The Department of Building and Safety is responsible for investigating building, mechanical and zoning code violations on existing commercial buildings and single family dwellings. If you wish to file a complaint regarding potential code violations on a private property such as illegal construction, ... (see full description)


The City of Los Angeles, Office of the Controller, operates a confidential hotline for City employees, contractors, citizens and other interested parties to report fraud, waste and abuse affecting City resources. The City has contracted with an independent company (The Network) whose trained intake ... (see full description)


The City Attorney is the chief prosecutor in the City of Los Angeles. The City Attorney's Office prosecutes all misdemeanor criminal offenses and infraction occurring in the City. With 70 percent of all adult felony arrests referred to the City Attorney's Office for misdemeanor filing, cases are ... (see full description)


The Bureau of Street Services Investigation and Enforcement Division regulates the use or misuse of the public right-of-way. Enforcement and regulatory activities in the Division fall within three general categories: construction, public health and safety, and community/event based operations. For ... (see full description)


FilmLA, Inc assists the City with coordination of filming permit requests for location filming for the City of Los Angeles and some other parts of Los Angeles County. They will work with the production companies to resolve complaints. On-call staff are available by phone 24/7 to respond to ... (see full description)


The Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department pays for a citywide contractor that provides counseling on fair housing rights and responsibilities; investigation of housing discrimination complaints (from renters and homebuyers); enforcement of fair housing laws and multi-lingual outreach ... (see full description)


The City's illegal dumping prevention campaign offers a $1000 reward to citizens who report acts of illegal dumping that lead to arrest and conviction of offenders. Citizens are reminded to call 3-1-1 the City's non-emergency hotline to report violators. Calls are strictly confidential. Citizens may ... (see full description)


The Los Angeles Police Department has primary enforcement responsibility for this Ordinance and is assisted by the Bureau of Street Services Investigation and Enforcement Division. Community members may call 3-1-1 when the violation is occurring during normal business hours. They may also register ... (see full description)


The Department of Building and Safety is responsible for investigating building, mechanical and zoning code violations on existing commercial buildings and single family dwellings. To report property violations such as illegal construction, sub-standard conditions, trash and debris, zoning ... (see full description)


The Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (HCIDLA)'s Rent Investigation and Enforcement Section is responsible for investigating tenant complaints of alleged violations of the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) related to illegal rent increases, notices to evict based on false and ... (see full description)


To report a potential code violation on a private property.


Contact the City Ethics Commission at the "Whistleblower Hotline" (800) 824-4825 to confidentially report complaints about violations of any City Campaign finance law, Municipal Lobbying Ordinance, Conflict of Interest, use of City office for personal gain, or retaliation by any City ... (see full description)


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