Comprehensive use-of-force legislation for California

Click to Watch - The Police Officers Research Association of California said they are joining the California Police Chiefs Association in announcing the introduction of a bill that presents a comprehensive package of changes to California’s use-of-force statutes, law enforcement agency policies, and training.

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Wells Fargo Bank Robbery Suspects Shoot at Pleasanton Police Officer

Police are asking for the public's help tracking down three or four men, one of whom they said fired shots at a Pleasanton Police Department officer.

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Why millions of people are getting hit with a surprise tax bill this year

Americans who are accustomed to receiving an income tax return tend to file their taxes early — often in late January or early February when all the paperwork becomes available — but this year many early filers are finding to their surprise that they actually owe money to the IRS.

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Police stepped up to help Oakland avoid fiscal crisis

Oakland city staff have warned for years of the financial cliff ahead due to mounting debt for underfunded employee retirement benefits, but city leaders have done very little about it.

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Thousands pay respects to fallen Davis officer Natalie Corona

A huge contingent of Oakland Police Officers attended the funeral of Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona. A sad day but, the law enforcement family showed great respect to our fallen colleague and her family with the turn out. God speed Officer Natalie Corona. R.I.P.

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Tweeters take offense at Oakland council member’s defense of parking space

New Oakland City Councilwoman Nikki Fortunato Bas got her first taste of public life the other day when she tweeted a picture of someone parked in her City Hall parking space.

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Officer Speaks Out About Subway Attack

The NYPD officer being praised for showing restraint in the way he handled a group of drunk vagrants coming after him on the subway speaks out.

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‘A good man.’ Newman officer Ronil Singh lived in Modesto, was a husband, father

Newman Police Officer Ronil Singh, who was shot and killed during a traffic stop early Wednesday morning, was 33 and had lived in northeast Modesto. He is survived by his wife, Anamika, and their 5-month-old son.

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Bombing suspect allegedly targeted cops during Nia Wilson march at Oakland BART station

OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- ABC7 News has learned that Oakland police have arrested a bombing suspect who is charged with targeting officers during a huge march in July to protest the fatal stabbing of Nia Wilson at a BART station.

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