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April 24, 2019

So. C. Sheriff’s office releases personnel records

On April 10 the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office has released personnel records on five cases pursuant to a new police transparency law, commonly referred to as SB 1421.

 
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Call on Newsom to help struggling homeowners

 Today, legislative Republicans called on Governor Gavin Newsom not to appeal a court ruling directing the state to provide $331 million to help financially distressed homeowners.

Public education on pedestrian traffic laws

Last month Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety conducted an operation where plain clothes officers were at various intersections around town.  Officers would walk back and forth while uniformed officers would watch for vehicles failing...