The LAPD released body camera footage of Frank Hernandez's use-of-force incident.
Officer Frank A. Hernandez, who beat a suspect while his hands were behind his back, once shot an innocent bystander in the leg.
Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced action against the department.
At least 20 officers have been suspended while the LAPD investigates the placement of innocent motorists on the gang database.
Chief Michel R. Moore: "There is no place in the Department for any individual who would purposely falsify information on a Department report."
Would that outcome have been the same for those of us who aren't in law enforcement?
"I just got trapped and wanted to stop someone else from getting trapped," the driver tells a uniformed officer who warns him he could be arrested for interfering with an investigation.
Cash-in on a controversial, costly program from city's new top cop.
A new plan would release footage in cases of officer-involved shootings and use of force.
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The department has made it a policy not to release body camera footage. This is why they shouldn't get to decide.
"Preservation of Life" award valorizes officers who successfully de-escalated dangerous situations.
Union president calls clarified rules on use of force a "a no-win situation for the officer."
Hint: It's a round number. Like, really round.
LAPD offers little by way of public accountability and gets $1 million anyway.
Posted to Facebook, where the police commission president saw it. An officer is heard yelling drop the gun but it's unclear if the man had one.
Cops don't like navigation app Waze because it shows where they are.
So they do have a policy of not just shooting at people!
Spent more than a year in jail before being acquitted
Says cops falsely claimed he was on bath salts
City secures funding for 600 of them
Was unarmed; shooting aired on live television
To the officers who blew the whistle
Considering the number of times police shoot completely unarmed people, not sure how it will help
Destruction of files makes it impossible to determine what changes have been made in response to workplace complaints that have cost millions
Alleged victims ages 5 and 8
Police convinced him to drop the machete but had to tear gas him to subdue the suspect
References to watermelons, fried chicken
Two claims for the reward have been made
Free Truck Offered by LAPD to Women Shot at During Dorner Manhunt Would Have to Be Taxed, Will Get Cash Instead
Women's attorney says the free truck would've been treated as a prize for tax purposes
Cop claims retaliation when he wouldn't go along with the illegal activities
Says manifestos on racism in the force not unusual
Ex-cop allegedly called father of victim to taunt him
Ex-LAPD cop who allegedly killed three people still on the run