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File #: 15-0622    Version: 1 Name: City Attorney Accountability In Police Discipline Cases
Type: Informational Report Status: Failed
File created: 2/4/2016 In control: *Public Safety Committee
On agenda: 4/12/2016 Final action:
Title: Subject: City Attorney Accountability In Police Discipline Cases From: Councilmember Desley Brooks Recommendationon: Receive An Informational Report And Overview, Monthly, From The Office Of The City Attorney To The Public Safety Committee Regarding Oakland Police Department's Arbitration Process. Said Report Shall Include: 1) A List Of Pending Arbitration; All Completed Arbitration- With Date Of Arbitration, Discipline Requested By The City, Discipline Ultimately Imposed By The Arbitrator, And An Analysis Of Any Proposed Changes Which Might Impact The Outcome Of Said Arbitration; And 2) Oakland Police Department And The Office Of The City Attorney Shall Provide Monthly A Comprehensive List Of Any Outdated OPD Or City Rules And/Or Policies That May Undermine The Disciplinary Process, A Timeline For Proposed Amendments To Each Rule And/Or Policy, And Upon Completion Of Said Amendment Presentation To The Public Safety Committee; And 3) The City Attorney Shall Provide A Monthly Status R...
Sponsors: Desley Brooks
Attachments: 1. View Report, 2. View Supplemental Report

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Subject:                     City Attorney Accountability In Police Discipline Cases

From:                                          Councilmember Desley Brooks

Recommendationon:  Receive An Informational Report And Overview, Monthly, From The Office Of The City Attorney To The Public Safety Committee Regarding Oakland Police Department's Arbitration Process. Said Report Shall Include: 1) A List Of Pending Arbitration; All Completed Arbitration- With Date Of Arbitration, Discipline Requested By The City, Discipline Ultimately Imposed By The Arbitrator, And An Analysis Of Any Proposed Changes Which Might Impact The Outcome Of Said Arbitration; And 2) Oakland Police Department And The Office Of The City Attorney Shall Provide Monthly A Comprehensive List Of Any Outdated OPD Or City Rules And/Or Policies That May Undermine The Disciplinary Process, A Timeline For Proposed Amendments To Each Rule And/Or Policy, And Upon Completion Of Said Amendment Presentation To The Public Safety Committee; And 3) The City Attorney Shall Provide A Monthly Status Report On The Updating Of OPD's Policy Manual And Identify Any Meet And Confer Requirements For The Same; And 4) The Office Of The City Attorney Shall Establish A Quarterly Training Module For All Internal Affairs Division And Skelly Hearing Officers.