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Commission President Steve Soboroff's Comments On The Ferguson Verdict November 25, 2014
 
 
What can the LAPD and the people of Los Angeles do to help...
...show sympathy, compassion, and understanding for the family and friends of Michael Brown,

What can the LAPD and the people of Los Angeles do to help...
...Ferguson rebuild their buildings, their community spirit, and their preventative programs in order to create a trusting and future positive relationship between the people and their law enforcement agencies.

What can the LAPD do to...
...complete a thorough "lessons learned" analysis from the events in Ferguson and the decisions (both good and bad) that were made by their law enforcement departments and leaders.

And finally, What can the LAPD do to...
...be proactive in implementing on-body cameras on every officer, and most importantly, listen to and engage with all of our diverse communities so something like this never, ever, happens in Los Angeles.

As President of the Los Angeles Police Commission, I pledge our commitment to continue to do anything and everything to help.  Thank you.
 
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