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Slain LAPD Officer James C. Beyea honored with Reseda pathway dedication

LA Daily News

Los Angeles city officials on Thursday dedicated a pathway in Reseda to the memory of a rookie police officer killed in the line of duty nearly 27 years ago, completing a mission started by the slain officer’s friend.

LAPD body cameras to roll out at 3 precincts this summer

Los Angeles Daily News

Hundreds of body cameras have been delivered to the Los Angeles Police Department and are expected to be put in use starting this summer, officials said.

Man shot dead by LAPD on skid row was convicted bank robber

LA Times

Homeless man killed by LAPD officers on skid row was convicted bank robber, sources and records show.

Los Angeles police union asks public to 'reserve judgment' over shooting death

The Guardian

In response to growing tensions in Los Angeles over the police killing of a homeless man on Sunday, the president of the local officers’ labor union urged the public to “reserve their judgment” until an investigation was complete.

Real or fake? Tragic encounters fuel debate over realistic-looking replica guns

LA Times

The last thing Jordan Baylon wants is a fake pink gun.

Pastor Of Prominent L.A. Church Issues Apology After Controversial Sermon About Police, KKK

CBS Los Angeles

The senior pastor of a prominent Los Angeles church has issued an apology after controversial comments during a sermon delivered weeks ago.

Body cameras for L.A. police: Access to video, privacy among concerns

LA Times

San Fernando Valley residents Thursday night raised concerns about civilian privacy and access to video that would be captured under the Los Angeles Police Department’s plan to equip its officers with body cameras.

Two police officers 'simply assassinated' in Brooklyn

LA Times

A man who posted anti-police rants online shot dead two New York City policemen as they sat in their patrol car Saturday, an attack that further shook a city where community-police relations have been tense following the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of cops.

LAPD SWAT Officers Deliver 2K Toys To Children With Musculoskeletal Conditions

CBS Los Angeles

Los Angeles Police Department Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) officers Wednesday delivered 2,000 toys to youth patients.

Ferguson lesson: Police can better calm situations

Los Angeles Daily News

The grand jury that declined to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson was focused on whether he might have acted in self-defense when he shot and killed unarmed, 18-year-old Michael Brown.

California is about to learn that “tough on crime” is tough to undo

Washington Post

Californians voted to send fewer criminals to prison on Tuesday, approving a ballot measure that classified check forgery, possession of some drugs, and theft of property worth less than $950, among other crimes, as misdemeanors rather than felonies.

Proposition 47 — good idea, bad execution

Los Angeles Daily News Opinion

There’s a real need to reduce California’s alarming incarceration levels and free up precious funds that could be better spent on education and rehabilitation. But Proposition 47 isn’t the answer.

Suspect killed in LAPD shootout had 'high-powered' rifle, police say

LA Times

One of two suspects who are accused of engaging police in a running shootout through South Los Angeles early Monday was armed with a “high-powered” rifle that wounded a 22-year department veteran, police officials said.

Judge Rules Anti-Pension Measure Off Ventura County Ballot

Tim Yaryan

Saying it would be a "waste of public resources" to put it on the ballot, Ventura County Superior Court Judge Kent Kellegrew has ordered the removal of the ballot measure that would have switched new workers to 401ks off the ballot in that county.

LA Police Union President Says Mayor’s YouTube Video Has Helped Him More than He Knows


Los Angeles Police Protective League president Tyler Izen was a guest on the Front Page with Dominique DiPrima on KJLH-FM on Friday, August 1. Izen discussed the union’s quest for higher salaries and improved working conditions for the 9,900 rank-and-file officers it represents.

LAPD Officers Gather to Voice Concerns Over Latest Contract Offer


The Los Angeles police union recently rejected the City of Los Angeles’ contract offer. The sticking point involves a pay raise and on Tuesday union leaders voiced their concerns hoping to move contract talks forward.

Tyler Izen on NBC4 News Conference with Conan Nolan


Tyler Izen on NBC4 News Conference with Conan Nolan

Here Is Where Violent Crime Is Surging in L.A.

LA Weekly

Earlier this month Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck announced that violent crime had increased in the first half of 2014. The city saw a 2.8 percent bump compared the same period last year.

Mayor Tells LAPD Vet Math ‘Problem’, Not Lack Of Respect Behind Contract Talks

CBS Los Angeles

Los Angeles cannot afford a big pay raise for police officers to end a labor dispute with the LAPD, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Thursday.

Police Contract, 2nd Ld

City News Service

Police Chief Charlie Beck attempted today to placate rank-and-file officers who last week voted to reject a proposed labor agreement, urging them to come back to the negotiating table amid a spirit of "respect and professionalism.''

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