In 1997, the LA METRO Board decided to eliminate their own police force in favor of contracting law enforcement services with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Los Angeles Police Department.
*This story is an exclusive for The Current Report and TNT Radio originally airing on 12/28/22. Over the Christmas holiday, air travelers scrambled amidst the chaos of winter storms and the unprecedented
While the country continues to watch the election drama unfold, President-Elect Biden and VP-Elect Kamala Harris continue moving forward with the transition to a new administration despite the monumental roadblocks strategically placed
As a result of The Current Report’s previous story exposing the counterfeit PPE distributed to employees and drivers at L.A. Metro, a second whistleblower from the Bus Drivers Division has come forward
A potential criminal investigation could be looming over LA Metro CEO Phil Washington, Chief Operations Officer Jim Gallagher, Systems Security and Law Enforcement former Interim Chief and current Executive Officer Aston Greene,
Representatives from Law Enforcement and State Agencies gathered on Sunday, August 19th, at King Gillette Ranch for what was supposed to be an update on “Safety in the Santa Monica Mountains” after
On Sunday, August 19th, State Senator Henry Stern (and Malibu Local) will host a Public Safety Meeting at King Gillette Ranch to discuss measures being taken to improve the safety of the