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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Andrea Prichett

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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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Berkeley City Council met on Thursday, discussing over 45 items, including resources for seniors, a public art commission and tenants rights. 
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Berkeley City Council met on Thursday, discussing over 45 items, including resources for seniors, a public art commission and tenants rights. 
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In an unannounced overnight move, UC Berkeley began the process of fencing off People’s Park for construction of student housing Wednesday morning. 
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In an unannounced overnight move, UC Berkeley began the process of fencing off People’s Park for construction of student housing Wednesday morning. 
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The Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, launched its new Transparency Hub on May 25 to foster accountability and honesty with the Berkeley community.
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The Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, launched its new Transparency Hub on May 25 to foster accountability and honesty with the Berkeley community.
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In June 2011, then Berkeley City Councilmember Jesse Arreguín was involved in the passage of the city’s budget for fiscal years 2012 and 2013. At the time, 54% of the budget was dedicated to public safety, with the Berkeley Police Department receiving roughly $55 million.
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In June 2011, then Berkeley City Councilmember Jesse Arreguín was involved in the passage of the city’s budget for fiscal years 2012 and 2013. At the time, 54% of the budget was dedicated to public safety, with the Berkeley Police Department receiving roughly $55 million.
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As the city of Berkeley looks to implement the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, this summer to increase policing transparency and public trust, the community remains both doubtful and hopeful.
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As the city of Berkeley looks to implement the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, this summer to increase policing transparency and public trust, the community remains both doubtful and hopeful.
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Berkeley City Council struck down a vote of no confidence in Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood, citing a lack of authority over city department heads. 
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Berkeley City Council struck down a vote of no confidence in Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood, citing a lack of authority over city department heads. 
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Berkeley Copwatch, an organization formed in 1990 with the intention to “empower and unite the community to resist police abuse” through education and supervision, hosted a virtual forum Wednesday highlighting five events of alleged racist policing in Berkeley during the pandemic. 
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Berkeley Copwatch, an organization formed in 1990 with the intention to “empower and unite the community to resist police abuse” through education and supervision, hosted a virtual forum Wednesday highlighting five events of alleged racist policing in Berkeley during the pandemic. 
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The family of Kayla Moore, a 41-year-old Black transgender woman who died in Berkeley Police Department custody, is appealing a wrongful death suit against the city at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in January.
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The family of Kayla Moore, a 41-year-old Black transgender woman who died in Berkeley Police Department custody, is appealing a wrongful death suit against the city at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in January.
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Under AB 392, force must only be used when “necessary” rather than when “reasonable.” The bill, signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Aug. 19, specifies that officers must use other resources and techniques to address threats instead of deadly force.
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Under AB 392, force must only be used when “necessary” rather than when “reasonable.” The bill, signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Aug. 19, specifies that officers must use other resources and techniques to address threats instead of deadly force.
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