Federal Takeover of Oakland Police Urged

A historic fight over whether Oakland can reform its own police force began in earnest when civil rights attorneys asked a federal judge to take the unprecedented step of appointing a receiver to ensure the changes are made.
October 5, 2012

A historic fight over whether Oakland can reform its own police force began in earnest when civil rights attorneys asked a federal judge to take the unprecedented step of appointing a receiver to ensure the changes are made.

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