Tensions are high over the weekend shooting of two deputies.
Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department
Police Agencies in New York and Los Angeles Drag Their Feet over Body Camera Footage and Misconduct Records
Efforts to force sunlight into police conduct have been thwarted by noncompliance.
When Reason Requested the New L.A. Sheriff's Disciplinary Records, the Deputies Union Got an Injunction to Block Us
A newly passed police transparency bill is under attack across the state. The latest tactic: insisting it's not retroactive.
Out with the old cronies. In with the new ones?
Alex Villanueva openly wants to get rid of constitutional policing advisors and to conceal names of bad deputies from prosecutors.
Thanks to California's union-backed secrecy laws, prosecutors and defenders alike don't know about police misconduct.
It's the latest story of abuse at the nation's largest sheriff's department.
L.A. City Council Wants to Send You A Letter When Its License-Plate Readers See Your Car in Certain Neighborhoods
Reckless policy proposed as an anti-prostitution measure.