Oakland Police Officers’ Association

Oakland Cop Who Fired Tear Gas Canister At Occupy Protesters Will Return To JobThe Oakland police officer who was fired three years ago for firing a tear gas canister into a crowd at an Occupy Oakland protest will return to work.
Oakland Police Department Survey Says Low Morale Plagues Force An internal survey at the Oakland Police Department finds officers on the force are feeling stressed out and unappreciated, but the results have yet to be discussed internally within the department.
Oakland Police Union Slams Department Leadership In Letter To JudgeOakland’s police union is criticizing the department’s leadership, as a judge gets ready to decide whether to hand control of the force to federal authorities.
AT&T Denies Cell Phone Towers Interfere With Oakland Police RadiosProblems with the Oakland police radio system over the past year were not caused by interference from AT&T cell phone towers, according to the company.
Oakland Police Radio Towers Lacking Security, ControlsOakland's problem-plagued public safety radio system has another potential flaw that could put police and citizens at even more risk.
Occupy Oakland Protesters Warned To Clear Out ImmediatelyOakland police served anti-Wall Street protesters with written notice that they must disband their camp immediately Friday night.
Problems Persist With Oakland's Police Radio System The city of Oakland's new police radio system is still not working properly, two months after being installed, and the president of the Oakland Police Officers Association (POA) is worried public safety will be compromised until the radios are fixed.
Pension Costs Remain A Major Hurdle For Oakland OfficialsAs Oakland faces a budget deficit of more than $40 million, city officials are also struggling with rising pension costs.
Ballot Box Scramble To Save Oakland Police JobsWaning support for a hefty parcel tax meant to fund dozens of police jobs has the Oakland Police Officers’ Association campaigning for two alternative ballot measures.