The Berkeley Police Department had tallied 28 confirmed incidents of gunfire in the city in 2019. UCPD had one shooting, at People’s Park, which was fatal.
Berkeley police handled at least 17 crashes in April that resulted in injuries to pedestrians or cyclists, according to preliminary data obtained by Berkeleyside.
Berkeley police handled at least 13 crashes in March that resulted in injuries to pedestrians or cyclists, according to preliminary data obtained by Berkeleyside. The number has fallen for the second month in a row.
Berkeleyside has pored over city records and our own archives to bring you a roundup of many of the larger housing projects that have been completed since 2012. The report was updated in August.
Berkeleyside has pored over city records and done our own reporting to bring you a robust roundup of recent and forthcoming housing developments around the city. This report was updated in August.
Violent crime was down in Berkeley in 2018 for the first time in recent years, Berkeley police reported Tuesday night, and property crime was down, too.
This municipal water map is one of 17 data sets and visualizations available in the city of Berkeley’s new open data portal. Image: City of Berkeley The city of Berkeley has officially launched a new website featuring 17 data sets related to everything from municipal water usage and employee salaries to crime heat maps, energy consumption, […]
The Bay Area News Group maintains a database of public employee compensation records. Click the image to search the database. Following this week’s disclosure by Berkeley city staff that roughly 11,000 municipal employee social security numbers had been erroneously divulged to a local media outlet in March, the media outlet’s managing editor said Tuesday that […]
City Manager Christine Daniel said information from 11,000 current and retired employees had been mistakenly released. Photo: Emilie Raguso It emerged Tuesday afternoon that more people than previously thought had their social security numbers inadvertently released to a local news organization due to an error by a city of Berkeley employee. City Manager Christine Daniel […]
City Manager Christine Daniel: “It was a mistake.” Photo: Emilie Raguso A Berkeley municipal staff member mistakenly disclosed the social security numbers of everyone who works for the city while responding to a public records request, and the city recently sent a letter to staff informing them of the error. One staffer, who asked not […]