Four more LAPD officers suspected in gang-labeling scandal

At least four more L.A. police officers are suspected by prosecutors of falsifying gang information on field interview cards, according to an internal record obtained by The Times.

9/15/2021 8:10:00 PM

At least four more L.A. police officers are suspected by prosecutors of falsifying gang information on field interview cards, according to an internal record obtained by The Times.

At least four more L.A. police officers are suspected by prosecutors of falsifying gang information on field interview cards, according to an internal record obtained by The Times.

All six officers have pleaded not guilty and are awaiting trial.The charges bolstered long-standing claims from activists and members of the public that the LAPD labeled people as gang members with little or no evidence, and sparked immediate outrage and calls for reform. Such labels can follow people through their lives and hurt their employment and housing prospects, advocates say.

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AdvertisementAmid uproar over the alleged misconduct, the LAPD stopped submitting gang information to the state’s shared CalGang database, and state officials barred other agencies in the state from using files that were input into the system by the LAPD. Prosecutors also began

that stemmed from work conducted by the charged officers.In the district attorney’s document, prosecutors said five LAPD officers remained under investigation.Prosecutors said the 19 officers who wouldn’t be charged were present during instances where other officers allegedly provided false information on field interview cards but that an analysis of body-worn video, field interview cards and other records indicated they were unaware of the misconduct. headtopics.com

“They either had no participation in the preparation of the [field interview] cards at all or, if they did, the information they provided was accurate,” prosecutors wrote. “There is no evidence that they aided and abetted their fellow officers’ misconduct.”

AdvertisementProsecutors noted in several cases that interview cards from stops involving the 19 officers were missing when investigators went to review them but provided no explanation as to whether or how that was considered in their decision to clear the officers.

Neither Gascón’s office nor the LAPD would answer questions about the missing cards. Read more: Los Angeles Times »

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