Police Union Ratifies, Approves Labor Contract With City Of LA

The union representing Los Angeles Police Department officers, sergeants, detectives and lieutenants confirmed Friday its members approved a ratified four-year contract with the city of Los Angeles that addresses concerns regarding recruitment and retainment of officers.

“By a nearly 2-1 majority, our members ratified a four-year contract that is focused on providing raises to retain our current officers and recruit qualified candidates to enter the police academy,” the Los Angeles Police Protective League’s Board of Directors said in a statement. “We are committed to working with Mayor (Karen) Bass, Police Chief Michel Moore and the City Council on restoring the ranks of the LAPD to improve public safety in Los Angeles.”

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