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May 21, 1995 | JEFF BRAZIL and LISA RESPERS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Leaders of the union representing Los Angeles' rank-and-file police officers demanded Saturday that Chief Willie L. Williams be disciplined, just like an ordinary officer, if he lied to the city Police Commission about receiving free rooms from a Las Vegas hotel. As the union stated its position, a lawyer for Williams went on the attack as well, branding allegations that the chief lied as "politically calculated smear tactics."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1995 | JEFF BRAZIL and LISA RESPERS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Leaders of the union representing Los Angeles' rank-and-file police officers demanded Saturday that Chief Willie L. Williams be disciplined, just like an ordinary officer, if he lied to the city Police Commission about receiving free rooms from a Las Vegas hotel. As the union stated its position, a lawyer for Williams went on the attack as well, branding allegations that the chief lied as "politically calculated smear tactics."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1994
The Los Angeles Police Commission, as part of a series of hearings on the progress of reform measures in the LAPD, has scheduled a special session for today. It will take place at 4 p.m. in the commission hearing room at Parker Center and will address personnel issues raised by the Christopher Commission in its 1991 study of the LAPD. Commissioners are expected to review the LAPD's progress toward meeting the Christopher panel's recommendations regarding personnel.
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April 11, 1995
The Los Angeles Police Commission met in closed session at the exclusive California Club Monday evening to discuss its investigation of alleged misconduct by Police Chief Willie L. Williams. The investigation entered its conclusive phase last week when the commission questioned Williams for hours behind closed doors. Commission spokeswoman Elena Stern said she understood that the private club in downtown Los Angeles had been chosen because of its central location.
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February 14, 1995
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the president of the Police Commission and Southwest Airlines after the commissioner allegedly flashed a badge to slip past airport security. Enrique Hernandez Jr. and Southwest both could face fines for the Jan. 27 incident at Los Angeles International Airport, said FAA spokesman Fred O'Donnell.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 11, 1995
The Los Angeles Police Commission met in closed session at the exclusive California Club Monday evening to discuss its investigation of alleged misconduct by Police Chief Willie L. Williams. The investigation entered its conclusive phase last week when the commission questioned Williams for hours behind closed doors. Commission spokeswoman Elena Stern said she understood that the private club in downtown Los Angeles had been chosen because of its central location.
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August 20, 1992
The Los Angeles Police Commission has scheduled a special meeting on Friday to amend a report on the Police Department's controversial K9 unit. The commission is expected to discuss the way the search dogs are trained in the 17-member unit, and to add language to its report that encourages a "find and bark method" over the "find and bite" style traditionally used in the department. The 46-page report, which includes nine recommendations, was adopted Tuesday at the commission's regular meeting.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1995
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the president of the Police Commission and Southwest Airlines after the commissioner allegedly flashed a badge to slip past airport security. Enrique Hernandez Jr. and Southwest both could face fines for the Jan. 27 incident at Los Angeles International Airport, said FAA spokesman Fred O'Donnell.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1994
The Los Angeles Police Commission, as part of a series of hearings on the progress of reform measures in the LAPD, has scheduled a special session for today. It will take place at 4 p.m. in the commission hearing room at Parker Center and will address personnel issues raised by the Christopher Commission in its 1991 study of the LAPD. Commissioners are expected to review the LAPD's progress toward meeting the Christopher panel's recommendations regarding personnel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 1992
The Los Angeles Police Commission has scheduled a special meeting on Friday to amend a report on the Police Department's controversial K9 unit. The commission is expected to discuss the way the search dogs are trained in the 17-member unit, and to add language to its report that encourages a "find and bark method" over the "find and bite" style traditionally used in the department. The 46-page report, which includes nine recommendations, was adopted Tuesday at the commission's regular meeting.
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