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JASMYNE A. CANNICK is a former press secretary in the House of Representatives , and a Los Angeles native who writes about the intersection of race, class, and politics. She was chosen as one of Essence magazine's 25 Women Shaping the World. Follow her on Twitter @jasmyne,Facebook, or jasmyneonline.com .

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Selected as one of ESSENCE Magazine’s 25 Women Shaping the World, KCET’s Southern California Seven Women of Vision, one of the Most Influential African-Americans in Los Angeles Under 40, one of Los Angeles’ Most Fascinating Angelenos by the L.A. Weekly and most recently one of 40 People Under 40 by the Advocate Magazine,  Jasmyne Cannick is best known as a frequent on-air contributor on the intersection of pop culture, politics and race.

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Los Angeles Police Department Commanding Officer Captain Peter Whittingham of the Criminal Gang-Homicide Division (and let’s hope he’s not demoted after this) has penned an eyebrow raising tell-all letter to the police commission regarding the reappointment of Chief Charlie Beck.  In it he details cases of serious misconduct and what he alludes to as Chief Beck’s unwillingness […]

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The standard is preponderance of evidence. If 51% of the evidence indicates guilt, then you are guilty. By this standard, Chief Beck is guilty of false and misleading statements. It is the only acceptable conclusion and the only standard by which the rest of the Department is judged. When the Department stops taking such a hard line position with the rank and file, they may find the “misunderstandings” engaged in by Command Staff will be judged less harshly.

In the Hoopes trial board, it was stated by an LAPD spokesperson that the trial board ended because witnesses changed their story or refused to testify. Police Officers refusing to testify in a trial board is certainly news to me. Officers are usually given a direct order by supervision to testify in trial boards and when ordered to testify, they must do so and do so truthfully. This stuff about the witnesses changing their stories or refusing to testify is a bunch of bull. Police officers have no choice but to testify.

Refusing to testify huh? Like we have an option…that was one lame excuse spokesperson…we all know better than that…try to be more creative for the next time would you?
Guess I will be going to the Police Commission again…to ask them about rehiring all the officers who were fired by Beck for making false and misleading statements …because they were not given the opportunity to be mistaken…I mean really, guys have been fired for forgetting they were wearing raid jackets and that was turned into a firing offense…How ludicrous is that? Whoever it was must have pissed off the wrong person in charge.

What about Rubi Mallachi? She “worked” for Chief Beck at southeast when she was an officer. She “worked” in his office when she was a Sergeant. She “works” there now as a Lieutenant. She’s currently on the Captain’s list (not in published list). I wonder if he’s going to make her a captain. Guaranteed. Puta big time

You forgot Capt Gina Saunders who has no experience but was liked by Beck and promoted up. You Capt. Lily Caranza at 77th again no experience and moved up. Speaking of Southeast you have favoritism at its worse. Capt. Tingrides working with his wife Sgt. Emada Tingrides who oversees the CSP Officers and Capt. Tingrides is in charge of in the same area which is against dept. policy. All the sworn husbands and wives who had to transfer out should go back and sue

Hillman should have been fired………. As a retired detective from LAPD I am apauld at the levels of favortisim and cooruption starting with Chief…. I guess it’s true… who you know on LAPD. So many officers fired for less…. Hillman has no creditbility, there are “Brady” issues……. where are the defense attorney’s… they should be calling for a review of all or any arrest related to Hillman.

And gee, I wonder if they all met on duty? and if Capt T and his subordinate (now wife) reported their relationship to their supervisors? I know the answer to those questions because I did the investigation…guess that will come out as soon as I retire.

C hristopher Dorner is dead. Whether you agree or disagree with Dorner’s actions preceding his death or even how he died, one fact can’t be changed—he brought forth serious allegations of racism and discrimination within the Los Angeles Police Department. Dorner’s allegations have been publicly co-signed by both retired and terminated Black LAPD employees—and in private by those currently serving within the department but too afraid to cross the blue line.

Town hall meetings and community forums to discuss a problem that we already know exists are a waste of time and accomplish nothing.  Sure—the media will cover it and there will be no shortage of people coming forward to express outrage and mistrust towards the LAPD. The LAPD in turn will sit there and take the verbal abuse because quite frankly they’re being paid to be there and it’s what they do when there’s a surge of strong public outrage directed towards their department—and when it’s all over everyone will go home.

But if it’s really a new day in the LAPD and the organization is as transparent as it tells us it is, then it’s time for the LAPD to sit down with the LAPD.  That’s the discussion that needs to take place.

Dorner’s manifesto wasn’t written to call attention to police brutality.  He was trying to call attention to the systemic institutional racism and discrimination that he experienced as a Black police officer when trying to report  police brutality  to his higher-ups.  He was trying to clear his name and blow the whistle on what is happening inside the department everyday, including today, to Black police officers.  Don’t get distracted.

According to the L.A. Times , the department denied that the reassignment was retaliatory, describing the move as part of an overall redesign of the training program.  The incident marked the third time that the department’s high command has been accused of punishing supervisors who spoke out against the LAPD in closed sessions before the Christopher Commission.

“I can’t work. I can’t sleep,” he said. “There’s not one minute that I don’t think about it. Sixteen years of working in specialized units, doing my tasks, and now, because I’m honest and fair, they do this to me.

Retired in-good-standing sergeant  Cheryl Dorsey  recently came forward and explained how when she was going through her own Board of Rights hearing that involved the same charge as Dorner—giving false and misleading statements to an Internal Affairs investigator —she seriously contemplated just jumping off the third floor of the Bradbury Building.

Married to another LAPD officer at the time, Dorsey says that she was a victim of domestic violence and after details of incidents at her home found their way into the department, she was charged with six counts of  unnecessarily causing the response of an outside agency  for the six calls she made to the Sheriff’s Department from her home in Altadena.  The charge of giving false and misleading statements was tacked on when questioned by Internal Affairs.

 

 

 

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