Rob Saltzman

Los Angeles Police Commission

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Commissioner of the Los Angeles Police Commission and Associate Dean and Professor at the USC Law School

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The LA Police Commission is scheduled to vote tomorrow on whether to re-nominate Charlie Beck for a second term as Chief of the LAPD.

New Investigation Shows LAPD Misclassified 1,200 Violent Crimes

The LA Police Commission is scheduled to vote tomorrow on whether to re-nominate Charlie Beck for a second term as Chief of the LAPD.

from Which Way, L.A.?

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck makes a distinction between "mistakes of the heart and mistakes of the mind."

LA Police Commission Pressures Chief on Officer Shootings

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck makes a distinction between "mistakes of the heart and mistakes of the mind."

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It's a state-of-the-art facility with electronic fingerprinting and a monitoring system that could provide updates on overcrowding -- if there were any inmates.

LA Builds a Jail for No One

It's a state-of-the-art facility with electronic fingerprinting and a monitoring system that could provide updates on overcrowding -- if there were any inmates.

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