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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


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.

The thin blue line vs. deepening red ink in L.A.

Pajamas Media

Call it the case of the disappearing police officers.

Border agent killed in gun battle in Arizona


A U.S. Border Patrol agent was shot dead by suspected smugglers in a gun battle close to the Mexico border in southern Arizona and four suspects have been arrested, authorities said on Wednesday.

LAPD to release images of 160 women taken by alleged 'Grim Sleeper'

LA Times blog

In July, when Los Angeles police arrested Lonnie Franklin Jr., the suspected "Grim Sleeper" serial killer, they scoured his South L.A. property for incriminating evidence.

LAPD Program at Birmingham High School helps kids in jeopardy

Encino Patch

Police officers and community leaders help at-risk youth get back on track.

Improving video surveillance to solve crime

Police One

Quality surveillance can provide detectives with vital clues and quickly lead to an arrest.

LAPD Chief Beck won't get a salary increase

LA Daily News

Although he received positive reviews for his first year as Los Angeles police chief, Charlie Beck will not get a raise because of the city's budget crisis, the Police Commission decided Tuesday.

LAPD panel voices support for red-light cameras despite shortcomings

LA Times blog

The Los Angeles Police Commission voiced support Tuesday for the city's red-light camera system, despite learning that there is little consequence for violators who ignore the citations.

LAPD officer killed in OC motorcycle crash

City News Service

A 60-year-old off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officer and a second motorcyclist were both killed in a collision in Orange County, authorities said Monday night.

Panel weighs cutting fire, police budgets

LA Daily News

A City Council panel on Monday recommended a plan to save $87 million - mostly through cuts to fire and police service - to begin chipping away at Los Angeles' $300 million-plus budget deficit.

Two killed in motorcycle crash ID'd

Orange County Register

Orange County coroner's officials have identified the two men killed Sunday in a three-motorcycle crash on Santiago Canyon Road, one of whom was a veteran Los Angeles Police Department officer.

LAUSD appoint Zipperman as new school police force chief

Torrance Daily Breeze

The nation's largest school police force is set to have a new chief beginning next year: Steven K. Zipperman, a 31-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department.

Plan to assign LAPD officers to jails OK'd

LA Daily News

Hoping to get the new Metropolitan Detention Center up and running by the end of January, a city panel signed off Monday on a plan to reassign 83 LAPD officers to work as jailers.

California has 6-week backlog on new driver's licenses

Sacramento Bee

State officials recently unveiled a dramatically redesigned California driver's license, with hidden photos and raised lettering, aimed at foiling counterfeiters.

Red-light cameras go dark across state

California Watch

While the state collects millions of dollars from red-light cameras at intersections, a few California cities are starting to question whether the safety benefits are worth the high cost to their own coffers.

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