The long, slow, steady decline of a once-great city.
To the cop, there are few human foibles that come as a great surprise. This one did.
Officers are supposed to hold illegals arrested for other reasons until the feds arrive. Chief Beck wants them released.
Jury doesn't hear key details that might have exonerated officers.
A veteran police captain committed the unpardonable sin of allowing Chief Beck to be embarrassed.
An L.A. television station's inflammatory reporting has brought forth a new star into the victimhood cosmos.
The Tulsa PD is punishing a police captain for refusing to attend an Islamic “cultural event” at a local mosque.
Most in the NYPD recognize the folly of relying on new laws to keep weapons out of the hands of people like the man accused in the Aurora shooting. And they resent being used as props in their mayor's wishful thinking. Also read: Bloomberg Now Meddling in New Moms’ Breastfeeding
May we soon know her name, may she get the praise and thanks she very much deserves.
A new law authorizes citizens to use force against “public servants” (read police officers) whom they reasonably believe to be entering their home illegally.
Come and see the ineffectiveness inherent in the system.
Imagine working in a profession where your life-or-death decision is analyzed over months, via reports, photographs, and digital 3-D animated reconstructions.
At the intersection of Rodney King and Trayvon Martin.
Charting a course through the rocky shoals that sank the USS Derbyshire.
To Maxine Waters and the rest of the racial grievance industry, racial profiling is a greater threat to African-Americans than violent crime.
Expect no clean resolution to the Trayvon Martin shooting.
When it comes to preventing terrorism, the MSM's motto is "Better dead than rude."
By showing compassion for unlicensed drivers, the LAPD has chosen to deny it to those who will become their victims.
Bending over backwards to let unlicensed drivers keep their cars.
Why is it so hard for the chief of police to follow the law?
With the exception of some serial-killer investigations, I’ve never in my long career seen as much investigative weight thrown into a case.
There was a time in California when the law affected the number of illegal aliens coming over the border. Today it is the number that affects the law.
A first-hand account of the textbook police action that evicted Occupy Los Angeles.
Police Chief Charlie Beck is abetting the lawlessness. Related: L.A. Mayor Offering Farmland and Office Space if the Occupiers Will Just Leave Already