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LAPD Chief Moore: hostages killed in crossfire, body camera videos, predictive policing and more

LAPD chief Michel Moore stands for a portrait in Pasadena, California on Wednesday August 15, 2018.
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LAPD chief Michel Moore stands for a portrait in Pasadena, California on Wednesday August 15, 2018.

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore joins Larry Mantle for first monthly check-in on AirTalk.

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore joins Larry Mantle for first monthly check-in on AirTalk. Topics discussed include:

  • Two incidents in which hostages were killed in crossfire.

  • Videotaped arrest of Amber Neal at La Cienega and Centinela, after kidnapping of actor.

  • Department releases officer video of suspect who died in custody.

  • Activists call for end to predictive policing that uses data to aid in officer deployment. The activists claim it leads to profiling and discrimination.

  • Sacramento bill that would require law enforcement agencies to sometimes identify officers involved in incidents which lead to discipline.

  • Under the new Chief’s direction, will there be any change in emphasis or policy for how officers interact with homeless residents?

  • How does LAPD combat illegal street racing facilitated by social media?

Guest:

Michel Moore, Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department; he tweets

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