Los Angeles County Sheriff’s – Its A Crime Scene

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s in Rancho Palos Verdes

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44 thoughts on “Los Angeles County Sheriff’s – Its A Crime Scene

  1. not trying to sound rude but isn't it common sense that its by default considered a crime scene when a death occurs because they don't know what happened yet..and the press doesn't get any VIP treatment as in you can't pass the yellow tape during an active crime scene regardless if you're the general public or the media..

  2. Most law enforcement agencies have a media relations bureau.
    Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
    Media Relations Section
    100 West First St
    Room 239
    Los Angeles, CA 90012
    213-486-5910

  3. those two male cops at the end were incredibly nice and professional, a perfect example of how police should be. they were so helpful and respectful. i like when i see good examples of police too, it gives me hope.

  4. Excellent.
    All scenes attended by police can be designated crime scenes, police attend incidents to investigate and gather evidence. Some police are obviously on a power trip and like to control people unnecessarily.
    Its easier to say no than to allow you into the scene and then have to chaperone you and “worry about your safety” lol.
    That old guy at the counter didn’t know what planet he was on.

  5. Katman is asking the most clear questions imaginable. Yet, the deputy is challenged to participate in the conversation. For example, in response to the question about a PIO, the deputy could have said something like, "No, we don't have PIOs, Watch Commanders serve that function." Instead, he obscures the topic by replying vaguely.

  6. Great reporting as always. Just a thought. Next time just walk over the tape and take authority with your first amendment right as the press. They will always power trip as if they are of the higher ones when they are just public servants.

  7. I've been told for an area to be rope off from the media it has to contain evidence is the only time the media can be kept out. all of the law enforcement and firefighters seem to have no concern in protecting evidence. allso it didn't appear that anyone was keeping a log of who enter the rope off area (crime scene)

  8. The LA County Sheriff's wouldn't let me move 5 feet closer to the railing because they claimed the area was a "crime scene".   However, there was no crime and this wasn't a crime scene.   Under California law members of the press are entitled to access scenes like this.  Unfortunately the police have a practice of declaring  areas "crime scenes" in order to keep out members of the press.  After the incident is over and there is nothing for the press to see the police will conclude it wasn't a crime and it wasn't a crime scene.

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