Several Oakland City Council members agreed to delay spending $3 million to upgrade the emergency communications system after the Oakland PD's patrol union blasted the system.
Sgt. Barry Donelan, president of the Oakland Police Officers Association, urged two council committees this week against approving more than $3 million for the radio system, reports the Oakland Tribune.
"I have no confidence in the system," he said. "I have no confidence that a $3 million expenditure will make it better."