San Jose Police Prep For Super Bowl 50 Security DetailSpecial operations officers from the San Jose Police Department were going through a last round of intensive training Thursday in preparation for doing their part to keep Super Bowl 50 and its many related events secure.
Illegal Strip Clubs Once Again A Problem In San Jose The San Jose Police Department is once again moving to stamp down illegal strip clubs, saying the establishments are magnets for more serious crimes.
Tracy Selects San Jose Police Chief To Lead DepartmentSan Jose’s police chief has been selected to lead the Tracy Police Department in San Joaquin County where he’ll start serving next year.
San Jose To Study License Plate Readers On Garbage TrucksThe plan proposed by Mayor Sam Liccardo and councilmen Johnny Khamis and Raul Peralez would help the city’s Police Department track down stolen vehicles and warrants.
San Jose Police Union Accuses City Of Going Back On Pension Reform DealSan Jose city officials are trying to renege on a tentative settlement with the San Jose Police Officers’ Association on a pension reform measure, a union spokesman alleged Wednesday.
San Jose Police Begin Testing Body CamerasSan Jose police will begin testing body-worn cameras in the field.
San Jose Police Body Cameras Already Under Scrutiny Before TestingAfter years of false starts and foot-dragging, San Jose Police will begin field testing body cameras Monday, a reform that watchdog groups had long hoped would provide greater accountability and oversight of the city's officers.
San Jose Police Ask Public's Help In Locating 2 Young Boys Who May Have Run Away Together San Jose police are asking the public for assistance in locating two young boys that may have run away together. According to the 11 and 12 year old's friends, they may be headed to San Francisco.
Copper Wire Stolen From San Jose Police Activities League FieldPolice in San Jose are finding themselves the victims of a crime, after someone stole copper wire at the Police Activities League’s baseball field.
Witnesses To San Jose Arrest Caught On Video File Complaints; Police Defend Use Of ForceAfter video of a violent arrest in San Jose last weekend went viral, police in San Jose admitted the video is tough to watch, but defended the use of force on the suspect.
VIDEO: San Jose Police Use Of Force Questioned After Violent Arrest Caught On CameraThe San Jose Police Department's internal affairs division is investigating what some citizens described as "police brutality" in a three-minute, one second video that has already been viewed nearly 100,000 times, and is being watched more than 20,000 times an hour Monday night.
San Jose Looks At Testing Body Cameras For PoliceSan Jose police could soon be testing body worn cameras again after two previous roll outs never got beyond the pilot stage.