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Woman’s Arson Attack on LAPD Building Causes Over $1 Million in Damage

The station has been closed after an individual believed to currently be unhoused set a shopping cart on fire at the front of the structure
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Why LAPD Officers Accused of Misconduct Often Remain on the Force

Cityside Column: Chief Michel Moore wants the power to fire problem cops but a "Board of Rights" process undermines his authority

LAPD Chief’s 2nd Term Maneuvers Are a Case of Arrested Development

Cityside Column: Michel Moore may continue to run the department, but a botched announcement has created unnecessary hurdles

Watch Out! Cops Say WeHo Pickpocket Problem is Out of Control

The up-close-and-personal thievery epidemic has ”more than doubled” since the pre-pandemic era, says LASD Sergeant Joana Warren

Poll: Angelenos Are Losing Faith in LAPD But Don’t Want Fewer Cops

Almost 40 percent of Angelenos disapprove of the job tLAPD is doing, according to a new poll by UC Berkeley and the Los Angeles Times

Protestor Shot in Testicle by LAPD Gets $300K from the City of L.A.

The city approved a $300,000 payout for a man who lost part of a testicle after being shot by a police projectile during a 2020 protest
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At Least 17 Gangs Are Targeting LA’s Richest for Attacks

An LAPD task force has identified at least 17 Los Angeles gangs who have been following and violently robbing people throughout L.A.

Valentina Orellana-Peralta Becomes 1 of 18 LAPD Shooting Deaths This Year

Officers have reportedly shot at least 38 people, 18 fatally —including the shooting Sunday of a man with a knife—in 2021

LAPD Has Already Opened Fire More in 2021 Than All of Last Year

Los Angeles Police Department officers opened fire more times in 2021 than in the previous two years, ending a long downward trend in police shootings for the city. A review...
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For Los Angeles Public Safety Personnel, Could It Be the Jab or the Job?

A police commissioner had harsh words for cops who've refused to be vaccinated against COVID-19—but when will elected officials bring the heat?