BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 03, 2022

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On Wednesday evening, the Berkeley Police Review Commission voted to open an investigation into Berkeley Police Department’s handling of the demonstrations at City Council’s June 20 special meeting.
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On Wednesday evening, the Berkeley Police Review Commission voted to open an investigation into Berkeley Police Department’s handling of the demonstrations at City Council’s June 20 special meeting.
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The Police Review Commission convened Wednesday evening to elect a new chair and discuss body-worn camera policies and recent City Council decisions.
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The Police Review Commission convened Wednesday evening to elect a new chair and discuss body-worn camera policies and recent City Council decisions.
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At a meeting on Tuesday, June 27 City Council passed the 2018 budget, unanimously voting on about $425 million in net appropriations.
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At a meeting on Tuesday, June 27 City Council passed the 2018 budget, unanimously voting on about $425 million in net appropriations.
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Amidst protest from a crowd packed into the Longfellow Middle School auditorium, Berkeley City Council voted Wednesday morning to continue participating in the controversial Urban Shield police training program.
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Amidst protest from a crowd packed into the Longfellow Middle School auditorium, Berkeley City Council voted Wednesday morning to continue participating in the controversial Urban Shield police training program.
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A lawsuit filed Monday, demanding more than $23 million in relief and damages, alleges campus and university officials violated federal law and campus policies during its handling of the Feb. 1 Milo Yiannopoulos campus protest.
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A lawsuit filed Monday, demanding more than $23 million in relief and damages, alleges campus and university officials violated federal law and campus policies during its handling of the Feb. 1 Milo Yiannopoulos campus protest.
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The Police Review Commission gathered for a special meeting Wednesday evening to discuss Berkeley Police Department’s delay in releasing data regarding stop reasons and the use of force.
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The Police Review Commission gathered for a special meeting Wednesday evening to discuss Berkeley Police Department’s delay in releasing data regarding stop reasons and the use of force.
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When Andrew Greenwood was young, he used to come to the UC Theatre to watch the Rocky Horror Picture Show. On Thursday, the 100th anniversary of the theater, he stood in front of a crowd of community members as he was sworn in as Berkeley Police Department’s permanent chief.
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When Andrew Greenwood was young, he used to come to the UC Theatre to watch the Rocky Horror Picture Show. On Thursday, the 100th anniversary of the theater, he stood in front of a crowd of community members as he was sworn in as Berkeley Police Department’s permanent chief.
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Berkeley City Councilmembers Cheryl Davila and Kate Harrison hosted a community forum Monday to discuss the issue of law enforcement militarization and Berkeley Police Department’s use of Urban Shield.
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Berkeley City Councilmembers Cheryl Davila and Kate Harrison hosted a community forum Monday to discuss the issue of law enforcement militarization and Berkeley Police Department’s use of Urban Shield.
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The Police Review Commission discussed body-worn cameras and public recording policies for the Berkeley Police Department on Wednesday night.
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The Police Review Commission discussed body-worn cameras and public recording policies for the Berkeley Police Department on Wednesday night.
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Andrew Greenwood once dreamed of creating films just like his favorite movie, “Seven Samurai.” Instead, he found himself in a position he had never anticipated: Berkeley’s chief of police.
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Andrew Greenwood once dreamed of creating films just like his favorite movie, “Seven Samurai.” Instead, he found himself in a position he had never anticipated: Berkeley’s chief of police.
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