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The rapper and producer Wyclef Jean was handcuffed by officers he believed to be from the LAPD. He posted video of the altercation and threatened to sue the department.

Lawyers for the city of Los Angeles have reached a $4 million settlement with the family of Brendon Glenn.

A Los Angeles police officer fatally shot and killed a 16-year-old boy in South L.A. on Thursday after the teen reportedly called 911 himself before the shooting and left his family a “farewell note.”

After receiving a 911 call from a woman alleging Chris Brown threatened her with a gun, the LAPD is currently investigating at the R&B singer's L.A. mansion.

Aformer Los Angeles Police Department detective was awarded $50,000 as part of a settlement with the city. Frank Lyga alleges he lost his job after being “wrongfully perceived to be racist.” This from the same man who shot and killed fellow LAPD Officer and Black man Kevin Gaines in 1997. Lyga was found to be acting in self-defense […]

Los Angeles settles a discrimination lawsuit for $50,000. The case involved a White LAPD detective who killed a Black officer.

Chauncey Mahan blames Jay's attorneys for telling cops that the tapes were stolen property and part of an extortion plot.

According to the AP, Jace shot his wife twice on May 14, 2014 in their Los Angeles home, with one bullet hitting her back while their two children looked on.

The Los Angeles coroner's office claims Wakiesha Wilson hung herself on Easter Sunday, days before her release. Sound familiar?

A civilian oversight panel ruled Tuesday that LAPD officers were justified in the shooting of Black unarmed homeless man Charly Keundeu Keunang writes The Guardian. Keunang, who lived on the streets of Los Angeles’ Skid Row, was shot six times which included two shots to the chest reports the oulet. The Los Angeles police commission held a […]

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck recommended on Monday that criminal charges should be filed against an officer who shot a homeless man in the back and killed him last year, reports the Los Angeles Times.

California governor Jerry Brown has signed legislation for a new law designed to guard people of color against racial profiling at the hands of police…