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FOR RESTAURANTS, AND SHE IS

NOT THE ONLY ONE.

LIVE IN WILLOW GLEN, MARIA

MEDINA, KPIX 5.

THE VALLEJO POLICE

DEPARTMENT FACING SOME NEW CREW

ME.

CALIFORNIA ATTORNEYS GENERAL

UNANSWERABLE REVIEW OF THE

DEPARTMENT'S USE OF DEADLY

FORCE.

KPIX 5'S WILSON WALKER HAS BEEN

FOLLOWING THIS STORY.

HE'S GOT THE LATEST FROM THE

ATTORNEY GENERAL TONIGHT,

WILSON?

Reporter: A COUPLE THINGS

GOING ON RIGHT NOW.

I'M GOING TO STEP OUT OF THE

WAY.

YOU CAN SEE BEHIND THE A

MEMORIAL FOR THE MEN KILLED

TUESDAY MORNING HERE IN VALLEJO,

SEAN MONTERROSA.

AS YOU CAN SEE, THE NOW

FAMILIAR KNEELING ATTRIBUTE IS

úUNDERWAY.

OVERALL, ON THE STEPS ON CITY

HALL, THE NATIONAL GUARD IS

STILL HERE.

HOWEVER, THE CURFEW IN VALLEJO

HAS BEEN LIFTED.

NOW, PEOPLE HERE FOR THE LAST

COUPLE OF DAYS HAVE BEEN ASKING

FOR SOME CHANGE, HAVE BEEN

ASKING FOR SOME TYPE OF

RESPONSE TO WHAT IS GOING ON,

AND TODAY THEY GOT IT.

THE STATE IS COMING IN HERE TO

TAKE A LOOK AT THE PRACTICES OF

THE VALLEJO POLICE DEPARTMENT.

IT'S COMING.

THAT'S ENCOURAGING, BUT

ACTION NEEDS TO BE TAKEN.

Reporter: THE ANNOUNCEMENT

CAME FROM THE CALIFORNIA

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE AND

IS DESCRIBED AS AN AGREEMENT

WITH THE CITY OF VALLEJO FOR

ESTATE LET REVIEW OF THE CITY'S

RELEASE POLICIES THAT THE

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF

JUSTICE WILL ALSO DEVELOP BEST

PRACTICES FOR VALLEJO POLICE

WHEN YOU COME TO USE OF FORCE

PROCEDURES, ANTIBIAS TRAINING,

COMMUNITY POLICING, AND

ACCOUNTABILITY.

SHOTS FIRED.

Reporter: THE INVOLVEMENT OF

THE STATE COMES AFTER THE DEATH

OF 22-YEAR-OLD SEAN MONTERROSA

OF SAN FRANCISCO , SHOT AND

KILLED BY A VALLEJO POLICE

OFFICER WHO WAS RESPONDING TO

LOOTING EARLY TUESDAY MORNING.

MONTERROSA IS THE 17th DEATH

INVOLVING VALLEJO POLICE SINCE

2011.

VALLEJO HAS ONE OF THE HIGHEST

RATES OF SUCH VIOLENCE IN

CALIFORNIA.

WE SEE TOO MANY OF THIS.

WE SEE TOO MUCH OF THIS.

RECENTLY, IT KEEPS HAPPENING.

Reporter: NO ONE WITH THE

CITY WOULD AGREE TO SPEAK TO US

TODAY ABOUT THIS.

THE ONLY OFFICIAL RESPONSE WAS

IN THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S

ANNOUNCEMENT.

CITY MANAGER GREG NAIHOFF SAID,

QUOTE, I HAVE LONG STATED THAT

WE KNOW NOT ALL THE BEST IDEAS

ARE IN VALLEJO, AND OUR COUNSEL

WELCOMES THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF

JUSTICE.

IN HELPING US IMPLEMENT BETTER

POLICE PRACTICES.

NOW, VALLEJO'S CHIEF OF POLICE

HIRED JUST SIX MONTHS AGO SPOKE

ABOUT HIS REFORM EFFORTS ON

WEDNESDAY.

WE MADE MANY CHANGES IN

TERMS OF OUR DE-ESCALATION

POLICY, IN TERMS OF OUR BODY

CAMERA POLICY, IN TERMS OF THE

WAY WE ANALYZE A LOOK AT FOUR.

Reporter: THE CHIEF ALSO DID

NOT SPEAK WITH REPORTERS TODAY,

BUT HE WAS QUOTED IN TODAY'S

ANNOUNCEMENT, SAYING, QUOTE,

THE BIGGEST STEPS ARE AHEAD OF

US.

I WELCOME ALL VOICES TO THE

TABLE.

WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER.

OKAY, THIS GROUP OF PROTESTERS

ABOUT TO MAKE THEIR WAY FROM

CITY HALL OVER TO THE POLICE

DEPARTMENT.

WE WILL FOLLOW THAT MARTIN GIVE

YOU A LITTLE UPDATE AT 7:00, SO

WHAT COMES NEXT WITH THE

INVESTIGATION HERE IN VALLEJO?

THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY IS NOW

INVOLVED WITH THAT, HANDLING

THAT CASE.

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