Michel Moore

Los Angeles Police Department

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Assistant Chief overseeing the Office of Special Operations at the Los Angeles Police Department

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LAPD Chief Michel Moore announced on Tuesday that one of his officers fired the bullet that killed Trader Joe’s manager Melyda Corado over the weekend.

LAPD Chief Michel Moore supports officer’s decision to stop Atkins by using deadly force

LAPD Chief Michel Moore announced on Tuesday that one of his officers fired the bullet that killed Trader Joe’s manager Melyda Corado over the weekend.

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In the process called "realignment," some 33,000 inmates are being released from overcrowded state prisons by order of the US Supreme Court, with LA County Probation and the Sheriff's…

Prisoner 'Realignment:' Reducing Recidivism or Public Safety Nightmare?

In the process called "realignment," some 33,000 inmates are being released from overcrowded state prisons by order of the US Supreme Court, with LA County Probation and the Sheriff's…

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