Red Lights + Sirens = Faster Cop Response In L.A.

Print
Los Angeles police are responding more quickly to emergencies under a new policy directing officers to use red lights and sirens more often, says the Los Angeles Times. LAPD has reduced its average emergency response time citywide from 10.5 minutes to 6.5 minutes in the last two weeks. “That change in policy has in the
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.