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William J. Bratton, chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, stopped by the editorial board offices this week to discuss his second-term agenda. Some highlights: Is there too much overtime or not enough? William Bratton: The issue facing the...
Tags: Immigration, Budgets and Budgeting, Lawyers, Employers, Crimes
Winners California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Why? Voters upheld his Indian gambling deals. Presidential candidate John McCain, whom he endorsed, took the state's Republican primary. What's next? Casino deals will yield hundreds of millions of...
Today, the Independence Institute's Kopel and The Economist's Lockwood address the politics of gun control. Yesterday, they debated the lessons of Virginia Tech. Later this week, they'll talk about the international view, treasured myths and possible...
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Times Staff WriterVoters in Los Angeles are saying no to both San Fernando Valley and Hollywood secession. With just abut three weeks to go before the election, voters citywide are solidly against the notion of the San Fernando Valley and Hollywood seceding from Los...
Tags: Referenda, Thumbs, Antonio Villaraigosa, Bernard Parks, Unions
Times Staff WritersA man intent on committing suicide left his car on a railroad track in Glendale today where it set off a three-train collision that killed at least 11 people and injured nearly 200, authorities said. Police arrested a man who they said would be charged...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Fugitive ex-Los Angeles police officer Christopher Dorner's claim in an online "manifesto" that his career was undone by racist colleagues conspiring against him comes at a time when it's widely held that the police department has...
BIG BEAR LAKE, Calif. (AP) — Scores of officers fanned out at daybreak Saturday in the snow-covered San Bernardino Mountains, resuming their search for a former Los Angeles police officer suspected of killing three people in a vengeance-fueled...
The Baltimore Police Department is planning to hire an outside consultant to develop a "three- to five-year strategic plan" to help streamline the agency and improve crime fighting, city documents show. The consultant group that is awarded the contract...
When Public Safety Director Troy Riggs arrived in Indianapolis in late October he had no idea of the fiscal swamp of red ink left behind by his predecessor. “I knew it was going to be difficult here. I was not aware of the level or the difficulty...
Anthony W. Batts has made his first personnel move as Baltimore police commissioner, hiring a communications consultant who has worked for police departments in the United States and Canada to serve as his chief of staff. Judy Pal, a native of Canada...
David A. Garcia, the man accused of killing Burbank Police Officer Matthew Pavelka in November 2003, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and other charges Tuesday. Garcia, 28, was immediately sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of...
After hours of presentations and questions, the public safety committee of the Indianapolis City-County Council decided to holdoff on making a decision on re-appointing Public Safety Director Frank Straub until the next committee meeting. The committee...
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