November 13, 2019 Informational Report written by the Oakland Police Department regarding the Department's progress under the Negotiated Settlement Agreement.
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Oakland Police Department - Negotiated Settlement Agreement (NSA)
Reports, data, and other documents requested by the Reimagining Public Safety Task Force regarding the City of Oakland's Negotiated Settlement Agreement (NSA) are uploaded to this webpage. The NSA dates from January 22, 2003, when the City of Oakland and the Oakland Police Department entered into an agreement resolving allegations of police misconduct raised by private plaintiffs in the civil lawsuit, Delphine Allen, et al., v. City of Oakland, et al. The NSA requires police reforms in several areas, including internal affairs, supervision of officers, police use of force, training, personnel practices, and community policing.
Additional reports and information regarding the NSA and Office of Inspector General can be viewed here: https://www.oaklandca.gov/reso...
December 3, 2019 presentation by Oakland Police Department to the Public Safety Committee regarding the implementation status of the fifty-one tasks required under the Negotiated Settlement Agreement.
This report describes the status and requirements of tasks mandated under the Negotiated Settlement Agreement that are currently partially-compliant or out-of-compliance.