Cancel Bad Cops, LA

DA LACEY - Stop prosecuting cases based on biased, racist, dishonest cops

LA has a long and troubled history of police misconduct. The law is moving toward bringing that misconduct to light, but one person has the power to do something about it today. District Attorney Jackie Lacey can make it clear to law enforcement officers that she won’t tolerate bad policing. DA Lacey should create a “Do Not Call” list of officers with a history of misconduct, dishonesty, racism, or bias. In addition to issuing an office-wide policy instructing her prosecutors to reject anyone on this list as a potential witness, she can also reject new cases and search warrant requests from those officers. Not only will this make the justice system fairer, it will make Angelenos safer.

You can Help — Demand Better from DA Lacey and Law Enforcement Officers

Let DA Lacey know that it’s time to put an end to law enforcement misconduct.

Or call DA Jackie Lacey at 213-974-3512 and Demand That She Create a “Do Not Call” List Now!

Today

Bad policing in LA didn’t end after the Rampart scandal. Today, law enforcement officers are engaged in shocking misconduct and showing clear bias against the communities they are sworn to protect:

What can be done?

In other cities, District Attorneys are taking responsibility for reining in bad police:

District Attorneys in these cities, as well as in Philadelphia, Houston, and Seattle, have recognized that they have the power and the responsibility to hold police accountable and make their communities safer.

Community Leaders Agree

Here in Los Angeles, over 20 community groups are calling on DA Jackie Lacey to implement common-sense reforms and start to fix what’s broken in local law enforcement:

You can Help — Demand Better from DA Lacey and Law Enforcement Officers

Let DA Lacey know that it’s time to put an end to law enforcement misconduct.

Or call DA Jackie Lacey at 213-974-3512 and Demand That She Create a “Do Not Call” List Now!