2019 Annual Stop Data Report Video
From YouTube Channel: October 9, 2020 at 02:37PM
ONN – Oakland Police Department 2019 Annual Stop Data Report Video
Oakland Police Department:
The Oakland Police Department is pleased to share the 2019 Report on Stop Data with our Oakland community. This report fulfills OPD’s yearly requirement to release the prior year’s Stop Data. OPD continues to be a leader in Stop Data collection and exceeds the requirements of California Assembly Bill 953. OPD is proud to be the only department in the State of California who collects Intel Led Stop Data, which requires officers to clearly explain if the stop being made is associated with any current criminal activity.
Our partnership with the Oakland community is critical to the success of OPD’s work to improve the quality of life in our City. Historically, OPD collected Stop Data and made it available to the public in an effort to be transparent. OPD’s commitment to identifying and addressing racial disparities in traffic enforcement has not waivered.
The data found in this report reflects our intentional efforts to practice fair and impartial policing. The significant reduction in traffic stops on our Black and Hispanic community members reflects your police department’s work on reducing the adverse impact law enforcement contacts can have on our under-represented community members.
OPD has long been a leader in the country collecting and analyzing Stop Data. Our efforts have focused on reducing the impact of disparity to our vulnerable communities through the use of this data. This use of collected data is one of our efforts to ensure the practice of fair and constitutional policing and the reduction of racial disparity in our enforcement efforts.
Please note that while OPD has routinely collected and analyzed more data than required by AB 953, the Bill created a need for us to change some of our past data collection methods. We will continue to produce, analyze, and share data with our community that reflects the focus of OPD’s work toward transparency and fairness.
Note from Zennie62Media and Oakland News Now: this video-blog post demonstrates the full and live operation of the latest updated version of an experimental Zennie62Media , Inc. mobile media video-blogging system network that was launched June 2018. This is a major part of Zennie62Media , Inc.’s new and innovative approach to the production of news media. What we call “The Third Wave of Media”. The uploaded video is from a YouTube channel. When the video is “liked” by Zennie62 YouTube, then it is automatically uploaded to and formatted automatically at the Oakland News Now site and Zennie62-created and owned social media pages. The overall objective here, on top of our is smartphone-enabled, real-time, on the scene reporting of news, interviews, observations, and happenings anywhere in the World and within seconds and not hours – is the use of the existing YouTube social graph on any subject in the World. Now, news is reported with a smartphone and also by promoting current content on YouTube: no heavy and expensive cameras or even a laptop are necessary, or having a camera crew to shoot what is already on YouTube. The secondary objective is faster, and very inexpensive media content news production and distribution. We have found there is a disconnect between post length and time to product and revenue generated. With this, the problem is far less, though by no means solved. Zennie62Media is constantly working to improve the system network coding and seeks interested content and media technology partners.
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