Peter Bibring

ACLU of Southern California

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Staff attorney and Director of Police Practices with the ACLU of Southern California

Peter Bibring on KCRW

A measure on next Tuesday’s ballot in Los Angeles would make a big change in how police officers are disciplined.

Measure C: A debate on changing how police are disciplined

A measure on next Tuesday’s ballot in Los Angeles would make a big change in how police officers are disciplined.

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The LA District Attorney announced today that eight officers of the LAPD  will not be charged  in a case of mistaken identity.

No Charges for LAPD Who Shot Newspaper Delivery Women

The LA District Attorney announced today that eight officers of the LAPD will not be charged in a case of mistaken identity.

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For the first time in the case of a fatal, on-duty shooting, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck has called for criminal charges against one of his officers.

Chief Beck Calls for Charges in Shooting of Homeless Man

For the first time in the case of a fatal, on-duty shooting, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck has called for criminal charges against one of his officers.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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