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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Organizers and demonstrators with Berkeley Copwatch and the Defend People’s Park Movement gathered Wednesday for a rally, march and barbeque at People’s Park to protest UC development on the land. 
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Organizers and demonstrators with Berkeley Copwatch and the Defend People’s Park Movement gathered Wednesday for a rally, march and barbeque at People’s Park to protest UC development on the land. 
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The Berkeley City Council is considering authorizing the Berkeley Police Department’s request to hire 25 additional police officers and add 7 dispatch positions due to understaffing concerns, according to a special City Council meeting held Oct. 19. 
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The Berkeley City Council is considering authorizing the Berkeley Police Department’s request to hire 25 additional police officers and add 7 dispatch positions due to understaffing concerns, according to a special City Council meeting held Oct. 19. 
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Protestors arrived at Berkeley Copwatch's “Housing is a Human Right” march Aug. 12 to speak out against the treatment of unhoused residents in the city.
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Protestors arrived at Berkeley Copwatch's “Housing is a Human Right” march Aug. 12 to speak out against the treatment of unhoused residents in the city.
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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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Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, announced in a press release June 1 that officers will be allowed to wear queer pride pins — a decision made in “commitment to, and support of,” the LGBTQ+ community.
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Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, announced in a press release June 1 that officers will be allowed to wear queer pride pins — a decision made in “commitment to, and support of,” the LGBTQ+ community.
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A coalition of community groups assembled on the steps of Berkeley City Hall on Wednesday to express disappointment toward the proposed city budget.
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A coalition of community groups assembled on the steps of Berkeley City Hall on Wednesday to express disappointment toward the proposed city budget.
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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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The Berkeley city auditor’s office released an audit of the city’s police department focusing on racial disparities in stops and response times to incidents involving mentally ill or unhoused individuals Thursday.
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The Berkeley city auditor’s office released an audit of the city’s police department focusing on racial disparities in stops and response times to incidents involving mentally ill or unhoused individuals Thursday.
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“We who believe in freedom cannot rest.” The words rang out as a chorus of more than 100 community members gathered on the birthday of a Black transgender woman who died in police custody in Berkeley eight years ago.
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“We who believe in freedom cannot rest.” The words rang out as a chorus of more than 100 community members gathered on the birthday of a Black transgender woman who died in police custody in Berkeley eight years ago.
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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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