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Kate Mather

Kate Mather covered crime, policing and breaking news across Southern California before leaving The Times in 2018 to attend law school. A native of Lawrence, Kan., she studied journalism at USC before first joining The Times in 2011. Mather was part of the team of reporters that received a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, as well as the team that was a Pulitzer finalist for its reporting on a deadly 2014 rampage in Isla Vista, Calif.
En la era Trump, el LAPD fortalece los vínculos con los inmigrantes indocumentados

Nacido en la Ciudad de México, había cruzado la frontera sin autorización cuando tenía cinco años, mientras fingía estar dormido en el asiento trasero.

In Trump era, LAPD strengthens bonds with immigrants here illegally

The LAPD has a police force that almost perfectly matches the demographics of Los Angeles. About 15% of its officers are foreign-born. In the era of Trump, this has created both opportunity and pressure.

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