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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 17, 2023

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At its regular meeting Nov. 8, the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, was confronted with questions concerning the extent of their authority under the City Charter following a policy complaint about an allegedly racist and physically violent off-duty police officer.
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At its regular meeting Nov. 8, the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, was confronted with questions concerning the extent of their authority under the City Charter following a policy complaint about an allegedly racist and physically violent off-duty police officer.
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UC Berkeley Law Student Joshua Cayetano was officially inducted to the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, on Tuesday after being appointed in May.
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UC Berkeley Law Student Joshua Cayetano was officially inducted to the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, on Tuesday after being appointed in May.
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In efforts to eliminate fatal and severe traffic collisions by 2028, the Berkeley Police Department implemented a three-prong approach known as Vision Zero, focusing on typical causes of collisions and concerns about driving conditions.
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In efforts to eliminate fatal and severe traffic collisions by 2028, the Berkeley Police Department implemented a three-prong approach known as Vision Zero, focusing on typical causes of collisions and concerns about driving conditions.
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The impending launch of UC Berkeley’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, will mark the first time in recent history that misconduct allegations will be processed outside of the UCPD.
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The impending launch of UC Berkeley’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, will mark the first time in recent history that misconduct allegations will be processed outside of the UCPD.
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In the fall semester, campus will launch a Police Accountability Board. The PAB will review investigation reports of police misconduct against UCPD officers. The board will also be responsible for providing input and making recommendations to the UCPD chief. 
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In the fall semester, campus will launch a Police Accountability Board. The PAB will review investigation reports of police misconduct against UCPD officers. The board will also be responsible for providing input and making recommendations to the UCPD chief. 
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Conversations around police brutality and its impact on marginalized communities have been occurring in Berkeley for a while, but the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis in 2020 sparked more conversation regarding police brutality and its impact on marginalized communities.
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Conversations around police brutality and its impact on marginalized communities have been occurring in Berkeley for a while, but the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis in 2020 sparked more conversation regarding police brutality and its impact on marginalized communities.
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Following the conclusion of the independent investigation looking into allegations of misconduct and racist text messages by the Berkeley Police Department Bike Unit, the Berkeley Police Accountability Board expressed frustration with the lack of transparency surrounding the findings.
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Following the conclusion of the independent investigation looking into allegations of misconduct and racist text messages by the Berkeley Police Department Bike Unit, the Berkeley Police Accountability Board expressed frustration with the lack of transparency surrounding the findings.
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The Police Accountability Board, or PAB, swore in a member and addressed subcommittee rearrangements during its regular meeting Wednesday.
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The Police Accountability Board, or PAB, swore in a member and addressed subcommittee rearrangements during its regular meeting Wednesday.
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Berkeley police stop data from October 2022 to April 2023 revealed that Black and Hispanic/Latine residents were stopped at disproportionate rates compared to white residents.
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Berkeley police stop data from October 2022 to April 2023 revealed that Black and Hispanic/Latine residents were stopped at disproportionate rates compared to white residents.
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