Law Enforcement Predicts Minimal Training Changes After New Use Of Force LawCalifornia’s Governor signed the new use of force law Monday, touting it as a "remarkable moment" among dozens of family members who lost loved ones to police violence.
California Senate OKs Rule On Police Use-Of-Force TrainingThe California Senate approved legislation Tuesday requiring officers across the nation's most populous state to be trained in ways to avoid using deadly force.
Police Won't Fight California Use-Of-Force BillMajor law enforcement organizations dropped their opposition Thursday to California legislation that strengthens standards for when officers can use deadly force, a shift that followed changes to the measure.
WATCH: Rio Vista Police Release Body Camera Footage Of Officer Body Slamming Woman During Traffic Stop Police released body camera footage Tuesday from a use of force incident where an officer body slammed a woman. 
Woman Body Slammed During Traffic Stop Prompts Use Of Force InvestigationA body slam at the hands of Rio Vista police was captured on camera during a traffic stop the evening of May 5. 
California Pushes Talks On 1st-In-US Police Shooting Rules California lawmakers worked to find common ground Tuesday between law enforcement groups and reformers intent on adopting first-in-the-nation standards designed to limit fatal shootings by police.
Family, Activists Lobby For Use-Of-Force Reform On Anniversary Of Stephon Clark ShootingStephon Clark’s fiancée Salena Manni renewed her call for action and pushed for the passage of AB 392, on the anniversary of his death.
Attorney General Becerra Releases New Report On Police Use Of ForceCalifornia's Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced the release of a new Department of Justice Report on the use of force by the Sacramento Police Department. 
California Use of Force Bill Drops Police Prosecution StandardThe deadly shooting of a young father Stephon Clark prompted swift action in the state Capitol. But lawmakers are stepping back on a bill that would prosecute officers behind the barrels of those deadly shootings.
California Advances Biggest US Change To Police Use Of ForceCalifornia would lead the U.S. in significantly changing the standard for when police can fire their weapons under legislation that cleared its first hurdle Tuesday after an emotionally charged debate over deadly shootings that have roiled the country.