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June 27, 1996 | JULIE TAMAKI and KATE FOLMAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Los Angeles Unified School District Police force, which administrators say is too short of officers to protect schools from widespread burglaries and vandalism, has assigned patrol units for the past three years to keep watch over the Bel-Air home of school Supt. Sid Thompson. Thompson told school board members Wednesday that the practice was appropriate because of "hate mail and threats against my person and family."
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June 28, 1996 | KATE FOLMAR and JULIE TAMAKI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Los Angeles School Supt. Sid Thompson directed school police officials Thursday to immediately cancel nightly patrols outside his Bel-Air home, saying he was unaware he was getting special protection at the same time that school police have complained of having too few officers to cope with a $16-million wave of campus burglaries and vandalism. Thompson defended the 3-year-old practice Wednesday in a memo to school board members, saying he and his family have received hate mail and threats.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1996 | JULIE TAMAKI and KATE FOLMAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Los Angeles Unified School District police force, which administrators say is so short of officers that it cannot protect schools from widespread burglaries and vandalism, has assigned patrol units for the past three years to keep watch over the Bel-Air home of school Supt. Sid Thompson. Thompson told school board members Wednesday that the practice was appropriate because of "hate mail and threats against my person and family."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1996 | JULIE TAMAKI and KATE FOLMAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Los Angeles Unified School District Police force, which administrators say is too short of officers to protect schools from widespread burglaries and vandalism, has assigned patrol units for the past three years to keep watch over the Bel-Air home of school Supt. Sid Thompson. Thompson told school board members Wednesday that the practice was appropriate because of "hate mail and threats against my person and family."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 28, 1996 | KATE FOLMAR and JULIE TAMAKI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Los Angeles School Supt. Sid Thompson directed school police officials Thursday to immediately cancel nightly patrols outside his Bel-Air home, saying he was unaware he was getting special protection at the same time that school police have complained of having too few officers to cope with a $16-million wave of campus burglaries and vandalism. Thompson defended the 3-year-old practice Wednesday in a memo to school board members, saying he and his family have received hate mail and threats.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 2004 | Erika Hayasaki, Times Staff Writer
The ACLU of Southern California filed a lawsuit Thursday alleging that administrators, teachers and security guards at Washington Preparatory High School in South Los Angeles had harassed gay and lesbian students. The American Civil Liberties Union filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court on behalf of two Washington Prep students and the campus' Gay-Straight Alliance Network club.
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October 5, 1985 | DAVID REYES, Times Staff Writer
Hundreds of high school students in the Tustin Unified School District staged a protest and walkout Friday in support of striking Tustin teachers, who voted later in the day to extend their strike at least through Tuesday. Sandy Banis, president of the Tustin Educators Assn., said that a vote Friday afternoon was held to offer striking teachers an opportunity to end the 3-day-old strike and resume instruction.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1996 | MARTIN MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Documents were examined and rejected as insufficient. Neighbors were interviewed. Finally, investigators were dispatched on several occasions to inspect the private Huntington Beach residence, even checking the closets for clues. It sounds more like the tactics of law enforcement than those of an elementary school district.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 18, 1989 | ELAINE WOO and BARBARA KOH, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Both sides in the Beverly Hills teachers strike said late Tuesday night that they will resume talks today, although the district and the union disagreed on whether the new round of negotiations might produce a settlement. Bill Gordon, chief negotiator for the teachers, said that if the district is willing to alter its latest offer, the labor dispute might be settled as early as today. "When this is settled it's going to be at the bargaining table, not the picket line," Gordon said.
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June 27, 1996 | JULIE TAMAKI and KATE FOLMAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Los Angeles Unified School District police force, which administrators say is so short of officers that it cannot protect schools from widespread burglaries and vandalism, has assigned patrol units for the past three years to keep watch over the Bel-Air home of school Supt. Sid Thompson. Thompson told school board members Wednesday that the practice was appropriate because of "hate mail and threats against my person and family."
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