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  2. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department - Wikipedia

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    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, which was founded in 1850, was the first professional police force in the Los Angeles area. The all-volunteer, Los Angeles-specific Los Angeles Rangers were formed in 1853 to assist the LASD. They were soon succeeded by the Los Angeles City Guards, another volunteer group.

  3. Difference between a citation and a speeding ticket - AOL

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    Driving record. Avg. monthly cost* Avg. annual cost* Increase above national avg. Clean driving record. $212. $2,542. 0%. Speeding ticket. $256. $3,068. 21%. At-fault ...

  4. California Highway Patrol - Wikipedia

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    The California Highway Patrol ( CHP) is the principal state police agency for the U.S. state of California. The CHP has primary patrol jurisdiction over all California highways and roads and streets outside city limits, and can exercise law enforcement powers anywhere within the state. The California Highway Patrol can assist local and county ...

  5. Oakland Police Department - Wikipedia

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    The Oakland Police Department ( OPD) is a law enforcement agency responsible for policing the city of Oakland, California, United States. As of May 2021, the department employed 709 sworn officers and 371 civilian employees. The department is divided into 5 geographical divisions policing Oakland's 78 square miles and population of 420,000.

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  7. Traffic ticket - Wikipedia

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    A traffic ticket is a notice issued by a law enforcement official to a motorist or other road user, indicating that the user has violated traffic laws. Traffic tickets generally come in two forms, citing a moving violation, such as exceeding the speed limit, or a non-moving violation, such as a parking violation, with the ticket also being ...

  8. Rules of the Road: When can police write a ticket?

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    Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong takes questions at a December 2021 news conference at police headquarters in Oakland. (Jane Tyska / Digital First Media / East Bay Times via Getty Images)