After Killing of George Floyd, California’s Community College Chancellor Wants to Reform How Police Are TrainedJune 5, 2020 |
by Mikhail Zinshteyn
Eloy Ortiz Oakley wants to change how police officers in California are trained.
Oakley is the chancellor of the state’s 115 community colleges and consequently oversees one of the largest training networks for California police. Eighty percent of police officers in California get training at a community college, according to the college system.