Los Angeles Police Protective League

(FOX 11) - Since 1932, the Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) has been the union representing most of the nearly 10,000 officers working for the Los Angeles Police Department.

As its name suggests, the LAPPL's goal is "to vigilantly protect, promote, and improve the working conditions, legal rights, compensation and benefits of Los Angeles Police Officers."

Today, there are several challenges facing LAPD officers and the LAPPL. At the forefront is the use of cameras, some mounted in police cars, others worn by officers. Another work in progress for the LAPPL is negotiations for a new labor agreement with the city.

Several other concerns are discussed in today's edition of Midday Sunday, featuring LAPPL President, Lt. Craig Lally and Vice-President Sgt. Jerretta Sandoz.

The Los Angeles Police Protective League's website is at lapd.com.

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