John Mack

Los Angeles Police Commission

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President of the Los Angeles Police Commission and longtime president of the Los Angeles Urban League

John Mack on KCRW

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Thirty-two  cameras were installed  at Los Angeles intersections in 2004. The idea was to photograph drivers in the act of running red lights.

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