The Consent Decree Does Not Hamper Crime Fighting 

In fact, the Negotiated Settlement Agreement, if fully adopted by the Oakland Police Department, will reduce crime.

Residents of Oakland have expressed concern about the costs of the federal consent decree involving the Oakland Police Department, and argued that the decree diverts scarce resources from crime fighting. The costs are indeed high in terms of dollars and officer time…

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