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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.''

About 50 members of violent L.A. street gang are arrested in sweep

LA Times

Dozens of members of a notorious Los Angeles street gang were arrested early Tuesday as federal and local investigators moved to break up what they said was a violent and powerful cartel that ran a drug operation that stretched as far as Louisiana.

Las Vegas police officers gunned down at pizza restaurant, one civilian killed

NY Daily News

The two shooters shot a civilian at a nearby Walmart after walking into a Las Vegas restaurant to shoot two officers in the head while shouting: 'This is the start of a revolution.'

Funeral Services Held For LAPD Det. Killed When Cement Truck Overturned In Beverly Hills

CBS Los Angeles

Funeral services were being held Tuesday for a Los Angeles Police Department officer who was killed when his pickup truck was struck by a cement mixer in Beverly Hills.

Beck mourns loss of LAPD officer; 'today the grief is different'

LA Times

For the third time in two months, hundreds of police officers filled a downtown Los Angeles cathedral Wednesday morning to bid an emotional farewell to an LAPD officer killed in a car crash.

Suspect in crash death of LAPD officer knew driver being pursued

LA Times

Investigators piecing together the car crash that killed a Los Angeles police officer Saturday believe the driver involved in the deadly collision is an acquaintance of the man the officer was pursuing when he was struck, sources told The Times.

Fallen LAPD motorcycle cop is mourned at large downtown ceremony

LA Times

Hundreds of uniformed police officers gathered in downtown Los Angeles early Tuesday to pay their final respects to a veteran LAPD motorcycle officer who died earlier this month after being struck by a driver suspected of being under the influence of cocaine.

Local Blood Drives Being Held For LAPD Motorcycle Officer Injured In Crash

CBS Los Angeles

Officials say blood drives are being held this week to support a critically injured LAPD motorcycle officer.

LAPD Officers Save Baby Boy Who Wasn’t Breathing

NBC Los Angeles

When the baby began to take shallow breaths, he took hold of the officer’s finger, police said.

LAPD Pacific Division Using “Predictive Policing”, Seeks Community Participation

Yo Venice

Advisory: LAPD Pacific Division is using Predictive Policing to help keep your community safe. What is it and how can you participate?

Suspect in LAPD officer shooting found dead in barricaded home

LA Times

The man suspected of shooting at two Los Angeles police officers, injuring one, before barricading himself inside a large Hollywood Hills home Monday has died, authorities said.

Thousands mourn LAPD officer Nicholas Lee

LA Daily News

A Los Angeles police officer killed in a traffic crash was remembered Thursday as a mentor and loving father at a downtown service that drew thousands of mourners, including Gov. Jerry Brown and Attorney General Kamala Harris.

Supreme Court sides with LAPD in warrantless house search

LA Times

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police officers may enter and search a home without a warrant as long as one occupant consents, even if another resident has previously objected.

LAPD recruits endure tough training, then hit reality on the streets

LA Times

The LAPD academy class was a mix of people from different backgrounds struggling to make it through training together. For those who did, the streets of L.A. took the challenge to a new level.

‘Jamzilla’ to close northbound 405 Freeway this weekend

LA Daily News

A monster traffic jam could snarl traffic over Presidents Day weekend when the 405 Freeway shuts down as part of the ongoing construction of the freeway’s new car-pool lane.

Meet the Mega Cops: High-Tech Crime Gear Transforms Police Work

NBC News

Our images of law enforcement in America come largely from popular culture: A burly New York City cop pausing on his beat to berate “juvenile delinquents" at the point of his billy club; LAPD officers accelerating "code 3" in a black-and-white through sun-soaked Hollywood; a lawman of the old West, standing on main drag and ordering criminals to “get the hell out of Dodge.”

Six Ways to Make Sure Your Car Gets Stolen

Fox Business

A car is stolen somewhere in the United States every 40 seconds, according to the FBI, but yours doesn't have to be among the hundreds of thousands that go missing each year.

Brown again asks judges for more time to reduce prison crowding

LA Times

In an about-face, the governor also proposes to free inmates early if he misses an extended deadline.

LAPD Officers Test On-Body Cameras

CBS Los Angeles

Police officers assigned to foot patrols of downtown Los Angeles began wearing on-body cameras on Wednesday as the city evaluates different models to include in its policing.

'Jamzilla' on 405 Freeway: Officials warn of new closures next month

LA Times

Authorities are warning travelers to stay away from the northbound 405 Freeway over next month's long Presidents Day weekend, when the roadway will be partially closed while construction crews pave the route's new carpool lanes through the Sepulveda Pass.

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