Libor Jany covers the Los Angeles Police Department. Before joining the Los Angeles Times in 2022, he covered public safety for the Star Tribune in Minneapolis. A St. Paul, Minn., native, Jany studied communications at Mississippi State University.
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La policía de Los Ángeles publica accidentalmente fotos de agentes encubiertos en un sitio web de vigilancia
El grupo de vigilancia Stop LAPD Spying Coalition ha creado lo que llama un sitio web “primero en su tipo” con los nombres y fotos de cada oficial de policía de LAPD.
Chief Michel Moore, citing safety concerns, said the inspector general will investigate the disclosure of officers’ photos in an online database launched by the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition.
Los Angeles police accidentally release photos of undercover officers to watchdog website
The watchdog group Stop LAPD Spying Coalition has created what it calls a “first-of-its-kind” website with the names and photos of every LAPD police officer.
What L.A. residents have to say about police, public safety and racism among officers.
A new city of Los Angeles report found that even as overall violent crime rates have declined, violence against Black women has remained steady and in some cases increased.
As city leaders mull LAPD’s discipline system, focus turns to the civilian arbitrators who decide if an officer accused of misconduct should be fired.
A Los Angeles police officer is suing the city, alleging she became the target of an online harassment campaign for reporting sexist memes being shared by colleagues and that her supervisors punished and demoted her after she complained.
In the first verdict of its kind since protests swept L.A. in 2020, a jury finds officer liable for injuries to a man shot in the face with a projectile round.
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday temporarily tabled a vote on whether to accept the controversial donation of a dog-like robot for the LAPD.
El Ayuntamiento de Los Ángeles votará sobre la donación de perros robot de LAPD en medio de crecientes críticas
The City Council is set to vote on whether to accept the donation of a four-legged robot for the LAPD.