The training is prompting police officers to act more aggressively, particularly with those who have a mental illness or are experiencing homelessness.
Berkeley police officers have used force 105 times since 2015, but the department won't reveal details. Lawyers say Berkeley is less transparent and forthcoming than other cities.
Several hundred people turned up Sunday evening for a march and candlelit vigil in Berkeley organized after the events in Charlottesville over the weekend.
BPD has agreed to document force during demonstrations and protests in more detail, and pledged to continue to work on getting body cameras for officers as part of a settlement reached this week.
BPD's chief outlines the department's response — which some saw as a lack of action — to the "Feb. 1 riot."