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  • Report raises doubts about ambush of 2 LAPD officers

    Report raises doubts about ambush of 2 LAPD officers
    The attack on the police officers was as perplexing as it was brazen. Before dawn one morning last June, a Los Angeles police detective and his partner were returning to their station on Venice Boulevard. As they waited for a security gate to slide...
  • Poor communication, collaboration marred Dorner manhunt, report says

    As the manhunt for Christopher Dorner unfolded across Southern California last year, efforts to catch the killer were marred by poor communication and collaboration among police departments, an independent report concluded. On Monday, the Police...
  • Dorner report: Police failed to communicate during manhunt

    Dorner report: Police failed to communicate during manhunt
    Although police largely performed admirably as they hunted for Christopher Dorner, poor communication, competing interests and a chaotic, undisciplined response to the wanted man's final stand highlighted serious problems, an independent report concluded....
  • Twitter critics take on LAPD after NY police hit on social media

    Twitter critics take on LAPD after NY police hit on social media
    A Twitter backlash against New York City police has spread to the West Coast with people posting critical comments and photos of the Los Angeles Police Department. The New York Police Department was hit with a barrage of negative publicity after...
  • Sheriff's candidates disclose fundraising progress

    Sheriff's candidates disclose fundraising progress
    Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell came out strong in his first few months of campaigning for Los Angeles County sheriff, raising more than $307,000, but he’s already spent almost $433,000, according to recently filed fundraising disclosure...
  • Officers cleared in Big Bear standoff with Christopher Dorner

    Law enforcement officers who faced off with Christopher Dorner at a cabin near Big Bear have been formally cleared of wrongdoing by the San Bernardino County district attorney's office. In a 59-page report released Tuesday, officials said the many...
  • Officers 'had no choice' in gunfight with Dorner, report concludes

    Officers 'had no choice' in gunfight with Dorner, report concludes
    Law enforcement officers who faced off with Christopher Dorner at a cabin in Big Bear violated no laws and "had no choice" but to engage in a fierce firefight with the fugitive, according to a detailed review of the incident by prosecutors. In a 59-page...
  • LAPD should name names in officer-involved shootings

     LAPD should name names in officer-involved shootings
    The public knows a great deal more now about a Los Angeles Police Department shooting than it did a few weeks ago. We know that officers fired more than 100 shots into and at a truck in Torrance on the morning of Feb. 7, 2013, only to discover that...
  • For media in Sochi, it's more Potemkin village than Olympic village

    Does Sochi have a Yelp rating yet? If so, the place that Russia promised would be a state-of-the-art Olympics city, the place that would grow into a Slavic Aspen, the Gstaad of the Russian Riviera, would be starless right now. Reporters arriving ahead...
  • Sochi officials, killing stray dogs is no way to host the Olympics

    Sochi officials, killing stray dogs is no way to host the Olympics
    We expect cities hosting the Olympic Games to take extreme measures to be presentable and safe for the world to descend on, but Sochi’s mass killing of stray dogs is appalling.  Many European cities have a problem with roaming cats or dogs: a...
  • LAPD commissioner says penalties weak in Dorner mistaken ID shooting

    LAPD commissioner says penalties weak in Dorner mistaken ID shooting
    The president of the police commission expressed disappointment that Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck is not issuing more severe penalties for the seven officers who mistakenly opened fire on two women during the hunt for Christopher Dorner.  Steve...