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Occupy Oakland Public Reports
The Oakland Police Department is dedicated to policing in a manner that is both constitutional and ethical. During the Occupy Oakland operations, our goal was to facilitate free speech and peaceful demonstrations.
This web page has been created to share media recordings (audio and visual) of events as they happened. These videos have been fully reviewed prior to their release. The videos contained below are not part of any ongoing investigations. Please note: Some videos/audios may contain offensive language and/or gestures. They have not been censored.
The dispatch printouts ("CAD purges") available here provide another way to understand what was going on during the Occupy Oakland operations of October and November, 2011. The printouts are transcriptions of police radio communications and calls received.
To protect privacy, personal information (license plates, addresses, non-police phone numbers, etc.) has been redacted from the printouts.
Occupy Oakland October 25 - 26, 2011
General Strike November 2 - 3, 2011
November 14, 2011
Some planning documents for the Occupy Oakland Operations have been redacted. Please note that within the Staffing Detail, staff members’ personal telephone numbers have been redacted pursuant to Government Code 6254(c), and the identities of undercover officers have been redacted pursuant to Government Code 6255. For the Operations Plans and Briefings, records of security and tactical procedures have been redacted pursuant to California Government Code 6254(f).
November 19, 2011 Ops Plan
During the Occupy Oakland operations, mutal aid assistance was provided by local law enforcement agencies from the local cities, local county Sheriffs' Departments, the California Highway Patrol, and the University of California Police Department. This section provides access to mutual aid agreement documents as well as material concerning the mutual aid provided on October 25 and November 2 - 3, 2011. Please note that phone numbers of mutual aid officers have been redacted pursuant to California Government Code section 6254(c). For an overview of the concept of law enforcement mutual aid, see the California Emergency Management Agency Law Enforcement Mutual Aid Plan, 2009 Edition.
Mutual Aid Agreements
- California Disaster and Civil Defense Master Mutual Aid Agreement, 1950
- DGO L-3, Assistance to Outside Jurisdictions and Mutual Aid
- Agreement for Participation in Alameda County Operational Area Emergency Management Organization, 2005
- Amendment to the Agreement for Participation in Alameda County Operational Area Emergency Management Organization, 2010
Mutual Aid Requests/Responses
October 25, 2011
November 2, 2011