Sheriff & Chief of Police

February 27, 20062 Comments

  Los Angeles, CA.  February 27, 2006   Who decides whether an officer involved shooting is justified and within Police Policy?  And, who is best qualified to determine whether or not a police shooting is within Police Policy? Full Disclosure Network(R) presents an eight-minute video news blog featuring LAPD Chief William Bratton who reveals the conflict […]

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February 20, 2006No Comments

Los Angeles, CA. In a seven-minute preview, the Full Disclosure Network™ presents L. A. County District Attorney Steve Cooley, Supervisor Michael Antonovich and Sheriff Leroy Baca describing how criminal aliens are NOT prosecuted under California’s Three Strikes Law. When criminal aliens have been convicted of a crime in California, they serve their time in prison […]

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February 20, 2006No Comments

Los Angeles, CA. In seven-minute news video blog the Full Disclosure Network™ presents L. A. County District Attorney Steve Cooley, Supervisor Michael Antonovich and Sheriff Leroy Baca describing how criminal aliens are NOT prosecuted under California’s Three Strikes Law. This shocking and revealing video can be viewed below as a public service. When criminal aliens […]

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February 12, 20062 Comments

Los Angeles, CA. February 12, 2006  Has the Three Strikes law in California had any impact in the reduction of crime?  In an eight-minute video news blog Sheriff Leroy Baca and LAPD Chief William Bratton strongly disagree.  The Full Disclosure Network(R) has produced the debate between the two TOP COPS in L. A. and which […]

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February 1, 2006One Comment

In a two-part interview with the Full Disclosure NetworkT Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona takes on the hot issues surrounding his administration, dismissing the dogged coverage of the L. A. Times and extolling the virtues of new programs making his Department more effective. From the interview, a ten minute preview is now available on the […]

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September 19, 2005One Comment

Los Angeles, CA. Orange County Mike Carona and Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy Baca explain their policies on giving guns and badges to poltical donors in an eight minute (8) Full Disclosure Network® video news blog. Both Carona and Baca describe political donations made to their campaigns by Reserve Deputies, Under Sheriffs and personnel in […]

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July 1, 2005One Comment

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca tells Full Disclosure Network® “We are a social service agency and I am viewed as a social service sheriff.” Baca’s comments were made in the first segment of the program covering “use of force” policy changes within the department since the well publicized shooting incident in the City of […]

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June 15, 2005No Comments

Los Angeles, CA. L. A. County Sheriff Lee Baca describes the Compton California shoot-out and suspensions involving thirteen Deputy Sheriffs in an exclusive Full Disclosure™ one-hour interview with Emmy award winning host Leslie Dutton videotaped on Thursday, June 9, 2005. An eight minute video preview containing Baca’s detailed explanation of shooting, reprimands, policy changes and community […]

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May 26, 2005One Comment

According to Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca the politics of being Sheriff in one of the nation’s largest counties is one where he often is challenged by elected officials from some 40 contract cities, the Metropolitian Transit Authority and nine Community Colleges when ever problems happen. On this Part-one of a two part Full […]

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May 12, 2005One Comment

Los Angeles, CA – According to retired LAPD Captain Kenneth Hillman who also served as a Director of the police union, a small group of partisans were the masterminds who reformed the Los Angeles Police Department. “They own it” said Hillman in describing the partisan politicalization of the LAPD which also resulted in the Los […]

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