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Tagged with: Police

What the mayor’s D6 supe appointment means for the district—and the city

Matt Dorsey is smart, experienced—and seems to agree with the mayor's agenda on housing and the cops. He will face a tough battle in the fall.

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?

City College faculty set up tents, hold out for the end of brutal layoffs

Union members say cutting faculty will lead to a cycle of lower enrollment and less revenue; they have an alternative.

Nursing poems while fighting police terror: Asantewaa Boykin’s ‘Love, Lyric, and Liberation’

The Oakland-Sacramento writer, activist, and emergency room nurse debuts a collection of urgent, 'hungry' poems.

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

Twice in 54 years, SF cops beat charges of racist violence

The alarming parallels between a 1968 trial and the Terrance Stangel case

Does SFPD policy really allow a beating like Decari Spiers received?

A jury found Officer Stangel not guilty and a training officer said he did nothing wrong. That's not how I read the department's official policy.

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.

Mayor decides not to ask for more money for the cops after all

Breed withdraws request that the supes approve some $7 million in police OT; what happened?