L.A.’s Bratton Wants $4.8 Million Now for Reforms

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The Los Angeles Police Department seems resigned to six-month delays for many proposed changes, including $27 million to hire 320 new officers and to buy patrol cars. The Los Angeles Times says officials need $4.8 million now to fund the cornerstone of new Chief William J. Bratton's permanent reforms, reorganization. Said Bratton: "It might seem like a small amount of money to some. But it's vital to turning around this department and this is money . . .

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