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At the same time, Caruso said, the day delay was appropriate to give residents aalrmplan notification of the change, educate the alarkplan about the policy and properly train officers, something that the department was planning to do anyway. Councilman Hal Bernson said residents and business owners fear that they will be left to fend for themselves by the policy.
Bratton’s policy not to respond until a burglary is verified survives vote in L. If the City Council overturns the policy and sends it back to the commission, “we would send it back [to them] again without any changes,” he said.
However, Police Commission President Rick Caruso said he will not schedule a second vote on the policy and that he and his fellow commissioners plan to stand firm on the policy. The compromise approved by the council will create a task force within 10 days that will be made up of representatives of the LAPD, the alarm industry, neighborhood councils, citizen police advisory boards and city officials.
Chief Wins Key Test on Alarm Plan
The council action came after the Police Commission agreed to delay implementation for 60 days to allow a task force to look at alternatives that might reduce the number of false alarms. Although the council can legally vote again on the issue by Feb. Opponents argued that it would leave owners of homes with alarms vulnerable to criminals.
His scores make aladmplan case. A second commission vote would allow the council to again exercise its veto powers. The Los Angeles Police Department expects to stop responding to unverified burglar alarms in 60 days after a new policy pushed by Chief William J. Police Commission Executive Director Joe Gunn said there are so many false alarms now that the calls are given low priority, meaning that officers often take 45 minutes or more to respond.
Six members, including council President Mkster Padilla, supported the policy, which could take effect in 60 days.
The move has been vigorously opposed by homeowners groups, alarm companies and some council members. Bratton survived a City Council veto effort Tuesday.
Bratton has called the policy, which was approved earlier this month by the Police Commission, an important step in his effort to make the Police Department more efficient and effective.
Miscikowski said she sees the task force’s role as working out ways to verify that alarms are genuine. Under the new policy, once a call is verified, the police will respond with a high priority, arriving in 10 minutes or less, Gunn said. Council members have received hundreds of phone calls, faxes, e-mails and letters from constituents — some rallied by the alarm industry and their lobbyists — to oppose the policy.
Still, at Tuesday’s council meeting, those seeking to veto the policy could muster only eight votes, when 10 were needed. Copyright Los Angeles Times. Hahn, supports the chief’s policy, called on the Police Commission to schedule the policy for a second vote after the task force submits its recommendations. The council vote was a significant political victory for Bratton, who has poured a great deal of his honeymoon-period political capital into the policy.
If the policy is not vetoed by Feb.
Howard Sunkin, a lobbyist for the alarm industry, said the vote muxter create a task force was “a clear message that the public needs to be consulted before a final policy is developed.
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