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Police Review Commission seeks student input

The Police Review Commission, or PRC, is a citywide, nine-member commission that hears complaints from individuals and creates policy recommendations to the Berkeley City Council and city manager. As such, we must consistently seek feedback and work collaboratively with the community to help create and implement progressive policies that benefit
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Activists organize in Berkeley a year after Kayla Moore’s death in police custody.

Leaked documents shed new light on Kayla Moore’s in-custody death

Police Review Commission unanimously finds that one officer did not continually monitor Moore's vital signs

On Feb. 12, 2013, police responded to a disturbance call in Downtown Berkeley that ended with the sudden in-custody death of Kayla Moore, a 347-pound black transgender woman with a history of mental illness.
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Faces of Berkeley: Osha Neumann, activist lawyer

Neumann dedicates life to social justice and advocates for homeless

Currently a consulting attorney for the East Bay Community Law Center, Berkeley resident Osha Neumann has spent his life advocating for underrepresented groups, specifically the homeless community in Berkeley.
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