Los Angeles TimesAnd we were always told there are no quotas in writing traffic tickets.
By Patrick McGreevy
Times Staff Writer
A group of Los Angeles police officers in the north San Fernando Valley has filed a class- action grievance alleging that they have been improperly pressured by the command staff to meet quotas in writing traffic tickets.
The grievance was raised by the Police Protective League on behalf of 30 officers working at the Los Angeles Police Department's Devonshire Division.
Hank Hernandez, a lawyer for the union, confirmed Friday that the grievance was filed with the division because of concern that officers were facing potential harm to their careers if they failed to increase the number of tickets they wrote.
"It's an attempt to coerce and threaten officers to get them to write more tickets," Hernandez said.
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
As reported by the Los Angeles Police Protective League:
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