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March 31, 1997 | DADE HAYES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They popped up like gourmet coffee shops, occupying corners of shopping malls, office buildings and busy thoroughfares throughout the city. Now, some public officials worry that the Los Angeles Police Department's Community OutReach Centers may have expanded too fast too soon.
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December 10, 1998
Warning that public safety is at stake, a blue-ribbon panel recommended Wednesday that Los Angeles voters be asked to approve a $500-million bond measure for new facilities. The package was scaled back from $1.5 billion requested earlier by police and fire chiefs. The bond package recommended by the panel includes four new stations and a new headquarters to replace Parker Center.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1996
The Los Angeles City Council on Friday unanimously endorsed a proposed three-year contract for police officers that would include a 5% raise each year, costing the city more than $100 million. In exchange, city officials want Police Protective League members to give up four sick days a year. Also on the table is who will pay for so-called defense reps who help officers accused of wrongdoing. Currently, the city pays for defense reps.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 31, 1997 | DADE HAYES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They popped up like gourmet coffee shops, occupying corners of shopping malls, office buildings and busy thoroughfares throughout the city. Now, some public officials worry that the Los Angeles Police Department's Community OutReach Centers may have expanded too fast too soon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1996
Mayor Richard Riordan and Council President John Ferraro on Friday launched a special committee charged with finding a way to pay for the ongoing expansion of the Los Angeles Police Department, the largest such growth in history. Council members Richard Alatorre, Mike Feuer and Rita Walters, who form the panel's regular budget committee, will be joined by Controller Rick Tuttle and mayoral appointees William Siart and Donna Tuttle.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1998
Warning that public safety is at stake, a blue-ribbon panel recommended Wednesday that Los Angeles voters be asked to approve a $500-million bond measure for new facilities. The package was scaled back from $1.5 billion requested earlier by police and fire chiefs. The bond package recommended by the panel includes four new stations and a new headquarters to replace Parker Center.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1990
Los Angeles City Council members voted Friday to fund the Los Angeles Police Department's Asian task force, which had been threatened with losing its budget allocation. Police officials had warned that the unit would be disbanded this year if the city declined to fund the unit. For the last 14 years, Mayor Tom Bradley and the council had repeatedly turned down equipment and funding requests, forcing the task force to rely on money from the Police Department's general fund.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1996
Mayor Richard Riordan and Council President John Ferraro on Friday launched a special committee charged with finding a way to pay for the ongoing expansion of the Los Angeles Police Department, the largest such growth in history. Council members Richard Alatorre, Mike Feuer and Rita Walters, who form the panel's regular budget committee, will be joined by Controller Rick Tuttle and mayoral appointees William Siart and Donna Tuttle.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1996
The Los Angeles City Council on Friday unanimously endorsed a proposed three-year contract for police officers that would include a 5% raise each year, costing the city more than $100 million. In exchange, city officials want Police Protective League members to give up four sick days a year. Also on the table is who will pay for so-called defense reps who help officers accused of wrongdoing. Currently, the city pays for defense reps.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1990
Los Angeles City Council members voted Friday to fund the Los Angeles Police Department's Asian task force, which had been threatened with losing its budget allocation. Police officials had warned that the unit would be disbanded this year if the city declined to fund the unit. For the last 14 years, Mayor Tom Bradley and the council had repeatedly turned down equipment and funding requests, forcing the task force to rely on money from the Police Department's general fund.
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