Following harassment of a Voice of OC reporter earlier this year, Anaheim’s Police Chief Jorge Cisneros has apologized for the “impact” of the action. Yet due to a state law that shields discussion of police blunders, there’s little that Anaheim’s top cop can say to the public about how missteps are handled. That should say a lot about the future of police relations and funding in California.
Anaheim Police Chief Raul Quezada has filed a claim against the city alleging its policies “led directly to polarization” of the police department and resulted in 87 percent of police union voters deciding they had no confidence in the chief
A city review into alleged time card fraud by Anaheim Police Chief Raul Quezada and Deputy Police Chief Dan Cahill found they did not violate city or police department policies, according to a statement released by the city Thursday.
Anaheim Police Chief Raul Quezada didn’t have all of the information when he briefed City Council members in February about a Ku Klux Klan rally that exploded into violence, according to an internal human resources investigation conducted by the city
Anaheim Police Chief Raul Quezada and Deputy Chief Dan Cahill are under investigation for allegedly falsifying time cards, after a fellow police officer raised the allegations in a memo obtained by ABC7 News.
Anaheim Police Chief Raul Quezada took over the department last year after a string of fatal police shootings and a downtown riot. His reforms have been praised as crucial steps toward rebuilding trust, but some say he hasn’t done enough.