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BIG BEAR, CA - FEBRUARY 15: An employee of Southern California Edison surveys the damage at the burned-out cabin where the remains of multiple murder suspect and former Los Angeles Police Department officer Christopher Dorner were found on February 15, 2013 in Big Bear, California. Dorner, a Navy Reserve veteran, barricaded himself in the cabin and engaged law enforcement officers in a shootout, killing one and wounding another. Dorner's body was identified after being found in the burned out cabin.
As I got up to leave, they demanded one more thing of me. This must be the only formality a Blue Peter presenter has in common with being in the Los Angeles Police Department — when you leave they ask you to hand in your badge.
While the university remains committed to addressing student concerns and protecting the rights of all students, the university's disciplinary process cannot and does not take the place of the judicial system. Any student victim of a crime has the option of reporting it to the Los Angeles Police Department.
The Los Angeles Police Department is currently investigating death threats made against Chris Brown. According to our sources, multiple threats were called in to the office of Brown's attorney, Mark GeragosMore quotes »
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LAPD, feds probe alleged gun sales by officers
ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Police Department has reopened an investigation into whether members of the SWAT and Special Investigations Section units violated the law by purchasing firearms and reselling them for profit. Chief Charlie Beck said Friday that 5/24/13 from Mercedes Sun-Star Read more »
Video: Mayor Villaraigosa Awkwardly Responds To Questions About His Future
taxpayer-supplied Getty House mayoral mansion, thousand-dollar seats at sporting and entertainment events, SUV with Los Angeles Police Department security detail attached and innumerable evenings over fine food and wine paid for by wealthy friends and supporters. 5/24/13 from LAist Read more »
DUI patrols out in force in Van Nuys, Los Angeles County this Memorial Day weekend
driving tragedy." Driver's license/sobriety checkpoints at various locations as follows: -- Today at 7 p.m., the Los Angeles Police Department begins an eight- hour checkpoint at Figueroa and Ninth Street near downtown Los Angeles. -- Today at 7 p.m., the 5/24/13 from Daily Breeze Read more »
L.A.'s $7.7 billion budget approved
to create an Office of Veterans Affairs and an Office of Immigrant Affairs as well as pay for some equipment for the Los Angeles Police Department. He also won approval for a $150,000 program to work on keeping the entertainment industry in the city. The budget from L.A. Daily News Read more »
LAPD will not pursue complaints about noise from low-flying police choppers
police helicopter takes off from the Los Angeles Police Department helipad in downtown LA. This is one in a series on the LAPD's helicopter fleet. You can read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Not a few Angelenos have been jolted awake by the sound of police helicopters from Southern California Public Radio Read more »