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September 21, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The appointment of Robert Saltzman to the city Ethics Commission was unanimously approved Tuesday by the City Council. The associate dean of USC Law School was nominated by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. He joins the five-member commission that oversees the agency that enforces ethics, lobbying and campaign finance law.
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September 10, 2013 | By Joel Rubin
Steve Soboroff did not wait long before making his presence felt in the Los Angeles Police Department. About 2 1/2 minutes into his opening remarks after he joined the city's Police Commission and was elected as its president, Soboroff called bluntly for the department to outfit officers with small video cameras that attach to their uniforms and would record potentially controversial encounters. The technology, he said, needed to be in place "soon. " And, by that, he said, "I mean within 18 months, not 18 years.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The City Council voted Wednesday to confirm Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's latest nominee to the Board of Police Commissioners. Robert Saltzman, associate dean of the USC Gould School of Law, will replace Wells Fargo bank executive Shelley Freeman on the five-member commission, which serves as the civilian oversight panel for the Los Angeles Police Department. Saltzman, who is openly gay, has spent the last two years on the city's Ethics Commission.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The City Council voted Wednesday to confirm Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's latest nominee to the Board of Police Commissioners. Robert Saltzman, associate dean of the USC Gould School of Law, will replace Wells Fargo bank executive Shelley Freeman on the five-member commission, which serves as the civilian oversight panel for the Los Angeles Police Department. Saltzman, who is openly gay, has spent the last two years on the city's Ethics Commission.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 2013 | By Joel Rubin
Steve Soboroff did not wait long before making his presence felt in the Los Angeles Police Department. About 2 1/2 minutes into his opening remarks after he joined the city's Police Commission and was elected as its president, Soboroff called bluntly for the department to outfit officers with small video cameras that attach to their uniforms and would record potentially controversial encounters. The technology, he said, needed to be in place "soon. " And, by that, he said, "I mean within 18 months, not 18 years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 2008 | David Zahniser
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Tuesday named a nationally known election reform advocate to fill a seat on the city's Ethics Commission. Paul H. Turner, who works in community relations and development for Citibank, will fill the seat vacated by Robert Saltzman, who recently joined the city's Police Commission. Turner worked from 2001 to 2006 at the Greenlining Institute's Claiming Our Democracy Program, which advocated for such policies as same-day voter registration and full public financing of elections.
BUSINESS
July 30, 1987
Robert P. Saltzman has been named executive vice president of Kaufman & Broad Inc., Los Angeles. He retains operating responsibility for the company's life insurance subsidiaries and remains president of Atlanta-based Sun Life Group of America and executive vice president of Sun Life U.S.A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 2014 | By Joel Rubin
The Los Angeles Police Commission is poised to adopt a major shift in the way it judges police shootings, tying an officer's decision to pull the trigger to his actions in the moments leading up to the incident. The rule change, which will be taken up Tuesday, would settle years of debate over whether the commission can make a determination that a shooting violated department policy if the officer created a situation in which deadly force was necessary. Until now, the commission has generally focused on the narrow question of whether an officer faced a deadly threat at the moment he opened fire.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 2007 | Paul Pringle, Times Staff Writer
Hollywood rehab can produce unhappy endings, even when the patient isn't named Lindsay or Britney. That's what Kelly Logan learned when he sought treatment for a methamphetamine addiction at Promises Malibu, detox destination to the stars. Logan's brother, Garfield, says he paid $42,000 up front to admit the former professional surfer for a month at Promises' canyon-top Mediterranean-style home. Five days later, he says, Promises kicked Logan out for belligerent behavior but kept all the money.
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September 21, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The appointment of Robert Saltzman to the city Ethics Commission was unanimously approved Tuesday by the City Council. The associate dean of USC Law School was nominated by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. He joins the five-member commission that oversees the agency that enforces ethics, lobbying and campaign finance law.
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March 25, 2014 | By Kate Mather and Matt Stevens
LAPD Asst. Chief Michel Moore described Monday's Hollywood Hills shooting, in which one officer was injured, as a sudden and unprovoked attack. Moore, filling in for Chief Charlie Beck at Tuesday's Police Commission meeting, said investigators were still looking into the circumstances surrounding the incident, which occurred as o fficers were responding to a domestic violence call in the 8100 block of Gould Avenue about 8 a.m. ...
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