Community Policing

Community Policing

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Issues: 
Immigration policies should promote reunification of immediate families; meet economic, business and employment needs; and be responsive to those facing political persecution or humanitarian crises.
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Los Angeles

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AB 2542 Racial Justice Act

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SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Ash Kalra (D-San Jose), author of Assembly Bill 2542 (AB 2542), also known as the California Racial Justice Act, was joined by advocates to urge support for the landmark bill addressing racial discrimination in criminal

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Event Date: 
Jul 23 2018 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Event location: 

Ronald Deaton Civic Auditorium

The future of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is unclear. Sheriff Jim McDonnell faced two challengers in the primary election and was forced into a runoff by retired LASD Lieutenant Alex Villanueva.

Event Date: 
Jun 19 2018 - 10:30am to 12:00pm
Event location: 

League of Women Voters of Los Angeles office

Join us for our next meeting. Agenda items: youth brochure on police stops, legislation, incarceration, prosecutorial reform

Public Statement
 

Position

Support of the Police Commission in its Charter-given role as head of the police Department, and its ability to remove the Chief of Police with concurrence of the Mayor and City Council.
Event Date: 
Apr 5 2018 - 9:45am to 1:00pm
Event location: 

Women's City Club

The crisis in American policing, according to Barry Friedman, founder of NYU Law's Policing Project, can only be addressed by vigorous and persistent participation of citizens in helping to set policies governing police. For our April 5th League Day the LWV-PA Social Justice Committee and LWV-LA Committee on Criminal Justice Reform will present a discussion on how policing policy is actually made today, and why informed citizen engagement in policy setting is long overdue.

News

This 7-minute video provides highlights of a 2-hour panel on community policing held at Loyola Law School on April 2, 2016.