Merrick Bobb

Police Assessment Resource Center

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President of the Police Assessment Resource Center (PARC) and Special Counsel to the County of Los Angeles

Merrick Bobb on KCRW

Today's  Los Angeles Times  reports that a sheriff's deputy took $1500 to smuggle a cell phone into the Central Los Angeles County jail.

County Jails, Abuse of Authority, and the FBI

Today's Los Angeles Times reports that a sheriff's deputy took $1500 to smuggle a cell phone into the Central Los Angeles County jail.

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Today's LA Times reports that LA County Deputy Sheriffs have been  competing to see who can arrest the most people  and impound the most cars in a period of 24 hours. Lt.

Are LA Sheriff's Playing Games with the Law?

Today's LA Times reports that LA County Deputy Sheriffs have been competing to see who can arrest the most people and impound the most cars in a period of 24 hours. Lt.

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LA Police Chief William Bratton’s most highly trained officers went out of control last Tuesday, when Platoon B of the Metro Squad fired rubber bullets and swung batons at peaceful…

Chief Bratton Apologizes for LAPD Treatment of Protesters

LA Police Chief William Bratton’s most highly trained officers went out of control last Tuesday, when Platoon B of the Metro Squad fired rubber bullets and swung batons at peaceful…

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