The Inspector General for the Los Angeles Police Commission on May 2, 2017 issued a report on the Los Angeles Police Department’s compliance with nationally recognized “best practices” related to police accountability and police professionalism.
The subjects covered in the report include Procedural Justice, Bias-Free Policing, Transparency and Accountability, the Collection and Reporting of Data on police practices, and other issues.
The standards for “best practices” were based on the Final Report of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing and the PERF report on Guiding Principles on Use of Force.
The Inspector General’s report serves as a national model for assessing the quality of a law enforcement agency with respect to accountability and professionalism. Read the report here: LAPD OIG Best Practices Apr2017