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Occupy Oakland - 44 Police Officers Disciplined - 2 Fired


The Oakland police chief wants to discipline 44 officers over the Occupy protests….
Without naming names, the chief is recommending termination for two officers, one demotion, 15 suspensions, counseling and training for three officers and written reprimands for 23 others.

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Oakland Police Officers To Be Disciplined For Occupy Protest Incidents

OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan said Friday that he wants to discipline 44 of his officers for misconduct in their handling of… 915 more words


Oakland Police Reports Jump In Juvenile Crime

OAKLAND (KCBS) – The Oakland Police Department has seen a marked increase in the number of juveniles committing crimes this year.

More than 400 minors have been arrested for various crimes so far in 2012, including for armed robbery and burglary. 196 more words


Oakland Police Chief Wants More Officers On The Street

OAKLAND (KCBS) – Oakland’s top cop is looking to reorganize his department, after a new report shows violent crime is up in the city.

The latest 90 Day report shows that while crime is down in some areas, other Oakland neighborhoods have seen a spike of as much as 35 percent. 235 more words


OPD Chief Apologizes To Family Of Teen Shot And Killed By Police

OAKLAND (KCBS) — The family of a 18-year-old shot and killed by Oakland police this month after allegedly pointing a handgun at officers has not only sat down in a face-to-face meeting with Police Chief Howard Jordan, but has also received an apology. 303 more words


California School Shooter Has Local Ties To Virginia

OAKLAND, Ca. (CBSDC) – A former student of a private school in California who opened fire on former classmates Monday is reportedly from the state of Virginia. 293 more words

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Oakland's Police Chief Gives Himself Tough Grade As Violent Crime Rate Rises

OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan recently gave himself some low marks for job performance while still sounding an optimistic tone about the future safety of the streets of Oakland. 232 more words