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The Los Angeles Police Commission unanimously approved recommendations yesterday for how the LAPD should handle police shootings.

Police Commission calls for more transparency

The Los Angeles Police Commission unanimously approved recommendations yesterday for how the LAPD should handle police shootings.

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The LA Police Commission, which oversees the LAPD, has set a new policy for officers to treat the homeless with “compassion and empathy.”

Policing the Homeless

The LA Police Commission, which oversees the LAPD, has set a new policy for officers to treat the homeless with “compassion and empathy.”

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