LAPD legal woes: 53 former officers sued and unkept promises
LAPD suing 53 former officers
The city of Los Angeles is suing 53 former LAPD officers for $1.6 million, alleging that they broke their employment contracts by leaving within five years of graduating from the Police Academy
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Judge chastises LAPD for consent decree 'failure'
A federal judge scolded city officials for failing to meet key provisions of a 2001 court consent decree to reform the Police Department
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(left) Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File)
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P-1 Member Feedback: Insight into tactics shown in news photo & tactical search reminders
In the last PoliceOne Newsletter the Associated Press photograph shown to the left, which accompanied an AP News story, drew insightful comment from PoliceOne Member Sgt. Mary J. Palka, an academy instructor with U.S. Capitol Police (WA)
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Fighting from the ground up
by Columnist Dave Young, Director of Specialized Programs for Fox Valley Tech. College's Redman Training Division
You're pinned back-down to the ground with a suspect straddling your chest. He's raining punches down on you and you can't immediately get to your weapons to defend yourself. What do you do?
In this week's PoliceOne Video Tip, Instructor Dave Young, Director of Specialized Training for Fox Valley Technical College's Redman Training Division, shows you step-by-step strategies for protecting yourself while moving out from under an attack and returning to a position of dominance
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