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A panel of local and federal officials has named a monitor to oversee implementation of LAPD reforms. Michael Cherkasky, who has prosecuted New York mobsters, advised the grand jury in Orange County's bankruptcy, and uncovered the hidden assets of the rich and infamous, says his new five-year job may be his toughest assignment of all. We speak with Cherkasky about the Christopher Commission recommendations and what he hopes to accomplish, whether he'll take over for Chief Bernard Parks, and if he'll work with the rank and file as well as the brass.
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Council President Alex Padilla

US Justice Department's Appointment of Cherkasky

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Frances Anderton

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