LAPD Begins Two-Year Federal Compliance Period

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The Los Angeles Police Department enters an important stage tomorrow in its reform after the Rampart corruption scandal, beginning two years in which it must show “substantial compliance” with scores of federally mandated changes, reports the Los Angeles Times. U.S. District Judge Garry Feess is expected to look at the “totality of the circumstances” in
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