A Los Angeles police officer filed a lawsuit last week to sue the city over how he says he was treated after he complained about a quota system in the department. These quotas though, the city denies having.
According to City News Service, Earl Williams, who has been a level three LAPD officer for more than a decade, alleges that he was required to serve desk duty several times in 2014 for not writing 12 tickets a day. The suit also said that Williams was transferred to a district further away, lengthening his commute time, after he took his complaint about the alleged quotas to Capt. Darryl Ito.
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