L.A. Police Reforms Praised By Court Monitor

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An official monitor says the Los Angeles Police Department is moving toward “substantial compliance” with a list of reforms, says the Los Angeles Times. The came from Michael Cherkasky, named by a federal judge to study how well the department, under pressure from the U.S. Justice Department, is improving operations. Cherkasky was appointed after the
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