For the past 11 years, the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) has produced videos containing racist stereotypes and false information that continue to be used in police education.
The law restricts the LAPD’s use of force, but potentially under-trained officers wielding “less-lethal” weapons against crowds can cause drastic harm.
All-civilian review panels have the power to reduce the severity of the punishments recommended by the chief of police and have increasingly done so over the past three years.
Before retiring, captain Rick Stabile displayed sympathies with right-wing protesters. Now he openly supports them.
The lawsuit alleges the department is withholding footage of the June 3, 2020, shooting of Jermaine Welch and misrepresenting reality in critical incident videos.
The Los Angeles Police Commission ruled that William Dorsey Jones Jr. acted out of policy when he shot and killed 14-year-old Valentina Orellana Peralta and 24-year-old Daniel Elena Lopez.
A group of civil rights organizations has filed a lawsuit challenging the policy of jailing arrested individuals due to their inability to make bail.
Despite feigned media shock about them being in Los Angeles, antisemites have been here for a while. The community — not the police — is going to get rid of them.
Nonprofits should be held accountable for their complicity in racist policies.
Stop LAPD Spying sued for records on Koretz’s involvement in surveilling activists and won.