Request #19-4995
  Open

 

September 5, 2019

Via Email: https://recordsrequest.lacity.org/

Los Angeles Police Department

Public Records Request

Re: Data architecture (related strategies, models, policies, rules or standards that govern LAPD data, how it is collected, used, stored, and shared)

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the California Public Records Act (California Government Code § 6250 et seq.), I hereby request the following records:

  1. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD practices, funding, budgeting, staffing for including but not limited to social network analyses/mapping, and/or investigating social media content and platforms, data, and metadata, and the collection, storage, use, sharing, and aggregation of social media data, including but not limited to Facebook, Facebook Groups, Instagram, WhatsApp, Twitter, Ring technology, Nextdoor, and 3rd party data brokers or providers, since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.
  2. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, funding, budgeting, staffing, or other arrangements such as but not limited to letters of agreement/memorandums of understanding/agreement with private providers of or partners in data collection, data storage, data use and sharing, de-encryption, data visualization, and data analysis services and hardware, including but not limited to Amazon, Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI), Microsoft, Palantir, Google since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.
  3. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, funding, budgeting, staffing, or other arrangements such as but not limited to letters of agreement/memorandums of understanding/agreement with public sector, local, regional, and federal providers of or partners in data collection, data storage, data use and sharing, de-encryption, data visualization, and data analysis services and hardware, including but not limited to Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), FBI, National Science Foundation, Bureau of Justice Assistance, National Institute for Justice, DOJ, Department of Health, DMV, Prosecutor Information Management System (PIMS), Juvenile Automated Index, Crime Without Borders, since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.
  4. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, funding, budgeting, staffing, or other arrangements such as but not limited to letters of agreement/memorandums of understanding/agreement with academic providers of or partners in data collection, data storage, data use and sharing, de-encryption, data visualization, and data analysis services and hardware, including but not limited to University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern Cal (USC), University of California Irvine (UCI), Cal State University LA since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.
  5. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD data gathering, storage, and record management infrastructure and policies, including information about funding, budgeting, staffing, protocols for accessing, using, and contributing to Record Management System (RMS) data, servers, and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), as well as software platforms that interface with National Data Exchange (N-Dex) or will interface with the Consolidated RMS master index, including but not limited to PredPol, Prosecutor Information Management System (PIMS), and geographic information systems since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.
  6. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD data strategies including information about funding, budgeting, staffing, but not limited to data techniques, data policies, data models, data methods, data storage, data sharing and use standards, data implementation guides, data and data-driven strategy handbooks, and data training materials since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.
  7. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD plans, funding, budgeting, staffing, for using technologies or existing use and data gathering, sharing, and storing including but not limited to patents, 5G internet infrastructure, biometric identification technology, communication interception technology, sensor systems, since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.
  8. Any and all documentation, reports, and/or analyses that discusses, describes, illustrates and/or is related to any and all past, current, and/or planned uses of facial recognition software, hardware, data gathering, data sharing, and data storing including funding, budgeting, staffing,  since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.
  9. Any and all documentation, reports, and/or analyses that discusses, describes, illustrates and/or is related to any and all past, current, and/or planned uses of household or personal internet-enabled consumer or “smart” devices, and related data gathering, sharing, and storing, and funding, budgeting, staffing, including but not limited to Apple Watch, Fitbit, Amazon Echo, Alexa, Siri, and Google Home since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.
  10. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, use, or arrangements for data gathering, storing, and sharing, including funding, budgeting, staffing, related to the use of but not limited to IMSI Catchers such as but not limited to Digital Receiver Technology (DRT) or Stingray, Trapwire, Hi-Def Cameras, Unmanned Aerial Systems or Drones, and other radio and other point-to-point communication systems since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

Under the California Public Records Act § 6250 et seq. I am requesting that you waive all applicable fees associated with this request as I believe this request is in the public interest and not for commercial use. Release of this information is in the public interest because it will contribute significantly to public understanding of government operations and activities. If you deny this request for a fee waiver, please advise me in advance of the estimated charges associated with fulfilling this request. Please send me a detailed and itemized explanation of those charges.

In the interest of expediency, and to minimize the research and/or duplication burden on your staff, please send records electronically if possible. If this is not possible, please notify me before sending to the address listed below:

Stop LAPD Spying Coalition 838 E. 6th Street Los Angeles, CA 90021

Please contact me if you have any questions about my request. I look forward to receiving your response within 10 calendar days (as required by the statute).

Very truly yours,

Hamid Khan

Stop LAPD Spying Coalition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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lapd - alpr web quick reference (8 pages).pdf
lapd - alpr web quick reference (10 pages).pdf
lapd - vehicle searches quick reference (29 pages).pdf
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palantir real-time calls for service.pdf
palantir at the los angeles police department.pdf
palantir training guide.pdf
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Hello, Could you let us know what is the status of this request. We sent details on missing items on August 31, 2020.  Thanks

September 8, 2020, 12:49pm by the requester
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DETAILS OF MISSING ITEMS REQUESTED IN #19-4995

August 31, 2020

 

LAPD Chief of Police Michel Moore

Los Angeles Police Department

100 West First Street

Los Angeles, California 90012

 

Dear Chief Michel Moore:

 

Re: Missing Item from CPRA Request #19-4995

 

We write with grave concern on the LAPD’s Records/Discovery section’s failure to meaningfully respond to our request for documents under the Calif Public Records Request that was submitted in September 2019. Over the period of 12 months, the department has continued to delay, deflect, and outrightly claimed the closure of the request without providing any reasons. This letter should also be seen as a “Proof of Existence” as the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition has done extensive research and identified the existence of requested documents. The LAPD is also responsible to conduct extensive search in good faith and if the department determines that certain documents do not exist then the department has to categorically state that.   

 

The following is a breakdown of request #19-4995 and a proof of existence of documents requested created by the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition in order to expedite the production of records requested. A thorough breakdown is given per item that proves records requested do in fact exist. This was produced through a basic on-line search. Please produce the requested documents seeing that this request was submitted in September of 2019.

 

  1. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD practices, funding, budgeting, staffing for including but not limited to social network analyses/mapping, and/or investigating social media content and platforms, data, and metadata, and the collection, storage, use, sharing, and aggregation of social media data, including but not limited to Facebook, Facebook Groups, Instagram, WhatsApp, Twitter, Ring technology, Nextdoor, and 3rd party data brokers or providers, since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

 

Received:

 

LAPD Guides or Guidelines for LAPD personnel regarding

  • Use of social media for community relations, situational awareness, missions
  • CSU (Cyber Support Units) responsibilities and staffing
  • General use of Internet and Email (dated 1999)
  • Intelligence Guidelines for Major Crimes Division Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Section, approved 2012

 

Not yet received: Additional documents responsive to this request (including but not limited to reports, proposals, invoices, purchase orders, protocols, training materials, and any other written or computerized material), the existence of which are indicated by the following references:

 

