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February 01, 2012


Chief do not change the impound policy. Your first job is to protect the citizens of L.A.. By you letting the mayor tell you what to change and to how handle impounds you are not protecting us nor are you doing your job. Chief you are being used by the Mayor as a stepping stone for his quest for higher office. Stop this madness now. continue to impound the cars of those who have no license.

Thank you Chief Beck and all L. A. County Law Officers for making our city much safer.

Hang in there Chief Beck and always support your line officers.

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