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Police Commission Wants Cops To Run From Armed Suspects

Police Commission Wants Cops To Run From Armed Suspects

The Los Angeles Police Commission wants LAPD police officers to run away when a suspect confronts them with a weapon, warns the Los Angeles Police Protective League, the labor union of the city’s police officers.

The organization posted a blog post critical of the commission’s recent decision to find that fault lay upon an LAPD officer who used deadly force when a female suspect, Norma Guzman, came at him and his partner swinging a large knife.

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Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Symposium

Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Symposium

*Note: The event is for Law Enforcement Only, Police ID required at check-in.

The Los Angeles Police Protective League presents The Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Symposium on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at Deaton Hall Auditorium. 0700-1630 hours, $170 per person.

Speakers: Undercover ATF agents who have infiltrated outlaw motorcycle gangs and George Christie, former 40-year Hells Angels leader. FREE autographed book to the first 200.

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Police Commission tells officers to run away, or else

Police Commission tells officers to run away, or else

Run away. If a police officer is confronted by a suspect with a weapon, those entrusted to set policies for the Police Department believe officers should run away. That’s the recent finding from the Los Angeles Police Commission which has turned Monday morning quarterbacking into a weekly agenda item at the three-ring circus they preside over every Tuesday morning.
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LAPPL Board of Directors meet with L.A. Mayoral Candidate Mitchell Schwartz
The Los Angeles Police Protective League Board of Directors met with Mayoral Candidate Mitchell Schwartz to listen to his ideas about reducing crime, increasing the number of police officers patrolling our streets and improving our city.
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Rams Agree To Pay Full Cost Of Security, Other Services Provided By City On Gamedays

Rams Agree To Pay Full Cost Of Security, Other Services Provided By City On Gamedays

The Los Angeles Rams have agreed to reimburse the full cost of city services incurred during home games at the Coliseum, including for police, fire and street services, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday.

“Stan Kroenke and the Rams organization made it clear to me from the start that they intended to be partners with the city and good neighbors to the people of Los Angeles and the region,” Garcetti said. “The commitment they made today, to cover the cost of game-day impacts to the city — including police, fire, and sanitation support at and around the Coliseum — is a win for all Angelenos.”

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LAPD Feels Squeeze in Staffing for Coliseum Football

LAPD Feels Squeeze in Staffing for Coliseum Football

Police staffing for the Coliseum's busiest fall football season in two decades is putting additional strain on LAPD resources, according to department officials.

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Parole denied for man in killing of LAPD detective

Parole denied for man in killing of LAPD detective

A former boxer who conspired to assassinate a Los Angeles police detective 30 years ago in front of his 6-year-old son was denied parole from prison, reversing an earlier decision to set him free that drew outrage from family members, prosecutors and police.

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Beck mourns loss of LAPD officer; 'today the grief is different'

Beck mourns loss of LAPD officer; 'today the grief is different'

Roberto Sanchez was one of four LAPD officers to die in a traffic incident since early March, his funeral coming less than a week after a veteran detective was killed off-duty in Beverly Hills.
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Donation Account for Officer Roberto Sanchez

Fallen LAPD motorcycle cop is mourned at large downtown ceremony

Fallen LAPD motorcycle cop is mourned at large downtown ceremony

Hundreds of uniformed police officers gathered in downtown Los Angeles early Tuesday to pay their final respects to a veteran LAPD motorcycle officer who died earlier this month after being struck by a driver suspected of being under the influence of cocaine.
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Donation account for Officer Christopher Cortijo

Thousands mourn LAPD officer Nicholas Lee

Thousands mourn LAPD officer Nicholas Lee

A Los Angeles police officer killed in a traffic crash was remembered Thursday as a mentor and loving father at a downtown service that drew thousands of mourners, including Gov. Jerry Brown and Attorney General Kamala Harris.
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Donation account set up for Officer Lee