  • LAPD’s use of social network analysis mapping, also known as SNA, social network analysis, analysis of social networks, or any other phase referring to the practice of gathering of information about a person’s social networks, and which may involve the analysis of Field Interview (FI) cards, a person’s online activity, or any other source of data about a person:
    • “LAPD Budget Request- Fiscal Year 2017” pdf provided by LAPD in folder “Goodrich 2016” in their response to PRA #18-1696[1] states that the “configuration/installation of Palantir Gotham’s Social Network Analysis (“SNA”) helper” will occur in FY 2017
    • The Information Technology (IT) report dated February 5, 2018 relative to the Information Technology Assessment and Roadmaps for Los Angeles Fire and Police Departments[2] contains description of “Implementation of Social Network Analysis tools” as part of LAPD’s IT Charter.
    • An email dated March 8th, 2016 from LAPD Analyst Arnold Suzukamo to LAPD CIO Maggie Goodrich and Jon Newman of Geofeedia notes that “in addition to Palantir integration, we are also looking at two additional open source applications that specialize in social network analysis.[3]
  • LAPD’s Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Section (ATIS):
    • The Intelligence Guidelines for Major Crimes Division ATIS provided in the LAPD’s response notes that the ATIS should be audited “at least annually.” The “Public Version” of the Audit for Fiscal Year 2012/2013 of the ATIS is a public document[4], but missing are audits of FY 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018, and 2018-2019 - the Public Version or any version.
    • Both ATIS and LAPD’s Internet Crimes against Children Unit have guidelines regarding “Online Undercover Activity”[5] and the use of social media
  • LAPD use of Ring Technology:
    • LAPD and Ring have collaborated[6][7] on a six-month pilot program[8]
  • LAPD use of Dataminr, a tool for social media monitoring:
    • LAPD conducted a trial with Dataminr prior to the end of 2019[9]
  • LAPD use of Geofeedia, a social media analysis platform:
    • An email dated March 8th, 2016 from LAPD Analyst Arnold Suzukamo to LAPD CIO Maggie Goodrich and Jon Newman of Geofeedia references “current Geofeedia access” and a “user license renewal” and “renewal proposal”[10]
  • The LAPD 2015 Social Media Guide references a “LA CLEAR memorandum of understanding” regarding procedures when establishing and maintaining Fictitious Online Personas.[11]

 

  1. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, funding, budgeting, staffing, or other arrangements such as but not limited to letters of agreement/memorandums of understanding/agreement with private providers of or partners in data collection, data storage, data use and sharing, de-encryption, data visualization, and data analysis services and hardware, including but not limited to Amazon, Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI), Microsoft, Palantir, Google since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

 

Received:

  • Palantir:
    • POs for Palantir services including Gotham (data analysis platform) from 2012-2018
    • Invoice for Palantir Thunderbird (Palantir’s ALPR analysis software)
    • NDAs between Palantir and LAPD from 2011-2015
    • User Guide for Palantir Mission Control
    • Data Sharing Agreement including LAPD, LASD, LBPD, and 50+ local Law Enforcement Agencies who agreed to share data sets with LASD
  • Microsoft:
    • 2016-2019 contract
    • 2015 invoice for MS software
  • Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI)
    • Professional Service Agreement

 

Not yet received: Additional documents responsive to this request, (including but not limited to reports, proposals, invoices, purchase orders, protocols, training materials, and any other written or computerized material), the existence of which are indicated by the following references:

 

  • LAPD and ELUCD:
    • Per the March 2019 Office of the Inspector General (OIG) report,[12] ELUCD conducts surveys for LAPD and uses responses to generate “sentiment meters” for areas in LA, though “the Department is not using ELUCD as part of any formal arrangement.”
    • LAPD cites an ELUDC report regarding the community’s opinion of police in the Department’s April 2020 Handbook for Data-Informed Community Driven Policing.
  • LAPD and Amazon:
    • Per Amazon Ring website LAPD begin a partnership with RING technology on May 23, 2019.[13]
  • LAPD and Google: LAPD must state in writing what the conclusion of their search is in regard to Google, or there or are there not operational documents within the department.
  • LAPD and Microsoft:
    • LAPD requested at least $1.7M for Microsoft software and Microsoft-certified staff, including the following:[14]
      • $612,498 for a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Platform,
      • $500,000 for additional Microsoft Azure cloud services,
      • $30,000 in Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) licenses,
      • $300,000 for a Microsoft Support Engineer,
      • $5,040.40 for Microsoft Windows Server Datacenter Edition,
      • $5,870.72 for Microsoft SQL Server Standard Core Edition, and
      • $255,650 for Microsoft Office 365 (O365) suite licenses
    • LAPD and Palantir:
      • LAPD provided a Palantir Mobile Liability Waiver pdf, which describes a test during the summer of 2012 of Palantir Mobile
      • In July 2014,[15] LAPD was testing a Palantir mobile device
      • In February 2017[16] LAPD was assessing how Palantir Mobile worked with “gang workflows,” and was launching the “next-generation” or Palantir for Android devices
      • LAPD provided one invoice for Thunderbird Analytic Upgrade, phase 3, but not other documents regarding other phases of Palantir Thunderbird
      • In Sept. 2016 LAPD was awarded $396K[17] for what internal LAPD emails[18] describe as an augmentation of the Automatic License Plate Reader technology. Funding for Palantir is listed in emails[19] as being a part of that project.

 

  1. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, funding, budgeting, staffing, or other arrangements such as but not limited to letters of agreement/memorandums of understanding/agreement with public sector, local, regional, and federal providers of or partners in data collection, data storage, data use and sharing, de-encryption, data visualization, and data analysis services and hardware, including but not limited to Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), FBI, National Science Foundation, Bureau of Justice Assistance, National Institute for Justice, DOJ, Department of Health, DMV, Prosecutor Information Management System (PIMS), Juvenile Automated Index, Crime Without Borders, since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

 

Received:

  • Crime Without Borders:
    • 2012 MOU between LASD and LAPD Crimes without Border Dashboard System - MOU expired in 2015
  • Other MOUs and Agreements received for data sharing:
    • MOU btw the California and LAPD Scientific Investigation Division Criminalistic Laboratory
  • Between LAPD and Federal Agencies:
    • MOU with Joint Regional Intelligence Center
    • MOU btw Naval Criminal Intelligence Services (NCIS) and So Cal State, County, Regional, Municipal in a sharing initiative called So Cal Law Enforcement Information Exchange
  • Between LAPD and State Agencies:
    • CA DOJ BII with Cal Gang node agency LAUSD and LAPD
  • Between LAPD and Local City Agencies
    • Management Control Agreement and Housing Authority of LA
    • MOU between HACLA and LAPD, from 2018 only
  • Between LAPD and FBI:
    • MOU between FBI and LAPD for participation in DNA Index System
    • FBI and LAPD - Los Angeles Strike Force Western Transnational Organized Crime Task Force
  • Between LAPD and DOJ - only a document from Cal DOJ
  • Between LAPD and Department of Health - mentioned in JRIC MOU

 

Not yet received: Additional documents responsive to this request (including but not limited to reports, proposals, invoices, purchase orders, protocols, training materials, and any other written or computerized material), the existence of which are indicated by the following references:

 

  • LAPD and COPS:
    • LAPD’s extensive relationship with Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) is demonstrated publicly by the following grants:
      • 2019 -2019 COPS Community Policing Development Awards[20]
      • 2011-Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles[21]
      • 2019 COPS Anti-Heroin Task Force Program Awards[22]
      • 2012 COPS Hiring Program (CHP) Awardees[23]
      • 2014 Community Policing Development and Microgrant Awards - LISTEN[24]
      • 2015 COPS Anti-Gang Initiative Award List[25]

 

  • LAPD and the Prosecutor’s Management System (PIMS)[26]
    • LAPD must state in writing what the conclusion of their search is regarding PIMS or if there are no operational documents within the department.

