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Dodgers ‘Tweak’ Security

April 07, 2011 By: Katchop Category: MLB

After a fan was beaten on opening day, the Los Angeles Dodgers have hired former LA police chief William Bratton to revamp their security.

Going to a Dodgers game will likely feel different with William Bratton heading security.

Going to a Dodgers game will likely feel different with William Bratton heading security.

From Reuters

The Los Angeles Dodgers, under fire over the brutal beating of a Giants fan on opening day, said on Wednesday they have hired former police chief William Bratton to review the team’s stadium security.

Bratton, who headed the Los Angeles Police Department from 2002 to 2009, is also a former police commissioner for New York and Boston.

“Bill Bratton is widely credited with spearheading modern community policing in America,” Dodgers owner Frank McCourt said in a statement.

“There is no one better to lead a top-to-bottom review of our current practices, and make recommendations to be implemented now and into the future,” he added.

Original Photos chicrunner, policewallpapers, telegraph.co.uk

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