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Sheriff’s office flops during on-air debate with Stop Urban Shield
by Stop Urban Shield Coalition
In a debate hosted by KPFA radio’s UpFront program this morning, Amber Piatt, a representative of the Stop Urban Shield Coalition and the director of Human Impact Partner’s Health Instead of Punishment program, faced off with Sgt. Ray Kelly of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office about the county’s decision to end the controversial Urban Shield program. The discussion was moderated by UpFront co-host Cat Brooks, and re-affirmed that the grounds the sheriff office was standing on in trying to revive Urban Shield were shaky, and often false.

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