LAPD under fire for slow release of crime logs

LAPD under fire for slow release of crime logs

The Los Angeles Police Department is taking heat for not posting its crime statistics to its public website, making it almost impossible to track trends in the city

The department pulled the crime information after it rolled out a new record-keeping system that it claims changes the way it counts theft, assaults, and other crimes, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Chief Dominic H. Choi talks after being sworn in as the interim chief of the Los Angeles Police Department on Friday, March 1, 2024, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

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Officials said that efforts are underway to get the stats back online but it’s been months without an update in a city that has a problematic past with public safety and law enforcement. 

Police have the numbers and

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