Oakland Police Radios
Police officers in Oakland are now in line for an upgrade on police radios that they said are unreliable.
The Oakland City Council’s finance committee voted Tuesday to hold off on a decision regarding a new request from the City Administrator’s office for $3 million meant to fix some areas affecting Oakland’s troubled police radio system.
Oakland’s problem-plagued public safety radio system has another potential flaw that could put police and citizens at even more risk.
Dual investigations by the City of Oakland and the Federal Communication Commission have determined AT&T cellphone towers are responsible for the interference plaguing the Oakland Police radio system.