Damning Report of OPD 

Despite the city's claims of reform, the Frazier Report details the Oakland police department's culture of impunity and failure to change.

At a press conference held on the top floor of the Oakland Police Department's headquarters last Thursday, members of the media were given copies of the long-anticipated Frazier Report, an independent study commissioned by the city to investigate the organizational roots of…

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