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D.A. Issues report on review of Oxnard PD shooting of Meagan Hockaday

D.A. Issues report on review of Oxnard PD shooting of Meagan Hockaday

Why we mistrust and fear the cops

Why we mistrust and fear the cops

    By Armando Vazquez All of us in Oxnard, pills throughout this nation believe that this country, ed the United States of America, is a nation of laws. The problem is what set of laws are we talking about? The laws for the white folks? The laws for the rich folks? Or the laws […]

Oxnard Police Department’s Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training is a Fraud

Oxnard Police Department’s Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training is a Fraud

By Armando Vazquez As with so many other current policing practices, Officer Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training is a lot more about Public Relations than about truly preparing officers adequately respond to a crisis call involving mental illness. Cops in America are trained universally to go into a situation with force, come out alive, shoot […]

Hockaday shooting and police use of force

Hockaday shooting and police use of force

By George Miller There has been a hurricane of controversy over the Saturday shooting and killing of Meagan Hockaday by police responding to a 911 domestic dispute call. It is additionally so because  a “minority” group member was involved. Alternative media released information about names of the officer involved, Roger Garcia and the domestic partner of the deceased, […]

Update on Meagan Hockaday killing by police

Update on Meagan Hockaday killing by police

Oxnard Police Department   On March 28, medications 2015, at approximately 1:00 a.m., a 9-1-1 call was received into the Oxnard Emergency Communications Center from a male caller who identified himself as Luis Morado. He requested that police officers respond for a domestic dispute involving he and Meagan Hockaday. Two Oxnard Police Officers were dispatched […]

Oxnard PD Chief Williams holds press conference on Hockaday shooting by police.

Oxnard PD Chief Williams holds press conference on Hockaday shooting by police.

By George Miller A police response to an early morning  domestic violence call in the 500 block of West Vineyard Ave. led to the tragic death of 26 year old Meagan Hockaday. Chief Jeri Williams gave a report, offered her condolences and answered subsequent questions as follow, at a press conference this afternoon. A 911 domestic violence […]