 

  • LAPD and Juvenile Automated Index (JAI):
    • LAPD has access to JAI through the NECS (Network Communication System) and maintains centralized entry of arrest information, per the JAI Manual[27]

 

  • LAPD and the National Science Foundation (NSF):
    • In 2010, LAPD partnered with researchers at UCLA and the University of California, Irvine, funded by the Human and Social Dynamics program at the National Science Foundation[28]

 

  • LAPD and Crime Without Borders (CWB):
    • LAPD provided an MOU that expired in April 2015, though CWB is a portal LAPD has continued to access, as indicated by the October 2015 LAPD Request for Proposals for the Records Management System (RMS)[29]

 

  • LAPD and HACLA:
    • LAPD provided an MOU from 2018 which references an existing CCTV Camera System installed by HACLA, naming LAPD as the primary Camera System user.
      • The MOU refers to “tools and training” and “user guides” to be provided by HACLA to LAPD Camera System Users (page 3)
      • MOU refers to LAPD quarterly reports regarding the use of the camera system at all sites, including crime trends, number of times video footage is used for investigations and convictions, and “statistics and efficacy on a form that will be developed by the Parties” (page 4)
      • MOU refers to LAPD reports which are to happen “no less than once a year” to the HACLA Board of Commissioners regarding the Surveillance Camera System (page 4)

 

  • LAPD and Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA):
    • Evaluating the Los Angeles Crime Gun Intelligence Center- NCJ Number 254515 -Date Published September 2019[30]
    • Homicide Investigation Case File Profile: The Los Angeles Police Department Murder Book -NCJ Number 254508 -Date Published February 2018[31]
    • Los Angeles Police Department 2019 Coverdell: Improving Forensic Testing Associated with the Opioids Crisis and Gun Violence[32]
    • Los Angeles Police Department FY 2016-2018 Intellectual Property Crime Enforcement Program[33]
    • Gang Reduction and Youth Development Zone Program - Pacoima Award # 2010-DD-BX-0396[34]

 

  • LAPD and the National Institute of Justice (NIJ):
    • 2015 grant to study BWV[35]

 

  • LAPD and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV):
    • LAPD use of DMV databases is referred to in 2015 RFP for LAPD’s RMS,[36] including use of Cal-Photo, a DMV database that has been accessible to LAPD since 2002[37]

 

  • LAPD and DHS:
    • In 2011, DHS partnered with the City of LA to establish the first DHS Office for Strategic Engagement, “which was largely due to a request by local government and nongovernment entities to DHS to bring subject matter expertise to the region to assist in expanding engagement initiatives.”
    • “By late 2013, Interagency efforts were formalized under an ‘Interagency Coordination Group’ (ICG)…the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department partnered with the Los Angeles Police Department, City HRC, DHS, the United States Attorney’s Office, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.[38]

 

  • LAPD and the Department of Justice (DOJ):
    • DOJ’s Violence Reduction Network (VRN)[39]

 

  1. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, funding, budgeting, staffing, or other arrangements such as but not limited to letters of agreement/memorandums of understanding/agreement with academic providers of or partners in data collection, data storage, data use and sharing, de-encryption, data visualization, and data analysis services and hardware, including but not limited to University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern Cal (USC), University of California Irvine (UCI), Cal State University LA since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

 

Received:

 

  • Non-disclosure agreement between LAPD, UCLA, and UC Berkeley
  • Non-disclosure agreement between LAPD and University of Chicago
  • 2015 BWV agreement

 

Not yet received: Additional documents responsive to this request (including but not limited to reports, proposals, invoices, purchase orders, protocols, training materials, and any other written or computerized material), the existence of which are indicated by the following references:

 

  • LAPD and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA):
    • UCLA and LAPD collaboration and work on the DOJ grant FY 2018 Strategies for Policing Innovation,[40] which describes the homicide database BIDMAS (Bureau of Investigation Document and Management Analysis System) and an investigative instrument or algorithm that will be created under this grant. Under this grant UCLA would have access to, “at a minimum,” calls for service, incident reports, arrests, FI cards, outstanding warrants, and “limited personnel information.”
    • UCLA named as a research partner in March 2015 BWV program[41]
  • LAPD and University of Southern Cal (USC):
    • LAPD Crime Data utilized for the research paper “Partially Generative Neural Networks for Gang Crime Classification with Partial Information” by Sungyoung Seo, Phebe Vayanos, Milind Tambe, Yan Liu of the University of Southern California, CA 90007, USA.[42]

 

  • LAPD and University of California Irvine (UCI):
    • LAPD FI Card data from Hollenbeck Division was utilized in the research paper “Adaptation of an animal territory model to street gang spatial patterns in Los Angeles” by George Tita, University California Irvine[43]
    • LAPD has provided an MOU from 2010 between LAPD and “Professors at the University of California.” This MOU describes a 3-stage “research project on Forecasting Gang Violence (FGV).” Page 5 of the Agreement states “FGV tools will be transferred to LAPD at no cost and with no implied liability or warranty. Upon request, LAPD personnel will be given training on the utilization of the forecasting software. Monthly Project progress reports will be provided. Detailed Project technical reports will be provided.”

 

  • LAPD and Cal State University LA:
    • Official LAPD Scientific Investigation Division (SID) is composed of the Criminalistics Laboratory and the Technical Laboratory. The Criminalistics Laboratory is a part of the Hertzberg-Davis Forensic Science Center at the Los Angeles Regional Crime Laboratory. The 180,000 square foot forensic science facility is located on the campus of California State University, Los Angeles and shared jointly by the Los Angeles Police Department, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, California State University, Los Angeles, the California Forensic Science Institute, and the California Criminalistics Institute. The Criminalistics Laboratory comprises the Field Investigation, Firearm Analysis, Narcotics Analysis, Quality Assurance, Questioned Documents, Serology/DNA, Toxicology and Trace Analysis Units. The Electronics, Latent Print, Photography and Polygraph Units make up the Technical Laboratory which is located in the C. Erwin Piper Technical Center. In the broadest sense, SID’s function is the collection, comparison, and interpretation of all types of physical evidence found at crime scenes or collected from suspects and victims, and to provide expert testimony in these areas.[44]

 

  • LAPD and Justice & Security Strategies (JSS): Craig Uchiha and JSS have a continued relationship with LAPD post Operation LASER, including but not limited to the programs listed below:
    • LAPD's TEAMS II: The Impact of a Police Integrity Early Intervention System[45]
    • Predictive Policing in Los Angeles: Planning and Development[46]          
    • Smart Policing in Los Angeles[47]

 

  1. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD data gathering, storage, and record management infrastructure and policies, including information about funding, budgeting, staffing, protocols for accessing, using, and contributing to Record Management System (RMS) data, servers, and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), as well as software platforms that interface with National Data Exchange (N-Dex) or will interface with the Consolidated RMS master index, including but not limited to PredPol, Prosecutor Information Management System (PIMS), and geographic information systems since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

Received:

