LA County Sheriff's Dept Special Victims Bureau
Worked for 26 years with the LA County Sheriff's Dept Special Victims Bureau; he has investigated or supervised thousands of criminal cases of child abuse
For decades, there have been horror stories about kids under the supervision of LA County.
Apr. 15, 2014
from Which Way, L.A.?
California’s recall election has been powered by some small business owners who are disgruntled about pandemic-era restrictions and pessimistic about the state’s future.
from Greater LA
The leading Republican candidate in the California recall election is trying to build a multi-ethnic coalition of voters — and overcome criticism for his views on race.
from News Stories
Josh Barro and Ken White talk about the fate of Rudy Giuliani associate, and why you should closely read the script before recording a Cameo.
from All the Presidents' Lawyers
Governor Newsom’s focus on the negative during the recall campaign was a missed opportunity for California unification, suggests Joe Mathews.
from Zócalo's Connecting California
The president tours California wildfire destruction and talks about his approach to the climate crisis.
from News Special Programming
Some UCLA faculty members have launched an initiative to place some Afghan scholars at UCLA. The plan will require raising $100,000 by September 30.
from KCRW Features
Leafly Senior Editor David Downs talks about how Newsom has dealt with the burgeoning cannabis market, and whether pot will have a role to play when he’ll likely be on the 2022 ballot.
from KCRW Features
U.S. federal regulators said late last week that they may only be able to recommend a third coronavirus vaccine dose for some Pfizer recipients by September 30. The U.S.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
As the pandemic continues to prevent crowds from going to the movies, Paramount decided to push the release dates of three upcoming films.
from Hollywood Breakdown