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Tagged with: Law Enforcement

SF’s new War on Drugs has created dangerous, intolerable conditions in the county jail

Many predicted that this would happen—but the Mayor's Office had no plan.

SF cops haven’t disclosed the latest in military gear they may be using

State law requires information that the supes didn't get; are we going back to killer robots?

Peskin wants a hands-on mayor, Breed wants a downtown party (for some people) …

... and how is the city planning to create 14,000 housing units for extremely low income households? That's The Agenda for May 5-12

Indie booksellers in trouble? BincTank to the rescue

A program that grew out of Borders now helps BIPOC-owned bookstores stay open and thrive through its grants.

Why immigrants are worried about SF’s Proposition E

The measure would undermine the Sanctuary City policies.

Three of Breed’s police commissioners suddenly reverse on racist pretext stops

Bizarre excuses as commission votes 4-3 to limit traffic stops that have no public safety value

Fielder, Chandler spar at D9 debate that draws sizable crowd

Chandler refuses to support cease-fire resolution and opposes district elections as differences between candidates become clear.

The danger of high-speed police chases and the failure of the mayor’s drug-arrest policy

Police Commission questions show why an independent panel is so important.

The new War on Drugs isn’t working any better than the old one did ….

But Breed and Jenkins are pushing to make it worse. We have seen this before and it ended very badly.

Breed’s police measure is a sweeping move to undermine civilian oversight and reform

It's cynical politics that could have serious implications for how the city manages a police department with a troubled history.