A powerful union leader violated agency policies by failing to report hate speech—and the former undersheriff leapt to his defense.
Hunger strikes, an in-custody death and the new politics of criminal justice define the race for Santa Clara County sheriff.
In the recently launched SV411 Podcast, we speak with San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia about police shootings and mental illness.
Prompted by outrage over violent incidents involving officers, the county adopted a plan to equip sheriff’s deputies and jailers with body cameras.
San Jose’s mayor and two council members told the public that they will seek greater civilian oversight of local law enforcement
Silicon Valley FACES, a South Bay nonprofit dedicated to ending bigotry and violence, will host a forum about the Black Lives Matter movement.
In an exclusive interview, SJPD Chief Eddie Garcia speaks out on gun control laws, Black Lives Matter and how to create a safer society.
Oscar Grant’s uncle says that before San Jose’s police union makes demands of Black Lives Matter, it should hold its own officers accountable.
Polling done after two mass shootings shows that the American public and police have drastically different views on gun control. Why is that?
San Jose’s police union suggests that Black Lives Matter is an illegitimate cause. But a close look at the statement shows that police miss the point.