Oakland Council Rejects Contract Extension with Stanford Researcher for Police Racial Profiling Project

The Oakland City Council's Public Safety Committee rejected a quarter-million-dollar contract extension with Stanford University researchers to assist the police department's implementation of a system designed to track and reduce racial profiling by officers.

The Coalition believes that the terms of the current contract have not been fulfilled and that no further payment should be made until all of the deliverables are completed.

Read the full article by Darwin Bond Graham of the East Bay Express below:


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