Timothy T. Williams, Jr.

Former senior detective supervisor for the LAPD; owner of T. T. Williams, Jr., Investigations Inc.

Former senior detective supervisor for the LAPD; author of “A Deep Dive: An Expert Analysis on Police Procedure, Use of Force and Wrongful Convictions;” owner of T. T. Williams, Jr., Investigations Inc.

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Is community policing something Angelenos want, and is it a scalable option? KCRW hears from Tim Williams, Jr. a former senior detective supervisor for the LA Police Department.

Former LAPD supervisor on creating better relationships between residents and police

Is community policing something Angelenos want, and is it a scalable option? KCRW hears from Tim Williams, Jr. a former senior detective supervisor for the LA Police Department.

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‘Nothing has changed but time and technology’: former LAPD detective

The LAPD is facing criticism for its handling of protests, from the use of tear gas and rubber bullets to enforcing curfews.

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