making local government more ethical


Los Angeles City Ethics Commission

The Los Angeles City Ethics Commission is a semi-independent agency authorized and funded by Los Angeles voters to administer and enforce a governmental ethics ordinance for the City of Los Angeles.
The CEC is also responsible for administering and enforcing the City's lobbying and campaign
finance laws.

How to Contact:

Physical Address:

200 N. Spring Street, Suite 2410

City: Los Angeles

State: CA

Zip/Postcode: 90012

Additional reference information:

Dianna (not verified) says:

Is the ethics committee only about breaking campaign laws, or do they cover when an employee is breaking other laws? Such as fraud and theft involving a trust? Thank you

Robert Wechsler says:

Government ethics is only about conflicts of interest, gifts, lobbying, campaign finance, and freedom of information. Fraud and theft are handled by the criminal justice system.

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