LAPD officers may quit over disclosure demand
Related: P1 News Report — LAPD to scrutinize officers' finances
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Some 500 Los Angeles Police Department gang and narcotic officers are threatening to retire or change jobs if the city follows through on a plan that would force them to reveal their personal finances, union officials say.
A financial disclosure proposal set to be considered Thursday by the five-member civilian police commission would be the last major hurdle to comply with a 7-year-old federal consent decree meant to root out police corruption.
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