  • Re: The Records Management System (RMS):
    • Professional Service Agreement with NICHE Tech- basic contractual document
    • Contractual Agreement between Gartner Inc
  • Re: Software platforms that interface with National Data Exchange (N-Dex) or will interface with the Consolidated RMS master index:
    • PredPol,
      • Predpol Purchase Order
      • Predpol Contract

Not yet received: Additional documents responsive to this request (including but not limited to reports, proposals, invoices, purchase orders, protocols, training materials, and any other written or computerized material), the existence of which are indicated by the following references:

  • LAPD data gathering, storage, and record management infrastructure and policies for the Records Management System (RMS), according to LAPD Top 10 IT Initiatives 2016‒2017:[48]
    • #6 Consolidated Records Management System that modernizes report writing, record keeping, capabilities through the implementation of a commercial records management system to provide near instant situational awareness to officers in the field and improved reporting and time
    • Phase 1- Contract & SOW with NicheRMS. Deploy Collision and Custody services modules in production, Convert property data, estimated cost $2.5m, and required staff 18x FTEs, 1x PM, Vendor Team
    • Phase 2 - Deploy full RMS to one division, deploy property module, full RMS training, Est cost $2.2m, required staff 20x SME/PM LAPD
    • Strategic Goals- Implement ADMP (2020 10/C-1), Data Driven Traffic Collision Avoidance (2020 3/B), Expand Data Driven Crime Prevention Programs (2020 1/C), Next Gen CompStat Program Imperative (2020 9/A-3)
    • #10 Continual Service Improvement of O&M Applications/Services- Improves the effectiveness and efficiency of IT/ Services / Processes with a focus on adapting to the changing needs of the end user
    • DISPATCH APPLICATION SECTION (DAS)- Dispatch support: (CAD, Mobile, AVL & Radio), Reporting (cad, telephony, message switch), Integration (etl, cad summary, telematics, message switch, mdc, revision manager telephony, loggers, aware)
      • Staff requirement-1-ISM II 1-SRPSRII, 1-SGT II, 1-SP III 2-SP I, 4-PSR III 1-SA II 6-CE, 1-SRCESPVR 2-SRCE
    • DOCUMENT & MEDIA MANAGEMENT SECTION (DMMS)- Records/Imaging Systems (APRIS/ICARS and CORS/RDS) CCTV systems (celplan, rvcc, rd systems) Video and Audio (V2S, Dictaphone, IA phone system)
      • Staff requirement-1-SP II, 3-SA II
    • BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE & MANAGED REPORTING SYSTEMS (BIMRS)-Managed reporting / Business analytics Data architect / Data governance, Reporting infrastructure / Report distribution, Risk management systems
      • Staff Requirements 2-SSA I, 2-DBA 6-PA IV
    • ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS SECTION (ESS) Administrative systems (CHRIS, DPS, LMS) Operational & Investigative Systems (CCAD, DABIS, DCTS, NECS, TICS, FIS..) Mandated agency integration and reporting Liaison to other agencies for system integration and data/code compliance
      • 1-PCP II, 3-SA II, 1-SAC, 1-GIS
    • APPLICATION & DATABASE SERVICES SECTION (ADSS) Extract Transform and Load (ETL) & Database services and infrastructure Crime Analysis Mapping System (CAMS)/GIS database support and integration Access Control
      • Staff Requirement- 1-DBA, 1-PA V, 1-SP III
    • WEB DEVELOPMENT & SERVICES SECTION (WDSS) Intranet, Internal and External facing focused applications, Programming services (mobile, enterprise, focused), Application governance (development standards, Sharepoint and MS Access)
      • Staff Requirement- 1-SP II, 2-PA V, 1-SSAI
    • Prosecutor Information Management System (PIMS),
    • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    • Software platforms that will interface with National Data Exchange or will interface with the Consolidated RMS master index

 

  1. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD data strategies including information about funding, budgeting, staffing, but not limited to data techniques, data policies, data models, data methods, data storage, data sharing and use standards, data implementation guides, data and data-driven strategy handbooks, and data training materials since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

 

Received:

 

Numerous docs regarding the definition and classifications of crimes.

 

Not yet received: Documentation that discusses and/or describes LAPD data strategies regarding the following but not limited to the established LAPD data-gathering and analysis tools and/or tactics listed below:

 

  • Community Safety Operation Centers (CSOC), including but not limited to
    • The roles and responsibilities of LAPD Crime Intelligence Analysts (CIA) in conjunction with CSOC, including any protocols or training materials
    • Street-Level analysis or data analysis conducted by staff at or for CSOC - any reports, instructions, guidelines, protocols, training manuals, data analysis, or any other document

 

  • Collection, analysis, and storage of stop data - according to the Office of the Inspector General, LAPD collects stop data on Automated Field Data Reports (AFDR) and maintains a stop database.[49]
  • Collection of Field Interview (FI) cards, and the analysis of FI card data, which is documented as a data-gathering strategy for “more data about what was happening, who (LAPD) were stopping and why” since at least 2011[50]
  • Collection and analysis of ALPR data, including LAPD’s ALPR Policy[51]
  • The use of Neighborhood Engagement Areas (NEA) and any data collected by Senior Lead Officers
  • Area Crime Community Intelligence Centers (ACCICs): The roles and responsibilities of LAPD Crime Intelligence Analysts (CIA) in conjunction with ACCIC, including any protocols or training materials
  • Street-Level analysis or data analysis conducted by staff at or for ACCIC - any reports, instructions, guidelines, protocols, training manuals, data analysis, or any other document

 

 

  1. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD plans, funding, budgeting, staffing, for using technologies or existing use and data gathering, sharing, and storing including but not limited to patents, 5G internet infrastructure, biometric identification technology, communication interception technology, sensor systems, since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

 

Received:

 

  • Four documents describing LAPD and its use of data technology, including LAPD’s Strategic Plan for 2017-2019 and an article on Predictive Policing.

 

Not yet received: Additional documents responsive to this request, including documents, reports, or analyses that refer to LAPD data gathering and analysis via the following means and references:

 

  • Electronic Field Interview Cards, also referred to as e-FI or eFI. LAPD’s Strategic Plan for 2020, Initiative C (page 55) describes “proof-of-concept testing for electronic Field Interview cards”[52] that was a “milestone” in 2015-2016, and deployed to divisions 2016-2017. LAPD also describes this on page 13 of the Request for Proposals for the RMS[53]. Responsive documentation may refer to concept testing, field deployment, and sustained use of Electronic Field Interview cards, e-FIs, eFIs, and the associated dashboard.
  • In 2010 the former LAPD Chief Bratton referred to LAPD’s partnership with Motorola Solutions to monitor Jordan Downs community as the start of a buildout to use “biometric identification.”[54]

 

 

  1. Any and all documentation, reports, and/or analyses that discusses, describes, illustrates and/or is related to any and all past, current, and/or planned uses of facial recognition software, hardware, data gathering, data sharing, and data storing including funding, budgeting, staffing,  since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

 

Received:

 

  • A link to an article from March 2005 regarding LAPD technology.

