Stories about Police Shootings

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

Cop who shot Jessica Williams had earlier complaint

Sgt. Justin Erb used an inaccurate search warrant to lead a team that arrested an innocent man, OCC complaint charges -- but the agency says he did nothing wrong

SFPD manages not to kill armed suspect

Non-lethal options show that five other people shot and killed could have been alive today

Bernie comes to East Oakland — with Jane Kim — and talks about police killings and affordable housing

Frisco Five get a fist bump from presidential candidate as Sanders brings his progressive message to a diverse audience in a place where most national candidates never show up

Trump-brand hate has no home in SF

Why we must unite to pass Due Process for All

Chief Suhr is out — now what?

Mayor says Deputy Chief Toney Chaplin will take over as acting chief; no word yet on a search for a permanent replacement

Mayor Lee faces questions on police violence — and has no real answers

Mayor has nothing but carefully prepared remarks that avoid responsibility for the crisis in his police department

Day XIII: Ed Lee hides as 700 protesters march to City Hall

A locked door meets five people in wheelchairs; Lee's staff can't answer questions about police accountability

Will Gascon file charges against cops who shot Amilcar Perez Lopez?

Community is standing by and waiting while DA ponders what could be a groundbreaking case

Community confronts Chief Suhr: ‘I am never calling the police’

Bay Area residents tell police chief they would rather be in harm's way then trust the police after officers kill homeless man