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We Wish You a Drone-Free LA!
Click HERE to view a PDF version for downloading/printing. DRONE-FREE LAPD NO DRONES,LA! December 7, 2015 Mayor Eric Garcetti City of Los Angeles 200 N. Spring Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 Re: Keep LAPD Drone-Free Dear Mayor Eric Garcetti: We the undersigned organizations write to express our deep concern about the acquisition of two Draganflyer X6 … Continue reading Organizations Send Message to Mayor Garcetti Against LAPD Drones
November 24, 2015 Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners Dear Commissioners: The Stop LAPD Spying Coalition, the Los Angeles Community Action Network, and Black Lives Matter-Los Angeles have continuously brought to your attention matters of grave concern to our communities yet you continue to dismiss and ignore our demands and have failed to take meaningful … Continue reading Grassroot Organizations Submit Collective Demands to LA Police Commission
COMMUNITY RESEARCHER/ORGANIZER — LOS ANGELES POSITION DESCRIPTION PROJECT OVERVIEW The Stop LAPD Spying Coalition is excited to be part of a nationwide research and education project exploring data rights, digital privacy and economic inequality in the United States supported by a generous grant from the Digital Trust Foundation. We are working with a network of … Continue reading Community Researcher/Organizer Position Announcement
A community organizing tool by Stop LAPD Spying Coalition, exposing the Los Angeles Police Department’s (LAPD) surveillance, spying and infiltration programs. LAPD’s programs target social justice movements and any individual LAPD deems a threat to the police state. SHARE WIDELY!!! Expose LAPD’s lies and architecture of surveillance, utilizing human and electronic surveillance equipment, to infiltrate … Continue reading Watch the Watchers – They Lie!
Yesterday after a day long process of dozens of public comments and an almost 4 hour “closed door” session, the Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners (LAPC) announced that of the 2 LAPD officers – Sharlton Wampler and Antonio Villegas involved in the murder of Ezell Ford, one officer acted out of policy for initially … Continue reading Let’s Not be Fooled by the Los Angeles Police Commission’s Decision