Paul Weber

President, Los Angeles Police Protective League

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President of the Los Angeles Police Protective League, the union that represents most of the LA Police Department's rank and file officers

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Here in the gang capital of the nation, the Los Angeles Police Department has been making progress, with an 11.1 percent drop in gang-related crime last year alone.

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