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  January 21, 2022

Vallejo seeking applicants for new surveillance advisory board

The board is tasked with advising city council on the best practices regarding the city’s use of surveillance technology....

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  January 21, 2022

Vallejo City Council to get update on $10M VPOA lawsuit

Michael Nichelini, president of the city’s police union and a former police lieutenant, was fired last March after he was the subject of several internal investigations....

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  January 12, 2022

Vallejo City Council votes to ban ghost guns

The unregulated and untraceable guns account for about one in five guns Vallejo police find in the city....

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  January 11, 2022

Former Vallejo officer involved in Oregon fist fight back working at Solano DA’s office

Kevin Coelho resigned from the Contra Costa District Attorney’s Office shortly after a news report revealed he had been involved in a street fight in Oregon....

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  January 04, 2022

Ten years since Vallejo police’s deadliest year, $12.7 million has been paid to settle civil rights lawsuits

The city of Vallejo has paid $12.6 million in settlements in 23 civil rights lawsuits for incidents since Jan. 1, 2012....

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  December 31, 2021

2021 was year of turnover and turmoil in Vallejo and Solano County government

The city of Vallejo grappled with a significant amount of turnover at city hall and within the Vallejo Police Department....

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