Stories about Police Shootings

Chief Suhr’s job review: Things are out of control ….

... and the Police Commission needs to ask some hard questions this week.

59 shots: Closing arguments in the Nieto case

After emotional appeals and a review of the evidence, the case heads to the jury

The Nieto trial: 59 shots — and big questions

Opening day of dramatic trial offers contradictory evidence -- and some new disclosures

Would modern police training have saved Mario Woods’ life?

Under Chief Suhr's new policies, Woods shooting was wrong and could have been avoided; what took so long?

The Agenda: The cops, the city attorney, Hillary and Bernie ….

... we ask why the police union is celebrating a city attorney filing and whether the Supreme Court vacancy changes the presidential race

Pussy Riot, unmasked

At the Warfield, the famous anti-Putin punk provocateurs had an awkward, but still inspiring, night.

Supes reject police union, urge memorial for Mario Woods

Unanimous vote shows how badly the police union has damaged itself and how irrelevant it is becoming

Shocking police stats — but where’s the chief?

Supes hear dramatic data about arrests and killings of Black and mentally ill people -- but still no accountability at any level of SFPD as Suhr ducks hearing

Holding the cops — and their union — accountable

All the good policy in the world means nothing if officers can violate the rules with impunity

The Agenda, Jan. 18-24: Police violence …

... electing our elected officials ... And why Willie Brown is so, so wrong about the protests at the Lee inauguration