New Oakland PD Oversight Board Begins With Big Ideas

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The inaugural members of Oakland’s Police Commission hope to make sweeping changes to the city force as part of a new civilian body vested with broad authority over officer discipline and policy-making in the department, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. The nine appointees awaiting City Council approval include a Harvard-educated lawyer, a probation manager, a grandfather of six . . .

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