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Tagged with: San Francisco Police Department

Supes push back on state-mandated housing disaster

Plus: An honest discussion about the cops and budget priorities. That's The Agenda for Nov. 26 to Dec. 3

Plan to put police funding in City Charter creates huge public safety risks

Labor activists say Dorsey measure would threaten a wide range of public-safety programs; it also won't work.

SF continues to violate court order on sweeps of homeless people, filing says

Cops and clean-up teams offer no shelter, destroy belongings, and ignore a federal judge's ruling, advocates and unhoused people report.

All 11 supes are now challenging the DA on the Banko Brown case

The truth will come out eventually; it's hard to see how Jenkins can continue to hide the evidence in the face of huge community outcry.

Banko Brown was unarmed when he was shot by a private security guard at Walgreens

New revelations cast serious doubt on the version of events that the DA's Office presented; Peskin demands transparency.

SFPD has the worst record in the state on ‘pretext stops’ of Black and API people

Plus: Was the Killer Robot vote even legal? That's The Agenda for Dec. 5-12 2022

How much military-style equipment does the SFPD really need—and for what?

Tanks, assault rifles, chemical projectiles ... the supes have a chance to weigh in on the inventory and the rules. That's The Agenda for Oct. 23 to 30.

Lawsuit challenges SF’s homeless policies and seeks to stop sweeps

Data shows how the city repeatedly violates its own policies and federal Constitutional rights.

Supes advance police spying bill

Measure opposed by civil-liberties groups now goes to the full board.

SF cops want expanded rights to spy on all of us—for no good reason

Proposal would give SFPD access to a huge network of private cameras, without any meaningful limits on how the data can be used or shared