 

Not yet received: Additional documents responsive to this request, the existence of which are indicated by the following references:

 

  • Any POs, invoices, agreements, reports, findings, protocols regarding LAPD use of facial recognition software, hardware, or data gathering -
    • The Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (SUAS) guidelines and procedures in LAPD’s Department Manual section 420.56 note that “an sUAS shall not be equipped or used with any facial recognition software or analysis capabilities.” In the October 17th, 2017 meeting of the Board of Police Commissioners,[55] then Chief Charlie Beck stated that LAPD has the capacity to use facial recognition software on the data obtained from drones, but because of the guidelines, they will not. If this procedure is practiced, we would expect some document (e.g. a protocol, memo, directive, data audit) ensuring data from sUAS devices is tagged and stored in such a way as to not be subject to analysis using facial recognition software.
    • In January 2004 LAPD installed surveillance cameras equipped with facial recognition software in the MacArthur Park area.[56] The vendor was Neven Vision, and the system used by Rampart GED officers was the Mobile Identifier handheld system[57]
    • In December 2004[58] LAPD sought $500K from the federal government to expand the use of the facial recognition software, which was described as being used “experimentally”
    • In 2005 the LA Times reported on technology inside a current LAPD car that had an internal camera that would “scan the back seat, and can access the facial-recognition system.”[59] Additionally, the car had a “Power PC: Laptop system displays license number and photo of two cars at a time. It can also access facial-recognition information.” Additionally, at this time, LAPD was using 6 handheld devices that would take a picture of a person, then compare it to a database using facial recognition technology.
    • In 2006 LAPD unveiled a Smart Car developed by Motorola that used facial recognition software[60]
    • In 2008 LAPD launched Regional Crime Centers offering “facial recognition” to LAPD detectives[61]
    • LAPD training documents for officers working Gang Enforcement Detail reference use of facial recognition software[62]
    • In 2013 LAPD deployed 16 cameras in the San Fernando Valley with facial recognition capabilities[63]

 

  1. Any and all documentation, reports, and/or analyses that discusses, describes, illustrates and/or is related to any and all past, current, and/or planned uses of household or personal internet-enabled consumer or “smart” devices, and related data gathering, sharing, and storing, and funding, budgeting, staffing, including but not limited to Apple Watch, Fitbit, Amazon Echo, Alexa, Siri, and Google Home since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

 

Received:

 

  • LAPD claims to have done a search pertaining to “smart devices” and found nothing

 

Not yet received: Additional documents responsive to this request, including any document regarding LAPD use of or data gathering from a household or personal “smart” device, including technology such as Apple Watch, Fitbit, Amazon Echo, Alexa, Siri, and Google Home.

 

  1. Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, use, or arrangements for data gathering, storing, and sharing, including funding, budgeting, staffing, related to the use of but not limited to IMSI Catchers such as but not limited to Digital Receiver Technology (DRT) or Stingray, Trapwire, Hi-Def Cameras, Unmanned Aerial Systems or Drones, and other radio and other point-to-point communication systems since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.

 

Received:

  • IMSI Catchers such as but not limited to Digital Receiver Technology (DRT) or Stingray:
    • DRT Purchase Orders
    • Cell Phone tracking protocols
    • Cellular Telephone Tracking Guidelines
    • Cellular Communication Interception Technology use and deployment - Special Order 2
    • StingRay Purchase Order
  • Hi-Def Cameras:
    • Purchase Order received
  • Unmanned Aerial Systems or Drones, and other radio and other point-to-point communication systems:
    • Donation of $6,645 from Police Foundation
    • Donation of $31,528 from Police Foundation
    • Notice of approval for 1-year pilot program
    • Drone guideline and procedures
    • Drone purchase order

 

Not yet received: Additional documents responsive to this request, including:

  • Protocols, guidelines, specifications, funding requests, invoices, training manuals regarding Stingray, Hi-Def cameras, Digital Receiver Technology (DRT)
  • Any documentation including Purchase Orders, protocols, guidelines, specifications, funding requests, invoices, training manuals regarding Trapwire
  • Training manuals, reports, and any additional documentation regarding Unmanned Aerial Systems (uas), sUAS, or Drones

 

We look forward to receiving the requested documents within the prescribed time allowed under the Calif Public Records Act.

 

Sincerely,

Hamid Khan

Stop LAPD Spying Coalition

 

CC:

Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners

Richard Tefank - Executive Director, Los Angeles Police Commission

 

 

 

[1] https://lacity.nextrequest.com/requests/18-1696

[2] https://cityclerk.lacity.org/lacityclerkconnect/index.cfm?fa=ccfi.viewrecord&cfnumber=17-1200

[3] https://lacity.nextrequest.com/requests/18-1696 Mar 2016 Reviewed.pdf in Goodrich 2016 folder

[4] http://www.lapdpolicecom.lacity.org/020414/BPC_14-0018.pdf

[5] 2015 LAPD Social Media User Guide (pg 3)

[6] https://trueventures.com/blog/congratulating-the-ring-team

[7]https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/talkingtech/2017/03/29/crime-busting-video-doorbell-ring-expands-clones-undercut-price/99677840/

[8]https://www.bizjournals.com/losangeles/news/2016/03/24/ring-cut-burglaries-by-half-in-l-a-neighborhood.html

[9] https://theintercept.com/2020/07/09/twitter-dataminr-police-spy-surveillance-black-lives-matter-protests/

[10] https://lacity.nextrequest.com/requests/18-1696 Mar 2016 Reviewed.pdf in Goodrich 2016 folder

[11] 2015 LAPD Social Media User Guide (pg 6)

[12] http://www.lapdpolicecom.lacity.org/031219/BPC_19-0072.pdf

[13]https://blog.ring.com/2019/08/28/working-together-for-safer-neighborhoods-introducing-the-neighbors-active-law-enforcement-map/

[14]https://medium.com/@stoplapdspying/tech-companies-complicity-in-state-violence-runs-deep-566a3ddbe9a

[15] https://stoplapdspying.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Program-Narrative.pdf

[16] https://lacity.nextrequest.com/requests/18-1696 - folder “Goodrich 2017,” doc “Feb 2017 REVIEWED pdf.pdf”

[17]https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/office-justice-programs-awards-more-56-million-enable-information-technology-sharing-reduce

[18] https://lacity.nextrequest.com/requests/18-1696

[19] Sept 27, 2016 email from LAPD analyst Nicole Trujillo to LAPD CIO Maggie Goodrich

[20] https://cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/2019AwardDocs/cpd/Award_List.pdf

[21] https://cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/CPOS/ss/Vol5No5LAHousing.pdf

[22] https://cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/2019AwardDocs/ahtf/Award_List.pdf

[23] https://cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/2012AwardDocs/CHP/CHP-2012-Final-Announcement-List.pdf

[24] https://cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/2014AwardDocs/cpd/CPD_award_list.pdf

[25]https://cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/2015AwardDocs/cagi/CAGI_Announcement_List_508.pdf

[26]https://www.justice.gov/usao/resources/making-foia-request/major-information-systems/prosecutors-management-information-system

[27] http://jaireports.co.la.ca.us/JaiManual/index.html

[28] https://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?org=NSF&cntn_id=116357&preview=false

[29] http://www.lapdpolicecom.lacity.org/102015/BPC_15-0329%20RFP.pdf

[30] https://bja.ojp.gov/library/publications/evaluating-los-angeles-crime-gun-intelligence-center

[31]https://bja.ojp.gov/library/publications/homicide-investigation-case-file-profile-los-angeles-police-department-murder

