Shootings by LAPD Double, Police Commission President Responds

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All over the country, there's heated public debate over police shootings, especially because black Americans are disproportionately on the receiving end. Last year, the LAPD shot 23 people — but this year the number is already 45. State law requires that use-of-force reviews be confidential, but Matthew Johnson, the new president of the Police Commission, wants more public discussion.

Credits

Guest:
Matthew Johnson - Los Angeles Police Commission - @LAPDHQ

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Sarah Sweeney, Evan George