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This is a video of recent police interactions with protesters so I'm concerned.

Trigger warning I had nightmares for two weeks after this came out.

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Several incidents of police assaulting people in these livestreams. I'm angry at them so I'm giving you all of their contact numbers:

The department's goal is to develop and enhance the relationships (partnerships) with our community. If you are calling to report a crime in progress, dial 9-1-1.  For all non-emergencies; reporting suspicious activity or making an initial report, please call our non-emergency number at
(510) 981-5900.

For more specific reports or information, please take a look at our phone list below to call the appropriate division.  

981-5900
To report an abandoned vehicle     

981-5741
Homicide

981-5750
To obtain a copy of a police report

981-5725
To make an appointment to pick up property

981-5766
To make an appointment for Livescan

981-5808
To schedule a Presentation for your class, youth or adult group

981-5805
For information on Neighborhood Watch

981-5990
To leave a message for an officer (24-hr voicemail)  

981-4755
To reach the Warrant Officer/Clerk

981-5890
Parking Enforcement

981-5742
Robbery (not for initial reports) call 981-5900  

981-5737
Property Crimes (not for initial reports) call 981-5900

981-5980
Traffic Bureau (General Number)


1:34 AM PT: 911 is refusing to send an ambulance to treat injured protesters.

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  •  How to waste $100M dollars, by big city mayors. (2+ / 0-)

    How does this add up to $100M, let me count the ways.

    Jean Quan said the first fiasco in Oakland cost close to a million dollars, and the there was a 2nd eviction, then a third at 19th and Telegraph.

    Denver cops chose to evict their Occupiers 4 or 5 times. There were at least 2 large-scale evictions in Boston, 2 in Portland, two attempted and one successful in NYC. A large scale eviction in LA, one in Seattle. Let's make a conservative estimate based on what Jean Quan said and say each large scale raid costs $300,000. 3 plus 5 plus 2 plus 2 plus 2  plus 1 plus 1 times $300k, that's $4.8 mil just for the cities mentioned. Not to mention other large scale evictions I forgot about right now.

    There was a raid in Berkeley where that girl in the first video in the diary was beaten, now they're doing it again. How much did that cost taxpayers and college students? How much did the Pepper Spray Cop fiasco cost us?

    Repeated smaller scale daily evictions in Fresno and Sacramento that didn't get much press, repeated evictions in Atlanta and Nashville and Orlando and St Louis and Des Moines and so many others. And the raids really accomplished nothing, the Occupiers still keep coming back.

    One-time evictions in Cleveland and Youngstown and Salt Lake City, and those cities are still Occupied. Add all the beefed-up police presence we didn't ask for, and court and jail costs, and all the other police raids that are too numerous to count, it's gotta be $100 million dollars.

    Jesus. $100 Million Dollars. What could we have done with that instead of pepper spraying old ladies and beating up college girls? How many struggling families could that put back in their homes?

    "I read this- Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. I read every last word of this garbage, and because of this piece of $#!^ I'm never reading again!"-Officer Barbrady

    by Broke And Unemployed on Thu Dec 22, 2011 at 06:19:42 AM PST

  •  Rec this and all videos up folk; the cameras are (3+ / 0-)

    our defenders.

    Politics is the entertainment branch of industry. -Frank Zappa

    by TheGrandWazoo on Thu Dec 22, 2011 at 06:48:41 AM PST

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