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The Vacaville Reporter &nbsp&nbsp Randy Fenn, who retired as chief of police for the City of Fairfield will begin his new job as Alameda’s police chief next Monday. Fenn also served with the Town of Truckee and the City of Concord.

City Appoints Interim APD Chief

Sep 29,2020

The City of Alameda announced on Tuesday, Sept. 29, that Randy Fenn will become the city’s Interim Police Chief. He will start work Monday, Oct. 5. Fenn retired earlier this year as the chief of police for the City of Fairfield.

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Caught in the Act

Aug 06,2020

The Alameda Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the two individuals (pictured here) involved in the Thursday, Aug. 6, burglary of Monkey King and The Hobnob in the 1300 block of Park Street.

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Alameda Police Department &nbsp&nbsp Donald Stanifer's body was discovered on July 12 in Oakland after he was reported missing by his family.

Missing Alamedan Found Dead

Jul 16,2020

The Alameda County Coroner’s Office positively identified the body of a 21-year-old Alameda man who was reported missing on Thursday, July 16.

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Reimage, Review, Revise Police Policy

Jun 16,2020

The killing of George Floyd and other Black people by police has caused cities across this country, including Alameda, to ask what public safety should look like in 2020 and beyond.

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 Maurice Ramirez &nbsp&nbsp Alamedans kneel in remembrance of George Floyd and in solidarity with the actions of former San Francisco 49er Colin Kaepernick.

Island City Expresses its Outrage

Jun 07,2020

Last week, thousands of people unified in protests across the world calling for change in police departments across the United States after George Floyd, a Black man, was murdered by Derek Chauvin, a White police officer, in Minneapolis on May 25.

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Video still from residential security camera &nbsp&nbsp Until this footage was released, APD claimed Watkins wasn’t “struck, pushed, slammed or hit.”

Arrest Raises Questions for APD

Jun 07,2020

About 7:45 a.m., on Saturday, May 23, an anonymous caller to the Alameda Police Department (APD) non-emergency number reported a man walking and “dancing” in the street in the 2000 block of Central Avenue. The caller indicated the subject may be mentally ill or under the influence.

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