BART officials face pushback by privacy and civil rights group after proposing new security measures in response to crime at stations, including the death of Nia Wilson this past summer.
Oakland is set to become a model city after passing one of the nation's first cell-site simulator policies.
Oakland's Privacy Advisory Commission inches closer to passing the city's first policy on cell site simulators.
The 10th annual Urban Shield training and equipment expo sparks a major debate about the militarization of first responders in Oakland.
With rising demands for more accountability, Oakland's IT Department is building tools to make police investigations run more efficiently with the help of citizens.
On Tuesday, Alameda County became the first county in California to implement new regulations on controversial spying devices used by police.
New BART Watch app allows patrons to report disturbances, crimes in progress, vandalism and panhandling.
The Oakland community filled City Hall last week to speak out against the Domain Awareness Center, a surveillance center that has been a source of controversy since July.
Dozens of residents packed the Oakland City Council meeting to protest the planned Domain Awareness Center (DAC).