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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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At a meeting of the Police Review Commission on Wednesday, motions were passed to request information regarding the nature of body-worn cameras and iPhones that will be utilized by police officers in the coming weeks as well as inventory records from before and after the Aug. 5 riots.
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At a meeting of the Police Review Commission on Wednesday, motions were passed to request information regarding the nature of body-worn cameras and iPhones that will be utilized by police officers in the coming weeks as well as inventory records from before and after the Aug. 5 riots.
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At its first meeting since July, the city’s Police Review Commission convened Wednesday night to deliberate the status of Berkeley Police Department’s mutual aid agreements and hear a report from the chief of police on crime data and department staffing.
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At its first meeting since July, the city’s Police Review Commission convened Wednesday night to deliberate the status of Berkeley Police Department’s mutual aid agreements and hear a report from the chief of police on crime data and department staffing.
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A 7-year-old boy on his bicycle was hit by an SUV on Monday afternoon near Bancroft Way and Acton Street and sustained serious injuries, although police said his condition was stable as of 10:45 p.m.
A 7-year-old boy on his bicycle was hit by an SUV on Monday afternoon near Bancroft Way and Acton Street and sustained serious injuries, although police said his condition was stable as of 10:45 p.m.
In its report, Berkeley Copwatch highlighted allegations of police misconduct and a dearth of mental crisis services that they said influenced the death of Moore, who had a history of mental health issues. About 50 people, in addition to six commissioners and four Berkeley police officers, attended the meeting.
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In its report, Berkeley Copwatch highlighted allegations of police misconduct and a dearth of mental crisis services that they said influenced the death of Moore, who had a history of mental health issues. About 50 people, in addition to six commissioners and four Berkeley police officers, attended the meeting.
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