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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Katherine Lee, interim director of the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, retired Friday after 32 years of service to the city of Berkeley.
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Katherine Lee, interim director of the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, retired Friday after 32 years of service to the city of Berkeley.
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During Wednesday’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, meeting, concerns were raised by board members that the PAB was allegedly lied to by the Berkeley chief of police and that the deputy city manager allegedly marginalized the board.
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During Wednesday’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, meeting, concerns were raised by board members that the PAB was allegedly lied to by the Berkeley chief of police and that the deputy city manager allegedly marginalized the board.
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The Berkeley Police Accountability Board, or PAB, met Wednesday to review materials being used to recruit the permanent director of police accountability and the police accountability investigator for the PAB.
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The Berkeley Police Accountability Board, or PAB, met Wednesday to review materials being used to recruit the permanent director of police accountability and the police accountability investigator for the PAB.
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A city audit published Thursday outlined Berkeley Police Department’s use of overtime, increased work with outside entities and its impacts on the department’s budget. 
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A city audit published Thursday outlined Berkeley Police Department’s use of overtime, increased work with outside entities and its impacts on the department’s budget. 
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The Berkeley Police Accountability Board, or PAB, heard two sexual incident cases, continued conversations of privacy concerns and introduced hiring efforts at its regular Wednesday meeting. 
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The Berkeley Police Accountability Board, or PAB, heard two sexual incident cases, continued conversations of privacy concerns and introduced hiring efforts at its regular Wednesday meeting. 
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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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On Saturday, Berkeley’s Police Review Commission, or PRC, held a special meeting to discuss the transition to a new oversight committee, the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, for which applications are now open.
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On Saturday, Berkeley’s Police Review Commission, or PRC, held a special meeting to discuss the transition to a new oversight committee, the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, for which applications are now open.
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At its meeting Wednesday, the Berkeley Police Review Commission, or PRC, revised requirements for controlled equipment reports and elected outreach committee members and commission chairs.
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At its meeting Wednesday, the Berkeley Police Review Commission, or PRC, revised requirements for controlled equipment reports and elected outreach committee members and commission chairs.
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In its first meeting of the year Wednesday, the Berkeley Police Review Commission, or PRC, discussed upcoming changes to law enforcement oversight in 2021, including its transition to the Police Accountability Board, or PAB.
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In its first meeting of the year Wednesday, the Berkeley Police Review Commission, or PRC, discussed upcoming changes to law enforcement oversight in 2021, including its transition to the Police Accountability Board, or PAB.
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After almost 10 hours of discussion, Berkeley City Council approved a revised version of the Berkeley Police Department’s use-of-force policy, among other items, at its Thursday meeting.
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After almost 10 hours of discussion, Berkeley City Council approved a revised version of the Berkeley Police Department’s use-of-force policy, among other items, at its Thursday meeting.
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