Cindy Chang is a deputy Metro editor. She came to the Los Angeles Times in 2012, first covering immigration and ethnic communities before moving to the L.A. County sheriff’s beat and then the LAPD. Previously, she was at the New Orleans Times-Picayune, where she was the lead writer for a series on Louisiana prisons that won several national awards. A graduate of Yale University and NYU School of Law, she began her journalism career at the Pasadena Star-News.
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Asian Americans across the country are anguishing over the recent mass shootings, in which older Asian men have allegedly opened fire on other Asians.
As the offspring of a mixed marriage, I understand the divide that probably defined the gunman’s life, as it has defined my parents’ lives.
Fatal shootings by the LAPD are down, but officials find major problems in many incidents
The Los Angeles Police Commission has faulted officers for firing unnecessary shots, failing to maintain effective communication with one another, failing to wait for reinforcements and other transgressions, a Times analysis of fatal shootings since 2018 shows.
Wallack, 64, a longtime contributor to the Los Angeles Times, was an avid hiker, runner and cyclist who competed in extreme events around the world.
An independent review of stops conducted by LAPD officers last year found that racial disparities previously identified in a Times investigation were in part the result of failed strategies to use traffic and minor violations “as a pretext to identify or suppress more serious crimes.”
The LAPD’s SWAT unit is controlled by a “SWAT Mafia” that encourages officers to use excessive force, a sergeant’s lawsuit alleges.
En medio de un movimiento nacional para desfinanciar a la policía y reinvertir el dinero para ayudar a los residentes negros y latinos, la policía de L.A. ampliará su característico programa de policía comunitaria.
Las reuniones religiosas al aire libre generan advertencias y reprensiones de los funcionarios de salud
Desde el condado de Orange hasta el norte de California, la gente sigue reuniéndose en grandes ceremonias religiosas al aire libre sin seguir las reglas para frenar la propagación del coronavirus, lo que provoca severas reprimendas de los funcionarios de salud pública.