Senator Ed Davis, LAPD Chief:Last Interview on Internet Video

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Full Disclosure Network (tm) is re-releasing the last television interview with Senator Ed Davis, on the Internet. This is the first half-hour of a one-hour interview with Senator Davis who passed away earlier today. Davis who served as Chief of the LAPD from 1969-1978 and who was known as the "Father of Community Policing" tells Full Disclosure(tm) host Leslie Dutton about the values and personality traits necessary to be an effective Chief of the LAPD. This interview was originally videotaped in San Luis Obispo on March 27, 2002.

Full Disclosure Network (tm) is re-releasing th last television interview with Senator Ed Davis, on the Internet. This is the first half-hour of a one hour interview with Senator Davis who passed away earlier today. Davis who served as Chief of the LAPD from 1969-1978 and who was known as the "Father of Community Policing" tells Full Disclosure(tm) host Leslie Dutton about the values and personality traits necessary to be an effective Chief of the LAPD. This interview was originally videotaped in San Luis Obispo on March 27, 2002.

Davis initiated the Los Angeles Police and Fire Protective League and was a law enforcement labor advocate prior to becoming Chief. When Los Angeles Mayor James Hahn fullfilled his campaign promise to the Los Angeles Police Protective League to remove LAPD Chief Bernard Parks from that post in return for their endorsement. Ed Davis spoke out, accusing the Los Angeles police union leaders of "buying politicians" and "attempting to manage the department".

This part one of a two part series is now available FREE, 24/7, "On Demand" on the http://www.fulldisclosure.net/flash/VideoBlogs/334-35_Ed_Davis.php as a public service of the Full Disclosure Network(tm).

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