Former LAPD Chief to Discuss LAPD Reform on Radio Interview

Former LAPD Chief to Discuss LAPD Reform on Radio Interview
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Former LAPD Chief Bernard Parks will discuss just what still needs to be done to completely reform the LAPD and the debate over the reappointment of LAPD Chief Michel Moore. He'll discuss this issue in an exclusive interview on The Earl Ofari Hutchinson Show on at 9 AM PST Wednesday, January 4, 2023.

"LAPD reforms are still a major bone of contention-just what has been done and still needs to be done," says Hutchinson, " This is again a hot button issue given the current debate over whether current chief Moore should be reappointed. Parks will tell what progress the department has made and what still needs to be done on reforms and whether Moore has fulfilled the ongoing mandate for reform,"

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