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Tagged with: criminal justice

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?

Not a whole lot of debating at D6 debate

Few major policy differences emerge—which is not good news for the challengers.

With Supreme Court’s EPA ruling, can Trump’s damage to the environment ever be repaired?

A criminologist examines the toxic roots of corruption that were dug in during the former administration

The June election was bad news for Mayor London Breed

That's just one of the many key messages that the news media have missed.

Another ridiculous attack on SF progressives, this time by Nellie Bowles and The Atlantic

Excuse me, no: The city has not be destroyed by the left. How many times do we have to explain this?

What the Boudin recall does—and doesn’t—mean for SF politics

Low turnout, a deeply warped media narrative, and right-wing billionaire money framed a very conservative outcome. That's the real story.

A tough-on-crime DA doesn’t translate to lower crime rates

New study compares SF, Sacramento—and finds that a more progressive approach to criminal justice is associated with lower crime rates.

Critics say the DA’s Office is run like the Public Defender’s Office. That’s not true

I work for Chesa Boudin, and I am a fair and balanced prosecutor.

The Boudin recall is entirely based on local media mythology. They should own it.

The "crime wave." The "unsafe city." There's no reality here—but it's creating a dangerous political narrative, with the SF cops the big winners.

Leaving prison, and entering a very different world—with very little support

'Facing Life' documents the lives of eight former lifers in their process of reentering society, after having spent decades in California prisons.