[32] https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/awards/2019-cd-bx-0077

[33]https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/awards/2016-zp-bx-0006

[34] https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/awards/2010-dd-bx-0396

[35] http://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2015/15-0479_rpt_LAPD_08-20-2015.pdf

[36] http://www.lapdpolicecom.lacity.org/102015/BPC_15-0329%20RFP.pdf

[37] https://www.govtech.com/e-government/access-granted.html

[38]https://www.advancingjustice-la.org/sites/default/files/CVE-Grant-PRA-Key-Document-Chronology_062018.pdf

[39] http://www.lapdonline.org/february_2016/news_view/60222

[40] https://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2018/18-1219_rpt_ps_2-27-19.rev.pdf

[41] http://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2015/15-0479_rpt_LAPD_08-20-2015.pdf

[42] https://www.cais.usc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/AIES_2018_paper_93.pdf

[43]https://www.researchgate.net/publication/264952443_Adaptation_of_an_animal_territory_model_to_street_gang_spatial_patterns_in_Los_Angeles

[44] https://www.facebook.com/LAPD-Scientific-Investigation-Division-841550599253614/

[45] http://newweb.jssinc.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Evaluating-TEAMS-II.pdf

[46] http://newweb.jssinc.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Predictive-Policing-in-Los-Angeles.pdf

[47] http://newweb.jssinc.org/smart-policing-in-la-targeting-gun-violence/

[48] http://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2017/17-1200_rpt_ita_2-5-18.pdf

[49] https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/b2dd23_7a94219ec43340a484805c8be17f8bfa.pdf page 4

[50] https://www.wired.com/story/how-peter-thiels-secretive-data-company-pushed-into-policing/

[51] For example, referred to in the 2018 Memorium of Understanding (MOU) between the Housing Authority of LA and LAPD

[52] http://lapd-assets.lapdonline.org/assets/pdf/LAPD%20Strategic%20Plan.pdf

[53] http://www.lapdpolicecom.lacity.org/102015/BPC_15-0329%20RFP.pdf (page 13)

[54] http://www.laweekly.com/forget-the-nsa-the-lapd-spies-on-millions-of-innocent-folks/ 

[55] http://lacity.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=97&clip_id=17384

[56] http://www.lapdonline.org/february_2005/news_view/19849

[57]https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20050207006034/en/Mobile-Identifier-Facial-Recognition-System-Successfully-Deployed

[58]http://www.nbcnews.com/id/6759397/ns/technology_and_science-tech_and_gadgets/t/lapd-studies-facial-recognition-software/#.XzYTKVuGhEo

[59] https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2005-sep-29-me-copcar29-story.html

[60] https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2007-nov-10-me-scooter10-story.html

[61] http://lapd-assets.lapdonline.org/assets/pdf/RCC%20Brochure%20no%20number.pdf

[62]https://michaelkohlhaas.org/wp/2019/08/09/some-materials-from-a-los-angeles-police-department-gang-enforcement-training-course-or-maybe-courses-are-now-available-undated-but-possibly-from-2005-i-believe-these-have-never-been/

[63]https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/83955-lapd-unveils-surveillance-cameras-in-west-san-fernando-valley

August 31, 2020, 10:32am by the requester
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Dear Requester,

We have received your message. We will review the list you provided and respond to you as soon as practicable.

Respectfully,

LAPD Discovery Section, CPRA Unit

August 17, 2020, 2:35pm by LAPD Analyst Farah N5890 (Staff)
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Here’s part of the list of several missing items. We expect response to these missing items and we’ll follow up with more details in the next two weeks.

 

  1. (Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD practices, funding, budgeting, staffing for including but not limited to social network analyses/mapping, and/or investigating social media content and platforms, data, and metadata, and the collection, storage, use, sharing, and aggregation of social media data, including but not limited to Facebook, Facebook Groups, Instagram, WhatsApp, Twitter, Ring technology, Nextdoor, and 3rd party data brokers or providers, since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.)

 

What we received:

 

LAPD Guides or Guidelines for LAPD personnel regarding

 

  • Use of social media for community relations, situational awareness, missions
  • CSU (Cyber Support Units) responsibilities and staffing
  • General use of Internet and Email (dated 1999)

 

Missing:

 

  • While the guides above do make references to some specific social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Yelp, YouTube and many more, missing are any reference to LAPD use (including trial use) of specific social media tools of analysis or data collection.
  • Nothing regarding Nextdoor, Ring Technology

 

  1. (Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, funding, budgeting, staffing, or other arrangements such as but not limited to letters of agreement/memorandums of understanding/agreement with private providers of or partners in data collection, data storage, data use and sharing, de-encryption, data visualization, and data analysis services and hardware, including but not limited to Amazon, Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI), Microsoft, Palantir, Google since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.)

 

What we received:

 

  • 40 documents regarding Palantir - some training guides, POs, and invoices.
  • A 2016-2019 contract for Microsoft, one invoice for MS software in 2015
  • Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI) Professional Service Agreement

 

Missing:

  • No mention of Amazon or Google in any documents, or Agreements or MOUs regarding information sharing
  • Additional Microsoft contracts, invoices, reports, proposals… only 2 documents
  • Additional ESRI documents

 

  1. (Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, funding, budgeting, staffing, or other arrangements such as but not limited to letters of agreement/memorandums of understanding/agreement with public sector, local, regional, and federal providers of or partners in data collection, data storage, data use and sharing, de-encryption, data visualization, and data analysis services and hardware, including but not limited to Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), FBI, National Science Foundation, Bureau of Justice Assistance, National Institute for Justice, DOJ, Department of Health, DMV, Prosecutor Information Management System (PIMS), Juvenile Automated Index, Crime Without Borders, since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.)

 

What we received:

 

Numerous MOUs and agreements between LAPD and:

  • Federal agencies, including JRIC, NCIS, FBI
  • State agencies, including LAUSD
  • Local City Agencies, including HACLA
  • Crime Without Borders

 

Missing:

  • Any documents regarding COPS, PIMS, Juvenile Automated Index, National Science Foundation, BJA, NIJ, DMV
  • Very little received on DHS or Cal DOJ

 

  1. (Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, funding, budgeting, staffing, or other arrangements such as but not limited to letters of agreement/memorandums of understanding/agreement with academic providers of or partners in data collection, data storage, data use and sharing, de-encryption, data visualization, and data analysis services and hardware, including but not limited to University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern Cal (USC), University of California Irvine (UCI), Cal State University LA since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.)

 

What we received:

 

  • Non-disclosure agreement between LAPD, UCLA, and UC Berkeley
  • Non-disclosure agreement btw LAPD and University of Chicago

 

Missing:

 

Nothing regarding agreements, MOUs, etc between LAPD and University of Southern Cal (USC), University of California Irvine (UCI), Cal State University LA, USC, UCI, Cal State.

 

  1. (Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD data gathering, storage, and record management infrastructure and policies, including information about funding, budgeting, staffing, protocols for accessing, using, and contributing to Record Management System (RMS) data, servers, and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), as well as software platforms that interface with National Data Exchange (N-Dex) or will interface with the Consolidated RMS master index, including but not limited to PredPol, Prosecutor Information Management System (PIMS), and geographic information systems since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.)

