New LAPD Chief Michel Moore gets pinned by his wife, Cindy, during his swearing-in ceremony Wednesday, June 27, 2018, in the LA City Council Chambers as councilmembers Nury Martinez, Herb Wesson and Mitch Englander and Mayor Eric Garcetti look on. (Photo by David Crane/Los Angeles Daily News)
Michel Moore, who has held a variety of high-level positions during his nearly four-decade tenure at the Los Angeles Police Department, was confirmed and sworn in Wednesday as the agency’s 57th chief. The council voted unanimously to...
The Los Angeles Police Department welcomed back rookie officer Nick Wiltz at the Wilshire division. He took part in roll call, a routine way for any officer to start their shift. But for Wiltz, hearing his name called was anything but...
Police Sergeant Injured in Hit-and-Run After Domestic Violence Suspect Intentionally Rams SUV in Culver City: LAPD
A police sergeant was injured after her vehicle was struck intentionally by a domestic violence suspect who then fled the scene in Culver City early Tuesday morning, officials said. The suspect's silver Cadillac Escalade crashed into the...
The Los Angeles Police Department, roiled more than two decades ago by an infamous video of police brutality, entered a new era Wednesday, publicly releasing police body camera video in what will be a regular process aimed at increasing...