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Tagged with: Police Commission

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?

Will the mayor spend money the voters approved for social housing?

And if the taxpayers are spending $1 million a year on police PR, why can't we get even basic information from SFPD? That's The Agenda for May 2-9.

It’s Election Day Tuesday. The supes districts lines are still not finished.

Plus: Are the cops doing their job, and do they really need more money? That's The Agenda for April 18-24

Actually, it was the cops who hid crucial evidence in the Spiers beating case

Police Commission challenges chief on scathing federal court ruling that undercuts his efforts to block a key reform policy.

Police chief has to back down, agrees to let deal with DA’s Office stay in place

Under pressure, Scott allows independent investigations of police shootings to continue—for another 60 days. But politics still play a big role.

A deadline for police accountability

Plus: What the School Board recall really meant—and why is the right wing so worried about Critical Race Theory? That's The Agenda for Feb. 21 to 27

Police Commission delays decision on chief’s move to undermine reform

A crucial MOU expires next week—the same day the commission will hold a special emergency meeting and maybe act to preserve it.

Can SF run its own bike-share program (and challenge the privatizers?)

Plus: The June 6 ballot shapes up—and will the Police Commission take civilian oversight seriously? That's The Agenda for Feb. 14-21

Police Commissioners angry at chief’s move to undermine reform

Panel tells Chief Scott he "blindsided" them, and to go back and work things out with the DA—but he isn't backing down.