LAPD Chief Michel Moore said robberies involving guns in the city increased by 70 percent this year. That's why he has some sharp criticism for how suspects are handled or not handled after they're arrested.Cell phone video of an armed robbery in January is part of a growing case file against 18-year-old Matthew Adams, who was arrested alongside Eric Wilson, 32 and Jayon Sparks, 24."He's definitely violent. He's definitely armed and so his involvement is significant," said LAPD Lt. Ben Fernandes.The supervisor of LAPD's recently formed Follow Home Task Force says all of Adams' alleged crimes had something in common. "Handguns....
Moore, who was an officer at the time, recalls getting called to the scene and says the shootout significantly changed American policing forever.
Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore said he's working to "more aggressively" go after criminals and seek "full prosecution" as the city sees an alarming spike in violent crimes.
LAPD Chief Michel Moore's security detail is under investigation for wrongfully detaining a man during a trip to France
Los Angeles Police Department officers were in France last month to discuss Olympic security. While there, a security detail for LAPD Chief Michel Moore wrongfully detained a man in Marseille. Moore announced that an LAPD internal investigation has been launched into the incident.
Two members of Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore’s security detail are under investigation after detaining an individual in the streets of France during an overseas trip by LAPD commanders last month, police officials confirmed to The Times. The group had traveled abroad to meet with French counterparts about security preparations for the Summer Olympics, […]
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Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore and L.A. County District Attorney George Gascón Wednesday said they hoped to see a decline in violent crimes in the coming months due to a new joint effort.
Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel R. Moore sat down with Spectrum News 1 anchor Alex Cohen for an exclusive interview about officer training. He discussed the role law and order can — and should — play during demonstrations and protests. He says there hasn't been enough officer training. "It's...
To the editor: Thank you for your editorials advocating for police reform instead of defunding. Today’s Los Angeles Police Department is the most reformed, and perhaps the most reform-minded, large police department in the nation. Our nation yearns for policing that reflects our shared values of racial equity and fair, effective enforcement of the law.
Los Angeles police Chief Michel Moore discussed the future of policing. He also discussed the lessons learned from Rodney King beating to George Floyd's death in Minnesota.
LOS ANGELES - On Tuesday, Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore told police commissioners that homicides and shooting violence, which have been increasing in the city throughout the pandemic, is beginning to slow and return to pre-pandemic levels. "I am remarking that we are beginning to see the violence slow...
Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore has been hospitalized for an unspecified medical problem, authorities confirmed Tuesday. In a statement, the Los Angeles Police Department said Moore drove himself to Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center on Monday because he "was not feeling well."
Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore has been released from the hospital after he was admitted for an unspecified medical problem, authorities confirmed Tuesday. In a statement, the Los Angeles Police Department said Moore drove himself to Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center on Monday because he "was not feeling well."
LAPD Chief Michel Moore is out of the hospital after being hospitalized. The LAPD released a statement Tuesday afternoon writing "Chief Moore has been released from the hospital and appreciates the expressions of support that he has received. The Chief asked that we continue to keep our Department personnel still hospitalized in our thoughts and prayers."
Los Angeles Police Dept. (LAPD) Chief Michel Moore was released from a hospital today following an overnight stay for an undisclosed medical issue. The LAPD announced Moore’s release from County-USC Medical Center in a statement about 5 p.m., saying he “appreciates the expressions of support that he has received.”. The...