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Ford unveils police SUV; GM, Chrysler in pursuit

Detroit News

Bad guys beware: An unprecedented number of new and faster police cars are coming, including a new Police Interceptor utility vehicle whose details were released by Ford Motor Co. today.

When it comes to walking, L.A. is more deadly than other cities


If Los Angeles is going to be the greenest city in the nation, making it walkable should be a major part of that effort.

Bill requiring shotgun and rifle records dies in Senate

Sacramento Bee

The Senate has killed Assembly Bill 1810 by Assemblyman Mike Feuer, D-Los Angeles, which would have allowed the state to keep permanent records of anyone buying a shotgun or rifle.

Anti-pension spiking bill wins final approval

Sacramento Bee

A much-amended bill aimed at "pension spiking" by state and local government employees was sent to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger today.

MIPT honors Joan T. McNamara with Prevention Award

Business Wire

2010 MIPT Prevention Award Given to Founder of Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative.

State officials seek to resume executions in California

Associated Press

Death row inmate Albert Greenwood Brown on Tuesday morning was handed a "death warrant" - the first such document delivered in more than five years - informing him his execution has been scheduled for Sept. 29.

Southern California counterfeit raids net $12 million in fake goods

Apparel News

Federal and local officials raided several locations in Los Angeles and surrounding communities during a week of sweeps that resulted in 30 arrests and uncovered everything from counterfeit iPhones to fake Ed Hardy T-shirts.

Man sentenced to life in slaying of LAPD detective's son

City News Service

One of two men convicted in the shooting death of the 18-year-old son of a Los Angeles Police Department Robbery-Homicide detective was sentenced today to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

'Chelsea's Law' on sex offenders among bills sent to Schwarzenegger

Sacramento Bee

Legislation to toughen penalties against sex offenders in honor of Chelsea King, a murdered 17-year-old San Diego teen, cleared its final legislative hurdle Monday and was sent to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

California pension overhaul up in the air

Sacramento Bee

Arnold Schwarzenegger has been beating the drums for public pension reform for months, and the governor insists he won't sign a budget package that doesn't include it.

Los Angeles uses light to fight crime

Wall Street Journal

City Points to Safety Gains From After-Dark Offerings at Gang-Plagued Parks, but the Impact of Such Efforts Isn't Clear.

Los Angeles Police Department Women's Job Fair & Recruitment Seminar

Asian Journal

The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), in cooperation with the Los Angeles City Personnel Department, will offer Women’s Job Fair and Recruitment Seminar focusing the spotlight on the amazing career opportunities available to women in the Los Angeles Police Department, Saturday, September 11 at the Ahmanson Recruit Training Center, 5651 West Manchester Avenue, Los Angeles, 90045 (near LAX) from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Abbeville (La.) police arrest fugitive from Los Angeles

Abbeville Meridional

Sunday at 8:30 a.m. the US Marshals Fugitive Task Force from Lafayette and Lake Charles along with vital assistance from the Abbeville Police Department arrested 38-year old Kent Jamel Wright during a felony traffic stop at the 300 block of South Lyman in Abbeville.

Hundreds ride to support fallen officers

LA Daily News

With a deafening rumble, hundreds of riders kicked off a polished chrome and leather boot parade on wheels Saturday to raise thousands of dollars for fallen police officers.

Keeping the peace: Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa needs to keep on track to make L.A. America's safest large city

LA Daily News Editorial

WHEN it comes to policing Los Angeles, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has a legitimate boast.

Paul Weber: Public employee pension 'reforms' recipe for disaster

LA Daily News

RECENTLY many opportunistic politicians around the state have been on rant against public employee pensions and calling for draconian "reform."

McCourt gives 40,000 Dodgers tickets to LAPD officers

LA Times

The embattled owner, going through a multimillion-dollar divorce, makes the announcement while receiving an award from the Los Angeles Police Protective League's charitable arm.

Federal receiver downsizes turnaround plan for prison medical care


Nearly a decade ago, one state prison inmate a week died because medical care inside prisons was so poor.

Court allows agents to secretly put GPS trackers on cars


Law enforcement officers may secretly place a GPS device on a person's car without seeking a warrant from a judge, according to a recent federal appeals court ruling in California.

Police ask for public's help to find missing Jefferson Park woman

LA Daily News

Police today sought the public's help in finding a 51-year-old Jefferson Park woman who disappeared almost a month ago.

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