The Police Brutality Coalition of Sonoma County has issued a press release regarding the dismissal of Community Advisory Council Chair, Alicia Roman, by the Director of the Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach, Jerry Threet.
Learn more about Law Enforcement Oversite Council (IOLERO)
The Police Brutality Coalition (PBC) of Sonoma County is dedicated to ending law enforcement brutality torward targeted communities with the complicity of local power structures.
The Director of IOLERO, Jerry Threet, issued a report recommending that the Sheriff’s Office further limit its cooperation with federal civil immigration enforcement, by changing its policies to prohibit cooperation with ICE, except where a non-citizen has been convicted within ten years of a designated serious or violent felony that evidences the individual’s risk to public safety in the County. This follows a similar recommendation by the IOLERO Community Advisory Council that resulted from a four month, community driven process.
In this 15-minute interview Kelly Brothers with Community Action Coalition of Sonoma County (CACSCO) explains why they are leading a county-wide movent to recall Sonoma County's Steve Freitas who has become to many a danger to public safety.
CACSCO is a group comprised of community members and SRJC students whose intent is to create change on a local level. Their goals are to empower minority populations, push legislators to accurately represent their interests, and create community cohesion. Many of their actions are aimed at illuminating the inconsistencies in the community which cause disenfranchisement and marginalize our diverse population.
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In this 20-min interview Evelina speaks with public opinion leader Daniel about Sonoma County Sheriff Steve Freitas canceling his re-election plans hours after receiving a Notice of Intent to Recall from members of Community Action Coalition of Sonoma County (CACSC)
JULIE JOHNSON AND DEREK MOORE THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | March 24, 2017, 11:53PM
Sonoma County Sheriff Steve Freitas said Friday he will not run for re-election next year, revealing he plans to retire at the end of his second term in charge of the largest local law enforcement agency, where he was a politically tested leader who confronted both deep recession-era budget cuts and sharp public criticism in the aftermath of the 2013 Andy Lopez shooting. Continue HERE