Stories about police reform

Police reform hearing is all about Tasers

Sups say that Tasers undermine the whole idea of reform in the SFPD's Use of Force rules

A devious move to oust SF’s best Police Commission member

Safai ally Olga Miranda didn't even live in the city until a few weeks ago -- and suddenly wants to be on the commission

BREAKING: SFPD pulling out of controversial Joint Terrorism Task Force with FBI

The San Francisco Police Department announced on Wednesday that it will be pulling out of the Joint Action Task Force, a controversial co-operation with...

A stunning lack of reality at Mayor Lee’s State of the City

No mention of how to deal with huge budget cuts. Oh, and Lee is solving the housing crisis -- didn't you notice?

#120hours Day 1: Activist camp in front of City Hall

A demand that the district attorney file charges against killer cops

Questions loom as Police Commission President Suzy Loftus steps down

Activists say new commission member should be a defense lawyer, not a prosecutor
Nanci Armstrong-Temple

Berkeley City Council candidate Nanci Armstrong-Temple arrested at homeless encampment

Activist winds up in custody after trying to bring coffee to people who don't have homes

The Agenda, 7/25/2016: Down to the wire for the November ballot

The battle from last week continues as supes face deadline for public advocate, police reform

Big wins for progressives at key board meeting

But Breed tries to undermine majority and sides with the mayor on a series of 6-5 votes

A Fox to guard the henhouse? Cop who shot Luis Gongora now part of police reform unit

Community leaders say putting an officer still under investigation for a homicide in a reform group is an insult