Federal grants of $7 million awarded to this city were meant largely to help thwart terror attacks at its bustling port. But instead, the money is going to a police
initiative that will collect and analyze reams of surveillance data from
around town — from gunshot-detection sensors in the barrios of East
Oakland to license plate readers mounted on police cars patrolling the
city’s upscale hills.
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