William Bratton

Los Angeles Police Department

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Former Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department

William Bratton on KCRW

After seven years as Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, Bill Bratton is leaving at the end of this month.

Chief Bratton Prepares to Depart LA

After seven years as Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, Bill Bratton is leaving at the end of this month.

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William Bratton  resigned  yesterday with three years left on his term as Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department.

LAPD Chief Bratton Reflects on His Impact on the City

William Bratton resigned yesterday with three years left on his term as Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department.

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After the Rodney King beating in 1991 and the Rampart corruption scandal of 1999, the federal Department of Justice threatened to sue the Los Angeles Police Department over a pattern…

Has the Federal Consent Decree Improved the LAPD?

After the Rodney King beating in 1991 and the Rampart corruption scandal of 1999, the federal Department of Justice threatened to sue the Los Angeles Police Department over a pattern…

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