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    LAPD Chief Michel Moore to step down at the end of February
    • January 12, 2024

    Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore will retire at the end of February, Mayor Karen Bass said Friday.

    Moore has served as LAPD chief since his appointment by former Mayor Eric Garcetti in 2018.

    In tearful remarks at City Hall, Moore said he was stepping down to spend more time with his family. He previously had announced his intention not to serve his entire second term after he was re-appointed by Bass.

    This is a breaking news story. Check back for updates.


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