Panel Approves 25 Reforms Aimed at LAPD Bias, Discipline

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Los Angeles police commissioners approved a wide-ranging set of recommendations on Tuesday that called on the LAPD to improve how it guards against possible racial bias by officers, strengthen community policing and evaluate the department’s discipline system, reports the Los Angeles Times. The 25 recommendations are part of the civilian panel’s broader push to reform the LAPD, which has . . .

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