San Francisco DA's Office: No Charges Filed In Two Officer-Involved ShootingsThe San Francisco District Attorney's Office on Thursday declined to file charges against officers involved in two separate police shootings that happened earlier this year.
California Senate Votes to Require State Review of All Deadly Police ShootingsThe California Senate voted Sunday to require the state's top prosecutor to investigate all police shootings that kill an unarmed civilian, advancing one of the highest profile reforms introduced this year in response to the killing of George Floyd.
Vallejo Police Investigating Claim That Officers Bent Badges To Mark KillingsUnder scrutiny after several fatal police shootings, the Vallejo chief of police said he is opening an inquiry into allegations that officers bent their badges to mark on-duty killings.
Family of Oakland Man Killed by CHP Officers Announces Wrongful Death LawsuitOn what would have been Erik Salgado's 24th birthday, his Oakland family and their attorney announced they are filing a wrongful-death lawsuit for a June 6 CHP police shooting that killed Salgado and wounded his pregnant girlfriend.
Update: Knightsen Standoff Ends With Contra Costa Deputies Shot, Suspect DeadTwo sheriff's deputies were shot late Thursday night and a suspect was killed in a shooting in the community of Knightsen, near Brentwood in Contra Costa County.
Family Demands Justice for Black Man Shot Dead by Police at San Leandro WalmartSteven Taylor was shot and killed by police two months ago at a San Leandro Walmart and his family says his death was murder and they're demanding that charges be filed against the officers involved.
Vallejo City Council Approves Agreement With State DOJ To Reform Police DepartmentThe Vallejo City Council approved an agreement with the state Department of Justice to collaboratively reform the Vallejo Police Department's policies and practices.
Vallejo Police Association Backs Officer Involved in Fatal Shooting of Unarmed ManThe Vallejo Police Officer's Association is backing the officer involved in the shooting death earlier this week of 22-year-old Sean Monterrosa outside a Walgreens store.
Sacramento DA: No Charges For Police Who Fatally Shot Stephon ClarkSacramento District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert said there will be no charges against two police officers in last year’s fatal shooting of Stephon Clark, a 22-year-old, unarmed black man who was shot after he ran from them into his grandparents' backyard.
Family of Man Slain by Hayward Police Calls for Better Officer TrainingThe family of a man who was shot and killed by Hayward police in November is demanding new training for officers.
San Francisco Police Credit De-Escalation Training For Fewer Use-Of-Force IncidentsThe frightening scenarios are based on real events with the goal of giving San Francisco police officers the skill set to defuse potentially deadly confrontations on the city's streets.
Pittsburg Police Release Body Cam Video Of Fatal Officer-Involved ShootingPolice in Pittsburg on Friday released officer body camera footage of SWAT team standoff with a 37-year-old man after he held his family at gunpoint and fired on officers Monday night, ending with officers fatally shooting the suspect.
California Advances Biggest US Change To Police Use Of ForceCalifornia would lead the U.S. in significantly changing the standard for when police can fire their weapons under legislation that cleared its first hurdle Tuesday.
Pittsburg Police Fatally Shoot Antioch Man Who Allegedly Reached for GunPittsburg police Friday night shot to death a 43-year-old Antioch man outside a restaurant as he allegedly reached for a gun.
Use Of Force Incidents On Decline For San Francisco PoliceSan Francisco police say use of force incidents involving officers were down in the first quarter of this year as compared to the same period last year.