When Oakland’s police force is accused of brutality, the answer often turns out to be that it is just not there.
But as we all know, the police are always there.
In fact, they are often there, they just have no real power to stop the violence or to stop crime in the first place.
The question is, are there real cops in Oakland today?
Let’s take a look.1.
The Oakland Police Department is a “bust-a-move” force.
The Oakland police department has no jurisdiction, jurisdiction, or authority over the city.
The city has no legal jurisdiction over it.
The Oakland Police department is, however, the law enforcement arm of the city, with the city paying the cost of enforcing the city’s criminal justice system.
In addition to the city getting paid by taxpayers, the city also gets reimbursed for police expenses such as uniforms and salaries.2.
The majority of Oakland residents don’t know the name of the police department.
Many of the citizens who live in Oakland don’t even know that the Oakland Police is an agency.
According to a study by the California Justice Policy Institute, just 13 percent of residents in Oakland have heard of the Oakland police.
According to a report by the American Civil Liberties Union, only 12 percent of the 1,400 people surveyed by the Oakland-based civil rights organization knew who the Oakland City Council was.3.
Oakland residents are not allowed to contact the police directly.
People who live near the Oakland area do not have the same protections that people in other major cities have.
According the ACLU report, if someone does try to call the Oakland city police, the officers will usually not answer their calls or leave a voicemail message.
The police department is the only department in Oakland that has a black cop.
As of 2013, the Oakland cops were the only one in the city that had a black officer.
The only other police department in the county is the Portola police department, which has an African American chief and a white officer.5.
The department has a record of serious misconduct.
Oakland police have been convicted of brutality and other misconduct, including killing someone.
The people of Oakland have been forced to live in fear for their safety.
In April 2013, after a shooting on the corner of Telegraph Avenue and Telegraph Avenue, Oakland police shot and killed 17-year-old Antonio Zambrano-Montes, a student at Oakland City College.
Seven months later, Oakland city council members held a meeting to discuss the deadly shooting of Anthony Smith.
The number of complaints filed against the Oakland PD is almost two times the national average.
Despite having fewer than a million residents, Oakland has one of the highest numbers of serious complaints filed with the Oakland Municipal Court, a federal agency that investigates police misconduct.8.
Oakland is the first city in the country to require police officers to wear body cameras.
There are more people who have been killed by Oakland police than there are people killed in the U.S. by police.
In the past three years, there have been 461 deaths of people who were allegedly unarmed.
In 2017 alone, the county had 2,919 deaths.10.
Since 2013, Oakland had the highest number of cases of homicide in the nation.
According To the Washington Post, since 2013, there has been a rise in homicides in Oakland, with homicides doubling from 2013 to 2017.
The rise in homicide is most likely the result of a surge in violence in the Oakland community.11.
According, the number of people in jail in Oakland has doubled over the past decade.
A recent report by California State University found that more than 80 percent of inmates in county jails are on parole, meaning they have served time.
Many inmates have served multiple years, which means that their sentences are extended.12.
Oakland has the highest percentage of incarcerated black people in the state.
Over one in three people in Oakland is black, and more than 20 percent of those people are on probation or parole.13.
More than 70 percent of people arrested in Oakland are African American.
Since 2011, Oakland is home to the largest percentage of people behind bars in the United States.
In 2012, Oakland received a “Safe City Award” from the United Nations.
In the past five years, the U