Helping the LAPD with its Promise to be Transparent

We’re not against the police.  We’re not against the police department, but we are against police who commit misconduct (and those who help cover it up).

 

So I’ve decided I want to further help Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck in his quest to make the department we all know and love more transparent. After all, every time I see him that’s usually what he’s talking about.

Below is the most recent report on officer discipline.  It’s an interesting read and goes to show that officers are really not that different from the civilians they work for–they get DUIs too and involved all other kinds of shenanigans.  Anyway, happy reading!

I’ll continue to publish these as they are issued or until the department decides to just publish them on their own.

Here’s to a better, more improved and transparent Los Angeles Police Department.

 

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Disciplinary Penalties Page One

Disciplinary Penalties Page One (July 2014)

 

Disciplinary Penalties Page Two (July 2014)

Disciplinary Penalties Page Two (July 2014)

 

Disciplinary Penalties Page Three (July 2014)

Disciplinary Penalties Page Three (July 2014)

The Court of Public Opinion

  • SurfPuppy619

    Late to work 23 times and the STILL have a job?? only in government.

  • JP

    What you don’t understand about the above “disciplinary” items is that the Dept makes up a lot of the charges based on what they think is wrong. Even if no one complains. Also, they will go back a few months to see if there’s anything else you may have done wrong just to add to the charges, especially if you’re not a favorite…