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Thursday, January 26, 2023

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Police

Four takeaways from the historic Police Commission vote this week

A progressive commission is becoming the focus of broader criminal-justice reform issues.

Police Commission considers dramatic changes in racist traffic stops (with Breed opposed)

If a slim 4-3 majority holds, SF could take the national lead in addressing pattern of cops stopping and hassling Black and Brown motorists.

Public outrage works: Killer robots are dead, at least for the moment

After massive organizing efforts, supes back off on lethal force issue—but that discussion is by no means over.

Major pushback against killer police robots; will it be enough?

One supe has already changed his mind and will vote No tomorrow; legal issue, ballot measure still pending as city deals with national media fallout of bizarre policy

Supes approve killer robots, 8-3

With the national press watching, even progressives vote for a disturbing escalation in police power.

Anti Police-Terror Project redistributes $3.5 million gift towards Black self-determination

Social justice non-profits plus individuals and families impacted by state violence received the much-needed funds.

Supes approve police spy cameras after debate that reflects national political instability

When there is a real threat of fascism on the national level, what should SF do about the local police?

Supes advance police spying bill

Measure opposed by civil-liberties groups now goes to the full board.

Supes delay SFPD spy policy after alarming presentation by Chief Scott

'There are cameras on every block' and SFPD wants to access them just because they think there might a crime at some point.

SF cops want expanded rights to spy on all of us—for no good reason

Proposal would give SFPD access to a huge network of private cameras, without any meaningful limits on how the data can be used or shared

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