Community Safety and Police Accountability
The Campaign for Community Safety and Police Accountability (CCSPA) works to challenge the racism inherent in the city of Oakland’s policing practices and fights to hold officers accountable to the community they serve by documenting and validating incidents of police misconduct and organizing community members to advocate for more responsive and accountable police practices.
---new article---PUEBLO Hosts new CPRB Director
On August 25th, at Humanist Hall, PUEBLO hosted a 'meet and greet' for Anthony Finnell, the newly hired Executive Director of Oakland's Citizens' Police Review Board (CPRB). He discussed background and his vision for how Oakland can better hold police accountable for their conduct and remain in compliance with the standards of the Negotiated Settlement Agreement that require constitutional policing.
OYPB Offering Know Your Rights Workshops
In late April, PUEBLO’s Oakland Youth Policy Builders kicked off our series of Know Your Rights Workshops at Merritt College,
Oakland Needs Effective Police Oversight!
It's time to create an effective means to hold the Oakland Police Department accountablefor performance delivery and to lessen the outrageous amounts of money in pay outs for police misconduct that robs Oakland of vital resources needed for services.
Rashidah at Forum on police community relations
On February 22nd, Rashidah was invited to participate in a forum on police community relations hosted by the Oakland Black Officer's Association, Children's Defense Fund, and the Brotherhood of Elders Network, convened by David Muhammad and attended by many prominent civic leaders.
The discussion ranged from topics like Cease Fire to community policing and recruitment and retention. Many speakers related their own personal experiences growing up in Oakland with the police and the problem of perception about police in many flatland neighborhoods.
About Community Safety and Police Accountability
Advocating for more responsive and accountable police practices.