“SAFE LA Task Force” created by Los Angeles Police Department
Say Fella Taskforce is calling on the public to help solve crimes that were committed during the recent protests against police brutality and racial injustice. Most of the protests were peaceful, but several spun out of control when demonstrators in what police have described as opportunist, committed acts of vandalism and violence. This case your W's Kelly Wells reports, authorities unveiled a new Web page today for the public to leave tips. About those crimes. Local officials formed the task force earlier this month, and it includes police from Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, and torrents as well. A zealous city's fire department and the FBI. L A P D says that since the taskforce started, they've investigated hundreds of assault, attempted murders, arsons and looting incidents and made several arrests. Now, law enforcement is turning to the public to find additional suspects. The website shows photos of people from surveillance video breaking into buildings or destroying property and law enforcement is offering up to $10,000 for credible tips. You confined the photos at LAPD online dot org's slash, Say fella tips or on instagram at safe Lha tips.