Matthew Johnson

Los Angeles Police Commission

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President of the Los Angeles Police Commission

Matthew Johnson on KCRW

Last year, 38 people were shot by the LAPD. Twenty-one of them died, which is the highest number of such deaths of any major city including New York and Chicago. Now, the L.A.

Police Commission Calls for Big Changes in Use-of-Force

Last year, 38 people were shot by the LAPD. Twenty-one of them died, which is the highest number of such deaths of any major city including New York and Chicago. Now, the L.A.

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All over the country, there's heated public debate over police shootings, especially because black Americans are disproportionately on the receiving end.

Shootings by LAPD Double, Police Commission President Responds

All over the country, there's heated public debate over police shootings, especially because black Americans are disproportionately on the receiving end.

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