The city of Alameda has begun to post documents related to the highly publicized of 52-year-old Raymond Zack.
Zack walked into the water off Alameda's Crown Beach around 11:30 a.m. on May 30 in an apparent suicide attempt.
The documents on the city's website include a timeline of the police department's responses, the police department's computer-aided dispatch record, and an Alameda County computer-aided dispatch record.
The documents also include the March 2009 Alameda Fire Department bulletin about the change in policy for water rescue swimmers and the Fire Department's bulletin issued on May 31, the day after Zack's death.
The city has also posted audio files of the fire and police radio and dispatch communications from the day.
All the documents and recordings are on the city's website here.