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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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California’s Public Employment Relations Board issued a complaint to the city of Berkeley on Dec. 1 after reviewing the Berkeley Police Association’s allegations of unfair labor practices.
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California’s Public Employment Relations Board issued a complaint to the city of Berkeley on Dec. 1 after reviewing the Berkeley Police Association’s allegations of unfair labor practices.
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Berkeley’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, looked to the future in its final regular meeting of the year Wednesday, hearing updates on search consent policies and other important issues. 
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Berkeley’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, looked to the future in its final regular meeting of the year Wednesday, hearing updates on search consent policies and other important issues. 
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As Berkeley transitions away from the Police Review Commission, the city’s Police Accountability Board held its first meeting Wednesday.
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As Berkeley transitions away from the Police Review Commission, the city’s Police Accountability Board held its first meeting Wednesday.
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Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss the city’s 2022 fiscal year budget, police reform, housing assistance and funding for the arts. 
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Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss the city’s 2022 fiscal year budget, police reform, housing assistance and funding for the arts. 
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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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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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Amid the shelter-in-place order, the Berkeley City Council held its weekly meeting Tuesday over Zoom and unanimously approved a resolution to give voters an option to create a police accountability board and director of police accountability position with a ballot measure in November.
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Amid the shelter-in-place order, the Berkeley City Council held its weekly meeting Tuesday over Zoom and unanimously approved a resolution to give voters an option to create a police accountability board and director of police accountability position with a ballot measure in November.
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Berkeley City Council members will vote Tuesday on whether to place a City Charter amendment measure from the Police Review Commission on the Nov. 3 general municipal election ballot.
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Berkeley City Council members will vote Tuesday on whether to place a City Charter amendment measure from the Police Review Commission on the Nov. 3 general municipal election ballot.
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Thanksgiving Day is around the corner and UC Berkeley, the city of Berkeley and students are getting into the Thanksgiving spirit with food drives, dinners and other events focused on community and food.
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Thanksgiving Day is around the corner and UC Berkeley, the city of Berkeley and students are getting into the Thanksgiving spirit with food drives, dinners and other events focused on community and food.
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Efforts to restore some of the commission's original power have been ongoing, as city officials and local activists examine civilian oversight agencies in neighboring Bay Area jurisdictions to see which models might best suit Berkeley.
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Efforts to restore some of the commission's original power have been ongoing, as city officials and local activists examine civilian oversight agencies in neighboring Bay Area jurisdictions to see which models might best suit Berkeley.
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The documents released this week about Kayla Moore’s death in 2013 merely reminded Berkeley community members — once again — of the complete lack of power that police oversight commissions have.
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The documents released this week about Kayla Moore’s death in 2013 merely reminded Berkeley community members — once again — of the complete lack of power that police oversight commissions have.
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