LAPD Gang Officers Won't Disclose Their Finances

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Here in the gang capital of the nation, the Los Angeles Police Department has been making progress, with an 11.1 percent drop in gang-related crime last year alone. But advances like that could be at risk because so many highly trained officers have dropped out of specialized gang units. They have refused to comply with financial disclosure rules required by a federal consent decree after the so-called "Rampart Division scandal" ten years ago.

Credits

Guests:
Paul Weber - President, Los Angeles Police Protective League, Charlie Beck - Los Angeles Police Department - @LAPDChiefBeck

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Sonya Geis, Christian Bordal, Katie Cooper