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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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Four takeaways from the historic Police Commission vote this week

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

San Francisco continues homeless sweeps, during storm, defying a federal court order

New legal filing shows how cops continue to roust the unhoused even when the city can't offer any safe and secure shelter.

John Crew, legendary police accountability activist (and wonderful guy) dies at 65

Plus: The mayor's mandatory resignation letters—and why the new Housing Element Draft is a long, detailed, carefully crafted joke. That's The Agenda for Oct. 9-16

SF mayor and DA call for a return to the failed War on Drugs

In a stunning press conference, top officials demand more arrests, more jail time, and more cops to address the overdose crisis. That has never worked.

Lawsuit challenges SF’s homeless policies and seeks to stop sweeps

Data shows how the city repeatedly violates its own policies and federal Constitutional rights.

Supes advance police spying bill

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

‘Fight for Our Rights’ party puts abortion access at center of dance floor

DJ Heidi Lawden heads a huge lineup of women and femme-centric DJs at 1015 to raise funds in the wake of Roe's reversal.

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

Redistricting process could change, dramatically, in Friday meeting

The entire redistricting process was thrown into an uproar yesterday, as the Elections Commission set a special meeting for Friday/8 to decide if it...

Screen Grabs: ‘Who We Are’ lays out just how much racial justice has stalled

Plus: Poetic 'Why is We Americans,' listless 'Sundown,' rousing 'The Conductor'—and 'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner,' too.