San Francisco PD Asks Civilians To Do More Police Work
July 27, 2010
The San Francisco Police Department will begin using civilian investigators to collect fingerprint and DNA evidence at non-violent crime scenes such as burglaries and vehicle break-ins, SF Gate.com reports.
The move is considered controversial by some, yet will free up officers to respond to crimes in progress or dangerous offenders, according to Chief George Gascon.
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