Since the Christopher Dormer event and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) reopening his case regarding being fired, at least six other fired police officers want their disciplinary cases reopened.
After the LAPD began its reinvestigation the terminating former officer Chris Dormer's case, other officers have come forward, wanting their cases reinvestigated.
Chief Charlie Beck's decision to reopen Christopher Dorner's case is unprecedented.
It "has left many of our members in absolute limbo," said Police Protective League President Tyler Izen.
Beck has said the review is being conducted to ensure public confidence.
The department has been responsible for a bad image. It has been investigated for racism corruption and abuse, including but not limited to the Rampart Scandal and the 1991 Rodney King beating.
The review of the allegations and overall disciplinary system will take months, Beck said at a Police Commission meeting Tuesday.