This is a very good video,Fighting at venice beach call LAPD. very good job by all
Thia video is lapd at its best i was home and i said wow look at that all who where lucky to see this loved it thanks
LAPD Police in Action on Venice Beach, California - Raw News Footage. Los Angeles Police Department
I got my letter from EAA today (Sunday - 9/21/2008). Honestly I don't give a damn about what EAA serves me. What I'm concerned with is if we can go after this supposedly LAPD personnel for anything? I hope we can.
We listen to Officer Joseph of the LAPD explain the new police presence and steps that had been taken to keep the art experience safer. For one thing they Tom Gilmore, Bert Green and others came up with a very good compromise to relive the crowing on the side and walks and give the street vendors a home of sorts inside a parking lot area on Main and 5th Streets. The Los Angeles Town Crier, Don Gaza opened the show with additional appearances by Captain Blake Chow and DLANC President Russell Brown.
LAPD COP NOT HAPPY ABOUT ME VIDEO TAPEING HIM MAKING ARREST
A peaceful protest at the site of a fatal shooting of a Guatemalan immigrant by the LAPD took a violent turn, ending with four arrest and three injured officers.
The Nena Aragón Show - Autism with an Attitude
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On a beautiful Thursday afternoon in Skid Row Lead Officer Deon Joseph presented an electric chair to Skid Row resident & community activist Ms. Barbara Aduwa who had a major back operation and largely confined to a stroller. This chair will undoubtedly improve the quality of life for Barbara who is also an excellent artist; She just recently appeared in the documentary about skid row artist called, Humble Beauty: Artists of Skid Row. One thing that is important to mention is that the chair was in need of repair and that Officer Joseph and several other officer of Central Division Police Station dug into their pockets and pooled together in order to make this dream and prayer of Barbara’s the reality we now show you.
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"Invasion" Distributed by Tubemogul.
Sergeant Eric Holyfield charged in a lawsuit that the LAPD demoted him and passed him up for promotions. Why is that? Find out more and learn2discern the truth. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Famous filmmakers Denis and Terry Sanders made this dark and powerful educational film, which was used as a no-nonsense training tool for new police recruits in Los Angeles. Dry and hard hitting, the film provides a harrowing look at illegal drug use, particularly heroin use in 1950's Los Angeles. It depicts in some detail drug use and the social problems it creates, as well as the effects of heroin and heroin abuse. Dual narrators ask and then answer questions about how to control and deal with urban drug use and substance abuse prevention for police officers training. Staged scenes of heroin junkies shooting up, going through withdrawal, and being arrested are also shown. Shot partially in the Bunker Hill neighborhood of Los Angeles before redevelopment, this film has great footage of that now lost area and serves as a small piece of the history of Los Angeles. This is one of those chilling police training videos that still shocks today.
Embarassing situations for the LAPD where celebs didn't get charged neither for crashing into a truck drunk nor for waving around with weed in front of the police...Well it's worth beeing a celeb nowadays...