Bratton Conflict on LAPD Consent Decree? #VB26

In a February 2006 interview with the Full Disclosure Network®, Bratton predicted the Federal Consent Decree mandates would be extended beyond the five-year deadline to comply. Reasons cited were the Department’s failure to develop an experimental and comprehensive computer tracking system for officers, known as Teams II. According to LAPD Captain Ken Hillman, the specifications for the computer system are “pie in the sky”, and that no such computer system exists in the nation or the world.

Allegations that LAPD Chief William Bratton may have a conflict of interest in the ongoing LAPD Federal Consent decree that is being monitored by his former employer Kroll & Associates are featured in a thirteen minute Full Disclosure Network® Video News Blog. In the video are Chief Bratton, Councilman Bernard Parks, LAPD Captain Ken Hillman (ret), Assistant Chief David Gascon (ret), and LAPD Inspector General Jeffery Eglash (1998-2002)



Categories: Law Enforcement, Police Politics, Sheriff & Chief of Police

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