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LA Mayor Wants To Lower Standards To Help Diversify LAPD

Los Angeles Karen Bass, mayor, is trying to “diversify” She is the LAPD’s Chief of Police and wants to make it easier to train recruits who don’t qualify.

A summary of Bass’  public safety goals indicates Bass wants to remove “obstacles,” While one provision in her program stipulates that a deputy Mayor will work with an elected mayor, another provides for a liaison between the two. “third party” To “evaluate the personnel process and identify obstacles to entry for recruits who fail to qualify for training,” Fox News reported. If they are related to the problem, we will take special note of your suggestions for how to get rid of it. “ethnic groups disproportionately left out of new officer training.”

“We think that particular provision or that goal or that idea is dangerous,” Tom Saggau, spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Protective League said that, and added, “If you have police officers that can’t make minimum qualifications or attained minimum standards, for instance, there are recruits that have been in the academy that just can’t score the minimum requirements for a physical fitness test. One hundred is the maximum score, 50 is acceptable. There are folks that are scoring under 10. That’s just dangerous.”

The provision says that any suggestions to remove obstacles will also be considered, especially in relation to “ethnic groups disproportionately left out of new officer training.”

Saggau pointed out that recruits might fail to train. “possess the mental fitness or the physical fitness ability to be a police officer.” “That’s just a recipe for disaster,” he declared. “So we think lowering standards is a dangerous precedent.”

Bass Last week, the Police Academy held a graduation “As your mayor, I want you to know I have committed to ensuring that you have the tools and the resources you need to be effective, and that includes making sure graduations like these have more graduates in those seats. I have committed to hiring more officers.”

Bass, while in Congress, authored The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. It was intended to grant funds to the NAACP ACLU and National Urban League in order for them to study “management and operations standards for law enforcement agencies, including standards relating to administrative due process, residency requirements, compensation and benefits, use of force, racial profiling, early warning and intervention systems, youth justice, school safety…”

The act also stated that policemen could not have a different impact on traffic stops due to their race or sexual orientation. This would be considered evidence for racial profiling.


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