April 1st, 2016 : Los Angeles Police Department conducted a DUI checkpoint on Manchester Blvd at Hoover St.
Unrelated to the checkpoint, a major traffic accident with injuries occurred a few blocks away on Vermont Ave at 110th St.
** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) **
47 thoughts on “LAPD in South Central – DUI Checkpoint and CHP Major Traffic Accident”
Make up your fucken mind if your out to get the bad coppers or you want to be a cooper….
i love how all the people that made U turns the cops were just standing there and watching.how sad
Is it legal to film undercover in California
I really like how you give credit where credit is due… A lot of people usually look at videos like this as just trying to provoke and make the police look bad, but you actually took the time to praise the specific police department for not hassling you and allowing you to film freely wherever you wanted. Thats actually really impressive to me and makes me respect the police department even though I still think its a scummy move to set up checkpoints like this.
Why they writing on people’s cars?
I'm from Chicago and the Chicago PD rarely, if ever, does this nonsense. Isn't there enough violent crime in L.A. with the gangs, drugs, ect.. to do real police work??!!!
It's kinda dangerous how some chp officers transport suspects in the front seat of their patrol cars.
well, its just one tectonic plate slip away. so cal will just be a memory
My feeling is that the effectiveness in these checkpoints, in regards to drunk driving, is minimal. A quote from the US Supreme Court about DUI checkpoints and the intrusion they cause. Justice Brennan, in his dissent, argued that even an “infinitesimal” intrusion negatively impacts citizens’ freedoms from suspicionless investigatory seizures. Justice Stevens added that the evidence Justice Rehnquist cited indicated that the net effect of sobriety checkpoints on safety was “infinitesimal and possibly negative.”
Just like where the time and need for busing students passed, some day (maybe today) it will be realized that the time where these checkpoints were both needed and effective has passed.
Checkpoint are illegal, fuck the police , the largest criminal organization in the country !
i think this is a good thing people that dont like these are the ones that drink and drive if your not drunk no big deal they save a lot of lives unlike what this guy thinks
Why can't the people follow the rule of road? How hard can the road-following behaviour be?
When you're at a check point shut the fuck up and promote your 5th amendment rights
I just want you to know thar first you say they waste resources and time on this yet you just stated in this video how there not doing a good job so i dont understand which one is it are they not doing a good job or are there not enough resources please dont tell me its both
haha their is always a illegal turnaround just went to my first checkpoint and saw this happen.
See what happened to that last guy? Don't be that last guy, people. Call an Uber, get a friend to DD, but don't fucking drink and drive.
I had a head on collision with a drunk driver on may 16 , 2016 , it fractured my sacrum and I needed titanium plates and screws put in to allow me to walk again. That being said I still think checkpoints are unconstitutional. I hate drunk drivers as much as anybody but , if we allow this , then there will be checkpoints everywhere and cops demanding ID and questioning people everywhere they go. Sounds a lot like fascism to me.
DUI Check Points are EXTREMELY labor intensive. It takes a LOT of cops to set up and conduct a check point in compliance with federal mandates. It would appear LAPD had complied with all of the laws, rules and regulations. You cannot, legally, deploy offi
cers outside the checkpoint perimeter who are ASSIGNED to the DUI operation. DUI Checkpoints are popular with the public. In reality they are very expensive to conduct and do not produce the level road safety that could be acheived had the same number of officers been deployed to enforce traffic violations.
Was the suspect Drunk??Maybe that's why they have those checkpoints to avoid accidents like the one on the video.
I work with a guy who made a U-turn at a check point in Santa Ana. He was laying on the ground in cuffs within seconds.
And no thanks Chinese employees,maybe.
If sell my soba-noodle is $3 then eating stand while 24hours noodles stand bar.
catch those illegal Mexicans
I grew up on Colden and Hoover in the 80s and 90s. Thanks for showing me that not much has changed. Be safe and thanks again.
I'm glad they're not getting chased down for avoiding… I get mad when they chase them down because they're supposed to be able to avoid it
Would you blame them if they hit some little girl
This shit is crazy oh bad police trying to get drunks off the road really crazy man
I would go Tru those just to show I got license and I don't drink 🙂
this shit is not right…….do you know how to say entrapment
That's MF Tom Zebra. haha recognize the voice.
if we never see their videos the transparency isnt there, its time for us to crack down on the police I might join the same cause
These guys break more laws than people lowridin lolol
Body cam footage shouldn't be open for anyone to view. I don't want to worry that if I need the police and was recorded on a body cam that some asshole is going to request it under the freedom of information act then put it on youtube to make money from it. I have a right to privacy and calling law enforcement does not revoke that right.
omg notice what that cop is doing at; 2:02 — when I got stopped at a DUI checkpoint and pulled out of the car, they did that to my car, wtf???
Was there a "legal" option for avoiding the checkpoint? The right to avoid is meaningless if one is not afforded the option.
NEVER take the test
I thought people were legally allowed to avoid checkpoints
Great footage man!
If the peoples taxes paid for those bodycams and he said the public will never see them, then he deserves to be slapped. People should figure out the amount of tax dollars that fund them take the population of the city and divide the amount by the population and every tax payer should withhold that amount on their taxes. Thats how we can not have to pay for a service we dont want
Arent u suppose to have a way to avoid or choose not to go through?
Jesus, can LAPD not afford breathalyzers rather than wasting time with the field sobriety tests?
Should have filmed the licence plates of the people avoiding the checkpoint to help the cops track them down! lol
What is wrong with these people turning around? Are the laws different in CA? In NV, police MUST place signage 100 yards and a quarter mile ahead of checkpoints so people can choose to avoid the hassle if they wish. You can't FORCE someone through a checkpoint. These people aren't "getting away" as you say. I would do the same thing. Did the police place no signage until these drivers were right on top of the checkpoint so a u-turn was the only way to avoid it?
I saw cop watchers that made signs that was made up of led lights. A sheet of 4×8 plywood would do nicely.
Why not make big signs and stand where they need to turn around? That would be more effective I think. Giving fair warning to motorist would cost the city and the tow company huge money. They will hate you more for that then just filming.
wait so you want police to get people avoiding checkpoints ?
Comments are closed.