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LA County Sheriff’s race interview: Bob Lindsey

Listen to this wonderful interview right here! There are three candidates running for the L.A. County Sheriff position. In the coming month ahead of the June 5 primary, we’ll do interviews with all of them. Today, Larry Mantle sits down with candidate Bob Lindsey, a retired Commander of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, where he served for 32 years. …

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Bob Lindsey Receives 93% of the Deputy ALADS Vote For Sheriff

In the midst of a lengthy labor negotiation, the deputies union for the Sheriff’s Department held off on endorsing a candidate for the sheriff’s race in an early poll. The Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs, which represents approximately 7,900 non-supervisory deputies in the nation’s largest sheriff’s department, held off on endorsing Sheriff Jim McDonnell, or one of his challengers, …

“We need to reframe the conversation” LA County Sheriff Candidate Bob Lindsey

The implementation and reversal of the law from illegal to legal is creating dynamic opportunities yes; but significant challenges as well. Meet Sheriff Candidate Bob Lindsey… Radio inteview from original link:

Despite assurances to nervous immigrants, Sheriff’s Department gave ICE assistance in jails

Since President Trump laid out his plan for mass deportations, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department has gone out of its way to reassure the public it had strict limits on cooperating with immigration officials. As the president and others demanded, among other things, that local police work closely with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers to hand over jail inmates …

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Watchdog says L.A. Sheriff’s Department collects flawed data, reports inaccurate statistics

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department uses flawed methods to collect data about violence in county jails that result in unreliable and in some cases inaccurate statistics published internally and in public reports, according to the agency’s principal watchdog. Inspector General Max Huntsman said his 17-page report, released Tuesday, calls into question whether the department “is in control of itself” …

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