 

What we received:

 

  • Only 2 agreements regarding LAPD’s RMS (both were contracts)
  • Only 2 documents regarding Predpol (plus a widely published research paper)

Missing:

Anything regarding PIMS or any other software platforms or geographic information systems that interface with N-Dex or the RMS master index

 

  1. (Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD data strategies including information about funding, budgeting, staffing, but not limited to data techniques, data policies, data models, data methods, data storage, data sharing and use standards, data implementation guides, data and data-driven strategy handbooks, and data training materials since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.)

 

What we received:

 

LAPD interpreted “data strategies” as “how crimes are classified” and provided numerous docs regarding the definition and classifications of crimes.

 

Missing:

 

The docs we actually asked for

 

  1. (Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD plans, funding, budgeting, staffing, for using technologies or existing use and data gathering, sharing, and storing including but not limited to patents, 5G internet infrastructure, biometric identification technology, communication interception technology, sensor systems, since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.)

 

What we received:

 

  • LAPD provided 4 docs more generally describing LAPD and their use of data technology, including LAPD’s Strategic Plan for 2017-2019 and an article on Predictive Policing.

 

Missing:

 

  • Any specifics regarding LAPD use or involvement with 5G internet infrastructure, biometric identification technology, communication interception technology, or sensor systems

 

  1. (Any and all documentation, reports, and/or analyses that discusses, describes, illustrates and/or is related to any and all past, current, and/or planned uses of facial recognition software, hardware, data gathering, data sharing, and data storing including funding, budgeting, staffing,  since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.)

 

What we received:

 

  • A link to an article from March 2005 regarding LAPD technology.

 

Missing:

 

  • Any POs, invoices, agreements, reports, findings, protocols regarding LAPD use of facial recognition software, hardware, or data gathering

 

  1. (Any and all documentation, reports, and/or analyses that discusses, describes, illustrates and/or is related to any and all past, current, and/or planned uses of household or personal internet-enabled consumer or “smart” devices, and related data gathering, sharing, and storing, and funding, budgeting, staffing, including but not limited to Apple Watch, Fitbit, Amazon Echo, Alexa, Siri, and Google Home since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.)

 

What we received:

 

  • LAPD claims to have done a search regarding “smart devices” and found nothing

 

Missing:

 

  • Any document regarding LAPD use or testing of household or personal internet enabled “smart devices.”

 

  1. (Any and all operational material including but not limited to any and all documentation, reports, manuals, analyses, and/or other written or computerized material that discusses and/or describes LAPD partnerships, agreements, use, or arrangements for data gathering, storing, and sharing, including funding, budgeting, staffing, related to the use of but not limited to IMSI Catchers such as but not limited to Digital Receiver Technology (DRT) or Stingray, Trapwire, Hi-Def Cameras, Unmanned Aerial Systems or Drones, and other radio and other point-to-point communication systems since the inception, acquisition, or contractual agreement until Sept 5, 2019.)

 

What we received:

 

  • Purchase Orders, protocols, and guidelines regarding DRT and Cellular Telephone Tracking Guidelines
  • One Purchase Order for Stingray and Hi-Def Cameras
  • Documentation on drones (UAS) - donations, guidelines and procedures, drone PO

Missing:

  • Protocols, guidelines regarding Stingray, Hi-Def cameras
  • Any documentation regarding Trapwire
August 7, 2020, 12:21am by the requester
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There are several items that are still missing.  These items were requested but we have received no communication from LAPD regarding the status of these items.  We are currently reviewing what we have received in totality and will communicate missing items by August 7, 2020  

August 1, 2020, 12:46pm by the requester
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Dear Requester,

 

As previously stated in our response, your request was not “a request for a copy of records that reasonably describes an identifiable record or records” as required by Government Code Section 6253(b). However, in an effort to comply with the spirit of the CPRA, the Department conducted a search for records pertaining to your requests and provided over 100 documents. 

 

We have completed our search and have closed your request. However as previously stated, if you wish to submit a specific and focused request for a particular record that you believe was not located by our search, the Department will make a reasonable effort to locate any such documents.

 

Respectfully, 

 

LAPD Discovery Section, CPRA Unit

July 24, 2020, 3:50pm by LAPD Analyst Farah N5890 (Staff)
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Hello, Re. your message that this request is closed. There are still outstanding documents that we haven't received and we demand that you fulfill the complete request. Thanks   

July 17, 2020, 4:01pm by the requester
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July 13, 2020, 12:58pm
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Calgang.pdf
CLETS.pdf
HACLA-LAPD MOA.pdf
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Drones.pdf
July 13, 2020, 12:56pm
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Dear Requester, 

Thank you for your patience.  We are providing you with the last of the documents that were under review and responsive to your request.

 

Item No. 3-

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING-California Department of Justice Bureau of Investigation and Intelligence And CalGang® Node Agency Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department and Los Angeles Police Department 

MANAGEMENT CONTROL AGREEMENT-Agreement to allow the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications (CLETS) access, BY: THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT, LA0194200(Public law enforcement/criminal justice agency) (ORI) TO: THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES (Dispatch, parking citation or data processing public agency)

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES AND THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

Item No. 10-

Drones.pdf

2A Donation $31,528#327-17 BPC #18-0000.pdf

 

Thank you again for your patience. We have concluded our search and are closing your request. If you have any questions, please respond to this email.

 

Respectfully, 

 

LAPD Discovery Section, CPRA Unit

July 13, 2020, 12:56pm
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Dear Requester,

 

In regard to your inquiry related to Palantir, the Los Angeles Police  Department utilizes Palantir data technology. Mission Control was a Palantir software product that Department no longer uses.

 

Thank you for your patience. If you have any questions, please respond to this email.

 

Respectfully, 

 

LAPD Discovery Section, CPRA Unit

July 10, 2020, 3:47pm by LAPD Analyst Farah N5890 (Staff)
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Could you please clarify the difference between the non-use of Palantir Mission Control and the continuing utlilization of Palantir.  Thanks

June 28, 2020, 5:29pm by the requester
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Dear Requester,

 

Palantir Mission Control is no longer used by the Los Angeles Police Department. However, Department utilizes Palantir.

 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this correspondence, simply respond to this email.

 

Respectfully,

 

LAPD Discovery Section, CPRA Unit

June 26, 2020, 11:47am by LAPD Analyst Farah N5890 (Staff)
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Hello, Could you clarify the question posted below in this communication.  In your June 18, 2020 communication you mentioned- 

Item No.2-

"Palantir Non-Disclosure Agreements, Purchase Orders, Mission Control Training and Appendix.

Please note that Palantir Mission Control is no longer used by the Los Angeles Police Department and some of the documents may apply to older versions of the software."

Could you clarify: Has LAPD stopped using Palantir services throughout the department and if so when did they cease?

June 23, 2020, 3:16pm by the requester
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June 23, 2020, 8:52am
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Dear Requester:

 

Please be advised that the Department continues to search for, identify, and/or review responsive records and will respond as soon as practicable.  Thank you for your continued patience.

