Berkeley City Council looks to reduce racial disparities in policing

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Berkely City Council unanimously passed recommendations from the mayor’s Fair and Impartial Working Group during a special meeting Tuesday. According to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín, community trust is impacted by biased policing.

At a special Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday, the council unanimously passed recommendations proposed by the mayor’s Fair and Impartial Working Group that aim to reduce racial disparities in policing and increase community trust.
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