Gerald Chaleff

Commanding Officer of the Consent Decree Bureau

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Police Administrator to the Los Angeles Police Department's Risk Management Bureau, he oversaw the LAPD's implementation of the federal consent decree

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After the so-called Rampart Scandal revealed widespread corruption in the LAPD, reforms were achieved under a  federal consent decree  entered into by the City of Los Angeles in the…

The Feds Tell LA County Enough Is Enough

After the so-called Rampart Scandal revealed widespread corruption in the LAPD, reforms were achieved under a federal consent decree entered into by the City of Los Angeles in the…

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Last Friday, the Los Angeles Police Department got out from under eight years of federal oversight.

LAPD Free from Consent Decree

Last Friday, the Los Angeles Police Department got out from under eight years of federal oversight.

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