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Mayor Riordan has created a political thunderstorm by firing LA Police Commission President Gerald Chaleff. Some reformers have criticized Chaleff for not pressing hard enough, but others say he's a scapegoat for increased crime on the streets and sagging police morale. We hear from Chaleff and representatives of City Hall, the police union, ACLU, Independent Review Panel, and Charter Reform Committee, about the future of police reform in Los Angeles.
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Daily Telegraph

Gerald Chaleff

LA Police Commission

Mayor Riordan

ACLU of Southern California

Rampart Independent Review Panel

LA City's Ad Hoc Committee on Charter Reform

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Frances Anderton

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