SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The federal judge overseeing reform efforts for the Oakland Police Department plans to retire this year after a storied law career dating back to the civil rights movement of the 1960s, including a 37-year tenure as a federal judge in San Francisco. 914 more words
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OAKLAND (CBS / AP) — The troubled Oakland Police Department on Wednesday hired its first female leader, who is tasked with restoring confidence in an agency that cycled through three chiefs in as many weeks this summer after several officers were… 715 more words
OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Protests over the presidential election are leading to more scrutiny of the Oakland Police Department and how it handles crowd control. 301 more words
OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Contra Costa County prosecutors on Wednesday charged a retired Oakland police captain with a misdemeanor for his alleged role in the Bay Area’s widespread police sexual exploitation scandal involving a teen girl. 268 more words
OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Police are investigating a shooting in downtown Oakland early Saturday morning that injured eight people, including two suspects.
Oakland police say both male suspects, ages 17 and 21, are in stable condition. 145 more words
OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A fourth Oakland police officer has been criminally charged in connection with a sprawling police sexual exploitation scandal that has been growing over the last year, according to the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office. 632 more words