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Title
The impact of Blake v. Los Angeles on the selection, recruitment, training, appointment & performance of women & minorities for the LAPD, v.I, 1990-07
Date Created and/or Issued
1990-07
Publication Information
University of Southern California
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
Collection
Independent Commission on the Los Angeles Police Department, 1991
Rights Information
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Description
George T. Felkenes and Lawrence Trostle, et al. The impact of Fanchon Blake v. City of Los Angeles on the selection, recruitment, training, appointment and performance of women and minorities for the Los Angeles Police Department, volume I. Claremont, California: Claremont Graduate School, 1990 July. Reports - The impact of Fanchon Blake v. City of Los Angeles on the selection, recruitment, training, appointment and performance of women and minorities for the Los Angeles Police Department, volume I by the Claremont Graduate School. PART OF A SERIES: The series consists of miscellaneous source materials that were collected and analyzed over the course of the Independent Commission's investigation. Included are the following: article clippings pertaining to the Rodney King incident
legal materials related to the Gates v. Board of Los Angeles Police Commissioners case, including appellate documents, court transcripts, preliminary injunctions, and briefs
black-and-white photographs
essays and articles related to police misconduct
issues of The Thin Blue Line, the Los Angeles Police Protective League's monthly publication, and Perspectives on Policing, a newsletter published by the United States Department of Justice
materials regarding policing issues in other major United States cities, including commission reports and Pate and Hamilton's book The Big Six: Policing America's Largest Cities
supplemental materials and appendices to the Independent Commission's report
requests for copies of the Commission report
transcripts from public hearings conducted by members of the Commission
and instructional materials related to the Video Incident Capture System, a video camera system that provides video and audio records of police officers' activities while on patrol.
Type
text
Format
205 p.
application/pdf
reports
Identifier
indep-box07-20-02~001...~205
http://doi.org/10.25549/independent-c69-5027
http://thumbnails.digitallibrary.usc.edu/indep-box07-20-02~001.jpg
Language
English
Source
University of Southern California [Contributing entity]
Relation
Independent Commission File List
Independent Commission on the Los Angeles Police Department, 1991
Publications
box 7, folder 20, item 2
Provenance
The collection was given to the University of Southern California on July 31, 1991.

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