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The Reinstatement of Officer Stewart Documentary
Seeking to correct an injustice from more than a century ago, the Los Angeles Police Commission voted to posthumously reinstate and honor one of LAPD's first Black police officers. Robert Stewart spent 11 years on the force before he was unjustly fired. The five-member police commission voted unanimously to reinstate Officer Stewart. #OfficerRobertStewart #LAPD #RighttheWrong Follow LA CityView35 on our socials: Subscribe ➔ youtube.com/LACityview35?sub_confirmation=1 Website ➔ LACityView.org Facebook ➔ facebook.com/LACityView35 Twitter ➔ twitter.com/LACityView35 About us: LA CityView35 is your local municipal government channel bringing you the latest information on everything that matters to you including city services, resources, politics, news, culture, entertainment, and more! LA CityView Media Group is responsible for video production, social media, and cable television programming on behalf of the City of Los Angeles.
Protest + Promise Ep 11
Deputy Chief Emada Tingirides talks with students about responding to societal problems. #LAPD #LosAngelesPoliceDepartment #ProtestPromise #ChiefEmadaTingirides #LA35 As the new symbol of hope and reform, Deputy Chief Emada Tingirides of the Community Safety Partnership Bureau, sits down with students and Maria Hall-Brown to discuss authority, force and responding to societal problems. In the midst of a nation divided over recent conflicts with law enforcement officers, Chief Tingirides engages Generation Z in her efforts to connect the Los Angeles Police Department with the communities they serve.
Community Members Call New LAPD Bureau 'Hypocritical', Leader Says It Gives Police Another Tool To B
After more than a month of citywide protests following the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, city officials have announced their latest plan to help officers to develop relationships with the communities they police.
LAPD Behind the Scenes - Community Service Partnership
LAPDs Community Safety Partnership Program The Community Safety Partnership program (CSP) began in the Fall of 2011, and is a collaboration between the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). The mission of the program is to foster relationships with the residents in the Jordan Downs, Nickerson Gardens, Imperial Courts and Ramona Gardens housing communities. The ongoing focus is to start and support community and youth programs, address quality of life issues and develop programs to address and reduce violent crimes. All CSP personnel have been specifically trained and are required to: • Communicate with HACLA managers to address current or potential issues. • Attend community meetings • Identify quality of life issues • Participate in the Safe Passage program Some of the programs that have been implemented as a result of CSP are: • The Watts Bears Football Team (football teams comprised of kids ages 9-11 from all four housing developments) • First Girl Scout Troop (Ramona Gardens) • Camping trips coordinated through the Harold Robinson Foundation • Educational programs and scholarships to private schools • Sunburst Youth Academy, an alternative youth program rather than being arrested • CSP also provides referrals for recovery, social and mental health related programs
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