Breaking News – the Charter Amendment to create a Commission on Police Practices submitted today!!
One step towards Police Accountability in San Diego 6.21.2019- Women Occupy San Diego submitted a proposed charter amendment to the City Clerk that will replace the current inadequate Committee Review Board on Police Practices with a strong, community-driven Commission on Police Practices! San Diego needs a strong, independent Commission on Police Practices to hold our […]
San Diego’s Police Citizen Review Board Falls Short on Transparency, Accountability
By Jeeni Criscenzo, Sept. 17, 2015 Four years ago today (September 17, 2011) the Occupy movement began in New York City’s Zuccotti Park in Wall Street. Like wildfire the movement that defined Us (the 99%) vs Them (the 1%) spread from city to city. Three weeks later a large and exuberant crowd gathered in San […]
City Charter Amendment Would Provide Rigorous Oversight of Police by Independent Commission
by Andrea St. Julian Community trust in law enforcement is key to legitimate and effective policing. Right now, San Diegans have an opportunity to increase the community’s trust in its Police Department through an amendment to the San Diego City Charter. The amendment will eliminate the Community Review Board on Police Practices (CRB) that currently […]
1-2-3! Moving from disaster to a just economy *Part of Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions and funded by the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee. A Just Peace Economy For All San Diego – NOW! Co-created by a collaboration of peace activists & groups more info @ facebook.com/prcsd “All People Have The Right to Peace” – […]
A place for women who want to change the world We’ve redesigned the website for Women Occupy San Diego to be a powerful tool for powerful humans who share our values of justice, equality, and compassion along with our commitment to civic engagement. Check it out: www.WomenOccupySanDiego.org You won’t be able to do too much until you sign […]