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Tagged with: police reform

Here come the billionaires: Election 2024

Big money goes into measures attacking poor people and eroding police oversight. It's really about Breed's re-election and the oligarchs controlling the city.

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.

Legal settlements for police abuse have cost SF more than $20 million since 2019

Plus: Ronen takes on the feds over Laguna Honda, Jenkins drops charges against cop, and planners finally want to close the book on a scandal. That's The Agenda for Feb. 12-19.

Watching the cops, and recording them …

Plus supes take on the future of Laguna Honda. That's The Agenda for Jan. 29-Feb 5.

It’s going to be a difficult 2023 for Mayor London Breed

A looming urban crisis will call for visionary leadership and policies, which are in short supply in this administration.

Exposing ‘copaganda’ as SFPD spends $1.6 million on ‘strategic communications’

Why are the taxpayers subsidizing misinformation and spin with a political agenda coming out of a troubled department?

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.

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.

The high price of cops continues

Lawsuits allege homophobia, beatings. Plus: A developer violates city law for years—and wins. That's The Agenda for Oct. 31 to Nov. 7

Oakland activists say they don’t want the CHP to patrol their streets

Will more cops really make people of color safer? The community isn't so sure.