Two former Presidents of the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Unions expose the turmoil inside their Unions ALADS and PPOA. Roy Burns served five terms as president and believes this is a battle for power to control the Association of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriff’s Union (ALADS) and the dues from 8,000 plus Deputies. Lt. Patrick Gomez former President of the Professional Police Officers Association (PPOA) who is one of seven candidates for Sheriff believes that the fight is a struggle between supporters of the candidates who are running for Sheriff in a race where there is no incumbent running. Watch the extensive video coverage of this contentious campaign on FullDisclosure.net
Categories: FDN, Law Enforcement, Police Politics, Sheriff & Chief of Police
Tagged In: ALADS, Patrick Gomez, Roy Burns, Sheriff Union, union politics
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