There’s an automated teller machine in the Rampart Station of the Los Angeles Police Department. It’s open to the public 24 hours a day in a poor, Latino neighborhood completely bereft of banks.

The ATM is a nice convenience in a battered section of town used to neither nice nor convenience. But it is not the only part of the Rampart Station — or the entire LAPD, for that matter — that spits out money.

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