Documents reveal judge declared Police Review Commission’s findings in death of Kayla Moore ‘unfounded,’ siding with Berkeley police

A group of people march in protest while holding up signs.
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In 2014, Berkeley’s Police Review Commission found that one officer involved in the 2013 in-custody death of Kayla Moore exercised improper police procedure. But documents recently obtained by The Daily Californian through a Public Records Act request show that a judge disagreed with the commission’s findings months later, calling its logic “fallacious.”
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City Police Review Commission moves future meeting to UC Berkeley

A city civilian police oversight committee voted Wednesday to hold a future meeting at UC Berkeley, hoping to create an open dialogue with students and community members over the events of the protests in December. The Police Review Commission — an independent body appointed by City Council — moved a
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