In Part 2 of a two-part interview David S. Cunningham, III president of the Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners, told Full Disclosure host Leslie Dutton that Commissioners serve at the pleasure of the Mayor (Hahn) while their role under the City Charter is to be an independent commission even though the Mayor has the authority to remove them from the Commission.
Watch this revealing 2-minute preview video here of Segment 6 of 6 in a two part interview with Todd Rogers, LASD Assistant Sheriff who reveals that Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell, the run-off candidate for L A County Sheriff, is presiding over a $10 million lawsuit against the Long Beach Police Department, due to his officers being caught on video fatallly shooting an individual who was suspected of a petty crime.
According to Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca the politics of being Sheriff in one of the nation's largest counties is one where he often is challenged by elected officials from some 40 contract cities, the Metropolitian Transit Authority and nine Community Colleges when ever problems happen.
Los Angeles, CA Lt. Patrick Gomez, a highly principled individual, shares his emotional devastation as he tells of the horrendous terrorization of his wife and children, vicious threats of violence over the phone, cars parked outside the home and being followed, and the fear of the police that his children developed during this highly traumatic period in their lives.
The history of immigration enforcement policies and the struggle between the LAPD, County Sheriffs and Federal government over the past twelve years is set forth in a series of two programs featuring top law enforcement officials.
In a two-part interview with the Full Disclosure NetworkT Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona takes on the hot issues surrounding his administration, dismissing the dogged coverage of the L. A. Times and extolling the virtues of new programs making his Department more effective.
Three top cops debate whether or not police policy should prohibit officers from chasing criminal suspects on foot when they are alone or without police back-up.
What do Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca have in Common? Both have been convicted of Crimes.