 

Respectfully,

 

LAD Discovery, CPRA Unit

June 23, 2020, 8:52am by LAPD Sr Analyst Alexis N1685, Sr. Management Analyst (Staff)
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Contract 127383 Microsoft 4-21-16.pdf
MS-InvoicesR.pdf
CPO 12-1295173 Compucom Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 12-1305692 Compucom Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 14-1454860 Compucom Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 14-1510621 Compucom Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 14-1510626 Compucom Palantir _Redacted.pdf
CPO 15-1539055 Compucom - Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 15-1617479 Compucom - Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 16-1688513 Palantir Technologies_Redacted.pdf
CPO 1688513 160204 1321 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 1754804 160906 1658 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 18426487432 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 180000426390 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 190000402700 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 190000415852 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 190000415870 Palantirpdf_Redacted.pdf
CPO 190000440465 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 200000434940 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
Palantir_Equipment_Invoice_-_Phase_3_Redacted.pdf
PO#0001295173_Redacted.pdf
PO#0001305692 - ITD 12 S290 (Signed)_Redacted.pdf
PO#0001454860_Redacted.pdf
PO#0001510621 _Redacted.pdf
PO#0001510626_Redacted.pdf
PO#0001617479 Revised_Redacted.pdf
Appendix (2)(b) Mission Control Training Curriculum-Redacted.pdf
Palantir Mission Control User Guide-Redacted.pdf
2010.09.23 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2010.09.27 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2010.10.04 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2011.02.15 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2011.02.24 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2011.07.07 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2012.05.23 Palantir NDA 2_Redacted.pdf
2012.05.23 Palantir NDA 3_Redacted.pdf
2012.05.23 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2012.12.06 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
LAPD - Palantir Mutual NDA - 2015.03.10 Final_Redacted.pdf
Palantir Equipment Release Liability Waiver 060412_Redacted (1).pdf
June 18, 2020, 12:52pm
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15-0103 MOU between the FBI and LAPD For DNA Index.pdfRFBIRR.pdf
18-0011 WTOC Task Force- MOU between the LAPD and FBI .pdf
JRIC 2016.pdfR.PDF
MOU-NCIS and So Cal LinX.pdf
June 18, 2020, 12:52pm
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Contract 127383 Microsoft 4-21-16.pdf
MS-InvoicesR.pdf
CPO 12-1295173 Compucom Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 12-1305692 Compucom Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 14-1454860 Compucom Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 14-1510621 Compucom Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 14-1510626 Compucom Palantir _Redacted.pdf
CPO 15-1539055 Compucom - Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 15-1617479 Compucom - Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 16-1688513 Palantir Technologies_Redacted.pdf
CPO 1688513 160204 1321 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 1754804 160906 1658 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 18426487432 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 180000426390 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 190000402700 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 190000415852 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 190000415870 Palantirpdf_Redacted.pdf
CPO 190000440465 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
CPO 200000434940 Palantir_Redacted.pdf
Palantir_Equipment_Invoice_-_Phase_3_Redacted.pdf
PO#0001295173_Redacted.pdf
PO#0001305692 - ITD 12 S290 (Signed)_Redacted.pdf
PO#0001454860_Redacted.pdf
PO#0001510621 _Redacted.pdf
PO#0001510626_Redacted.pdf
PO#0001617479 Revised_Redacted.pdf
Appendix (2)(b) Mission Control Training Curriculum-Redacted.pdf
Palantir Mission Control User Guide-Redacted.pdf
2010.09.23 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2010.09.27 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2010.10.04 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2011.02.15 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2011.02.24 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2011.07.07 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2012.05.23 Palantir NDA 2_Redacted.pdf
2012.05.23 Palantir NDA 3_Redacted.pdf
2012.05.23 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
2012.12.06 Palantir NDA_Redacted.pdf
LAPD - Palantir Mutual NDA - 2015.03.10 Final_Redacted.pdf
Palantir Equipment Release Liability Waiver 060412_Redacted (1).pdf
June 18, 2020, 12:51pm
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_PO_000141.pdf
_PO_000151.pdf
_PO_151208.pdf
PO_000146.pdf
Harris INV000007483C.LAPD (002).pdfR.pdf
1B-DONATION $6,645.00 FROM LAPF BPC 19-0249.pdf
HD Camera.pdf
June 18, 2020, 12:51pm
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Dear Requester,

 

Thank you for your patience. We are providing you with additional documents specific to the item numbers in your request:

 

Item No.2-

Palantir Non-Disclosure Agreements, Purchase Orders, Mission Control Training and Appendix.

Please note that Palantir Mission Control is no longer used by the Los Angeles Police Department and some of the documents may apply to older versions of the software.

Microsoft Contract and Invoices

 

Item No. 3-

MOUs with the Federal Bureau of Investigations and LAPD For DNA Index and WTOC Task Force, Joint Regional Terrorism Center, Naval Criminal Investigative Services and So Cal LinX.

 

Item No.10-

Harris Invoices and Purchase Orders

HD Cameras Purchase Orders

Police Board of Commission Agenda

Furthermore, we are currently reviewing additional documents and will provide any nonexempt records to you upon completion of our review.  

 

Respectfully, 

 

LAPD Discovery Section, CPRA Unit

June 18, 2020, 12:51pm by LAPD Analyst Farah N5890 (Staff)
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May 26, 2020, 10:50am
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April 28, 2020, 1:31pm
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Dear Requester:

 

Please be advised that we continue to search for, identify and/or review requested records and will respond as soon as possible.  Thank you for your patience.

 

Respectfully,

 

LAD Discovery, CPRA Unit

April 28, 2020, 1:30pm by LAPD Sr Analyst Alexis N1685, Sr. Management Analyst (Staff)
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Dear Requester,

 

Thank you for your patience. We are providing you with additional documents specific to the item numbers in your request. Furthermore, we are currently reviewing additional documents and will provide any nonexempt records to you upon completion of our review.  

 

Respectfully,

 

LAPD Discovery Section, CPRA Unit

April 6, 2020, 3:11pm by LAPD Analyst Farah N5890 (Staff)
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Notice_Bait Car.pdf
oo5Reclass080513.pdf
reportingspousalandchildabuserelatedassaults011305.pdf
UCR Assault Definition_062013.pdf
UCR Burglary Definition_062013.pdf
UCR Fraud-Embezzlement Definition_062013.pdf
UCR Homicide Definition_062013.pdf
UCR Larceny-Theft (GTP Only) Definition_062013.pdf
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UCR Larceny-Theft (Shoplift Only) Definition_062013.pdf
UCR Larceny-Theft Definition_062013.pdf
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UCR Sex Crime (Other) Definition_062013.pdf
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Fully executed Niche contract 2017-20.pdf
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Fully Executed NDA - Univ of Chicago Crime Lab09.22.16.pdf
UCLA - Forecasting Gang Violence Project.pdf
Fully Executed NDA.pdf
April 6, 2020, 3:08pm
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14-0008 MOU between the LAPD and Ca Dept of Justice.pdfR.pdf
Crime Without Borders MOA Final Signed 04 20 2012.pdf
April 6, 2020, 3:07pm
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Operation Order No. 2-Cyber Support.pdf
Department Internet Usage Guidelines, Special Order No. 13, dated May 6, 1999.pdf
INTELLIGENCE GUIDELINES FOR MAJOR CRIMES DIV.pdf
April 6, 2020, 3:03pm
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Notice 8.7 (2).pdf
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SO 8 - SUAS_09-26-2019.pdf
LAPD_Strategic Plan 2017-19.pdf
Aggravated Simple Assault Checklist.pdf
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