Los Angeles Police Department

May 3, 2021

UCLA Luskin Summit: 2021 Los Angeles Quality of Life Index

Former LA County Supervisor and Director of the Los Angeles Initative at UCLA Luskin, Zev Yaroslavsky unveils the results from the sixth annual Quality of Life index, which reveals fascinating insights into how residents' priorities and perspectives on public leadership have shifted—or not—in light of the challenges and uncertainties experienced over the past year.

August 27, 2014

LAPD / City Collective Bargaining: An Imbalance of Power

Ron Kaye delves into the political history of the City of Los Angeles Police Department and unions—with more than half a century of wage, work-week, and pension disputes as context.

March 3, 2005

Residents Want Promised Civic Park, Not Police Station for Downtown Los Angeles Site

Concerned citizens say that a new police headquarters downtown would be a detriment to revitalization and ongoing cultural initiatives.

January 19, 2005

LA Police Chief Bratton Addresses The Need for New Police Facilities

A $300 new million Downtown headquarters is only one part of a building program around the city that will cost nearly $1 billion.

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