Kristi Sandoval Eckard

LA Police Protective League

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Director with the Los Angeles Police Protective League, the police officers union and a police officer with the LAPD

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The Los Angeles Police Commission today  approved new rules  for the LAPD to equip its officers with body cameras.

New Rules for Body Cams at the LAPD

The Los Angeles Police Commission today approved new rules for the LAPD to equip its officers with body cameras.

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The City of Los Angeles impounds the cars of unlicensed drivers for up to 30 days, which costs an average of $2000.  Mayor Villaraigosa and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck want to end that…

If You Don’t Have a License, Who Gets the Car?

The City of Los Angeles impounds the cars of unlicensed drivers for up to 30 days, which costs an average of $2000.  Mayor Villaraigosa and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck want to end that…

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