The city of Oakland has made a new deal to avoid a federal takeover of its police department. Presuming a federal judge approves the agreement, Oakland's next job will be to hire an independent "compliance director" who will have authority to, among other things, fire Oakland's police chief. Reporter: Tara Siler
The deal aims to settle what's called the "Riders" case. It's been more than a decade since four Oakland police officers were accused of beating up and framing drug suspects in West Oakland -- and then writing up false reports about the incidents. But it will take more than a compliance director to turn the OPD around.