Chief Cummings' plummeting morale problem
‚ÄčAlmost alone among its big-city counterparts, the LAPD has had a good working relationship with the local Occupy encampment. No clashes, no pepper spray, no arrests.The bond was so good, it seemed, that the LAPD set up a special Twitter feed just to interact with Occupy L.A. protesters. OccupyLAP ... More >>
The LAPD chief's politicking has critics fearing a slide to the bad old days
The ceremony of another L.A. police beating
Our recommendations in the March 4 Los Angeles municipal election
Excerpts from the L.A. Weeklyís interview with Martin Ludlow, candidate for the 10th Los Angeles City Council District
A one-on-one with Police Chief Bill Bratton
Can Bratton reform the LAPD without revisiting Rampart?
Tracking LAPD abuse
A new LAPD chief must bring a new approach
An anecdotal history of the LAPD
The deeper meaning of LAPDís biggest scandal may never be known
Letís draft David Dotson for police chief
Bernie Parks weighs political future to even the score
Verdict in on Parks, but the jury's out on police reform
Why Bernard Parks shouldnít get a second term
Hahn better hope voters forget his mistakes dealing with Daryl Gates and Rodney King
L.A.ís lost its chance to reform its police. Hooray.
The City Council figures out its new role
The poor walk, so that the middle class can shrink
Let Bernie Parks lose another argument
What it will take to fix the LAPD
Like L.A., the City of Brotherly Love had to confront cowboy cops
Police chief has convention and council firmly under control
School reformer Riordan is the mayor of inertia at the LAPD
Police Commission falters on Rampart
So just who is responsible for our chief of police?
LAPDís gay-entrapment policy wastes police time and destroys lives
The politics behind the LAPD unionís proposal to make it easier for cops to speak out
A how-not-to guide for monitoring bad cops
Letís bring in an outside review of LAPD scandal
Time for oversight panel, inspector general to step from the shadows
Forget Parks. Forget Garcetti. Forget Chaleff. The man in charge of Rampart is the mayor.
LAPD shootings of the mentally ill show the need for better oversight
Whereís the chief? Whereís the mayor?
School board suspends most work at Belmont, halts all comments
Key Christopher Commission reform left to languish
Who says the charter fight is over?
For the Weekly's handy one-page tear-out Voter Guide, see the inside back cover of next week's issue.
The electric car underwhelms California
Pushing Mader out turned back the clock for the LAPD
How the LAPD cleansed itself
Gender gap persists at Sheriffís Department