Man Fatally Shot by Vallejo Police Officer Remembered at Rally in San FranciscoOne year after a Vallejo police officer shot and killed Sean Monterrosa, family and supporters rallied outside San Francisco City Hall to demand justice and police reform.
Berkeley Police Release Video of Officer-Involved Shooting of Robbery SuspectBerkeley police released video Friday of an officer-involved shooting involving a chain-wielding robbery suspect fleeing a Walgreens store early last month.
Vallejo Chief Turns to Outside Investigators to Determine If Officers Bent Badges to Mark KillingsVallejo police chief Shawny Williams said he has asked for an investigation by an outside third party after two people in the department said officers had their badges bent to mark on-duty killings.
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.
Man Wounded in East Bay BART Shooting on Saturday Expected to SurviveA man who was shot by police at the El Cerrito del Norte BART station on Saturday afternoon is expected to survive, authorities said Sunday.
California Activists Organize Response To Police ShootingsThe Justice Teams Network includes Black Lives Matter Sacramento and Los Angeles, the Anti Police-Terror Project in Oakland and the Law Enforcement Accountability Network in Anaheim.
Some Bay Area Police Chiefs Protest Restrictions On Use Of Lethal ForceSome Bay Area police chiefs joined together to push back against legislation that aims to restrict when officers can use lethal force.
Police Misconduct Records To Be Made Public Under California BillA state senator has introduced legislation to make certain personnel records for police officers involved in shootings, sexual assault and various forms of misconduct available to the public - which is currently prohibited by law.
Demonstrations Commemorate Anniversary of SF Police Shooting Death of Mario WoodsA group of more than a dozen protesters demonstrated Friday afternoon on the one-year anniversary of the fatal police shooting of Mario Woods.
San Francisco To Hold First Public Meetings For Input On New Police ChiefThe San Francisco Police Commission will hold a series of public meetings starting Monday night to gather community input on the selection of the city's next police chief.
Exclusive: Acting SFPD Chief Not Surprised By Racist Death ThreatSpeaking for the first time since a man was arrested for tweeting threats against him, San Francisco's acting police chief on Wednesday told KPIX 5 he isn't surprised that someone wants him dead.
Blue-Ribbon Panel Finds SFPD Policies Lack Transparency, AccountabilityPreliminary findings from a blue-ribbon panel reviewing police practices and policies suggest the San Francisco Police Department lacks transparency and accountability in many areas.
Police Identify SFPD Officers Who Shot Homeless ManSan Francisco police have identified two officers involved in the fatal shooting of a homeless man who they say charged at them with a knife.
Activist Groups Join Forces To Protest Fatal San Francisco Police ShootingsThree activist groups formed after three separate fatal shootings by San Francisco police joined forces Friday, more than a week after a federal civil jury cleared four officers charged with fatally shooting Alex Nieto in 2014.
Man Fatally Shot By Oakland Police Not Involved In SideshowsA man with a pellet gun who was shot and killed after he approached Oakland police officers was not involved in the many large sideshows nearby, Oakland Police Chief Sean Whent said Monday.