The Los Angeles Police Department has announced that of 1,356 allegations of biased policing against them by civilians, zero of those allegations were valid. Sure, sure, sure, sure.
On Monday, August 31, the Los Angeles Police Department assigned body cameras to its first patrol division. As the second largest city in the United States, this new policy is a significant, if insufficient, move towards the prevention of excessive police force and racial profiling.
Police arrested three people in Los Angeles who claimed to be members of the fabricated Masonic Fraternal Police Department, which was supposedly descended from the ancient Knights Templar order. The group’s website states that the first police department was created by the Knights Templar in 1100 B.C. and they had…
After almost 20 years and 35 assaults, police in Los Angeles are still searching for a serial rapist known as the "Teardrop Rapist" and are now asking the public for help in tracking him down.
In America, the winter of our discontent—with the police—continues. As New York cops channel their best Carrie Mathison and Cleveland cops battle Ferguson cops to see who can fell more unarmed bodies, Los Angeles cops are doing… something good. And when LA authorities—famous for actions like beating a homeless…
An audio recording of an incident involving Django Unchained actress Danièle Watts and the LAPD was released on Monday.
The mother and daughter who had their truck riddled with bullets when the LAPD mistook their vehicle for that of Christopher Dorner this past February during the manhunt for the homicidal ex-cop have been rewarded $4.2 million to split between themselves by the city of Los Angeles.
Well, this is incredibly creepy and very sad.
Prom. Man. If you were to judge high school based on films made about it, you would think that it's just four long years leading up to a dance. In reality, it can feel just as big and important to some teens. And if you're into prom, then you are really into your prom dress. In fact, that might be even more…
Luis Valenzuela and James Nichols, two narcotics officers in the Hollywood Division of the Los Angeles Police Department, are currently under investigation for allegedly using their badges to lure women into unmarked cars and forcing them to perform sex acts.
Thursday may have marked a milestone in the LAPD's storied legacy of police being put on trial — with her first-degree murder conviction, Detective Stephanie Lazarus became the first active-duty LAPD officer to be arrested for and convicted of murder.
Thanks to to activists, private donors, and public grants, the LAPD has tested all 6,132 unexamined rape kits in its storage freezers. So far, new identifications number in "the dozens"; some of the 1,000 matches were already convicted.