimes in L.A. County down overall, but anti-Jewish vandalism rises

LA Times blog

Hate crimes were down in Los Angeles County in 2009 compared with the year before, but such crimes against Jews spiked almost 50%, according to a report released Tuesday.

Gang member loses chance to appeal conviction for shooting at LAPD officers in Van Nuys

LA Daily News

The California Supreme Court refused today to consider the case against a teenage gang member convicted of shooting at two Los Angeles police officers who were chasing him in Van Nuys in May 2007.

LAPD identifies 21 of 160 women in Grim Sleeper suspect's photos

LA Times

Authorities say investigators have received 200 tips about the identities of women whose photos were released last week. Lonnie Franklin Jr. is accused of sexually assaulting and killing 10 women in South L.A.

Services today for LAPD Officer Kent Carter, killed in off-duty motorcycle crash

LA Daily News

Funeral services will be held today for a 60-year-old off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officer killed in a collision in Orange County that also took the life of a second motorcyclist.

FBI report: Violent crime down 6.2% in first half of 2010

CNN

Violent crime in the United States dropped markedly in the first half of 2010, according to FBI statistics released Monday.

L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca sworn in for fourth term

LA Times blog

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca was sworn in Monday for a fourth term, and he said he did not expect it to be his last.

LAPD to enforce 10 p.m. curfew in San Pedro during winter break

Torrance Daily Breeze

Teenagers on winter break from San Pedro schools better make sure they don't stay out too late during the holiday period.

Suggestion to cut police department to stay solvent prompts political fight in Bell

LA Times

The already fractured political landscape in scandal-plagued Bell is expected to worsen in the coming months as the city considers slashing spending to stay solvent.

Union aims to cuff police hiring

Wall Street Journal

With the city facing a projected $400 million deficit, the union that represents Los Angeles police officers is pushing a surprising solution: stop hiring cops.

Release of photos in Grim Sleeper case brings major response

LA Times

LAPD is flooded with calls, e-mails and other tips after images of women found on the suspect's property are made public. Five tentative identifications have been made.

LEO deaths take no holiday

Police Magazine blog

So far in 2010, 155 law enforcement officers have made the ultimate sacrifice.

Funds pledged to fight gangs

LA Daily News

Gov. Schwarzenegger says $9.2 million will go to programs against violence.

New year, new driving laws go into effect

LAist

January 1 is right around the corner, and for California drivers, that means a slew of new laws go into effect.

Police officer organizes honor guards for fallen soldiers at LAX

ABC News

6000 Soldiers Have Been Killed Since War on Terror Began; 'Every One Is a Hero to Us'

LAPD releases photos of possible 'Grim Sleeper' victims, asking public for help

Southern California Public Radio

Los Angeles Police Thursday released more than 180 photos of mostly African American women who may have been victims of the “Grim Sleeper” serial murderer.

'Grim Sleeper' case brings flood of calls from families of missing women

LA Times blog

Since the July arrest of "Grim Sleeper" serial killer suspect Lonnie David Franklin Jr. for allegedly killing 10 people, Los Angeles police investigators have received 75 calls from the family and friends of missing women, wanting to know the fate of their loved ones.

Police Releasing Pictures in "Grim Sleeper" Case

KTLA5

The LAPD hopes that family or friends will help identify the women and contact detectives.

In civilian vs. officer, the answer is clear

LA Daily News Editorial

In a big city already short on cops on the street, sworn officers are stuck doing paperwork, answering phones and handling other administrative duties that could be done more cheaply by civilian workers.

LAPD captain and son team up for final patrol

LA Daily News

Capt. Steve Zipperman will spend his final shift with the Los Angeles Police Department on patrol with his son in the San Fernando Valley today before becoming chief of the Los Angeles School Police Department.

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