Unconventional Officer Commands San Francisco's Tenderloin Station
May 31, 2008
Two years ago, right before Halloween, San Francisco Police Captain Gary Jimenez was put in charge of the Tenderloin Station.
Was that a trick or a treat?
Certainly, Jimenez isn't your typical cop. He can be unconventional, blunt and offbeat. He's come up with some comments that left the higher-ups wincing. He's also got some ideas - like his recent suggestion to start a Tenderloin safe injection center where drug addicts could shoot up under medical supervision - that have residents sputtering in opposition.
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bbnomad69 @ 6/1/2008 11:27 AM
Obviously Jimenez has done his homework, back before drugs were criminalized in the thirties due to a conspiritory issue involving the secretary of the treasury and Dupont corp.,addicts were able to get safely injected by a physician. In doing so the addict was able to get his addiction satisfied and get a safe ammount of the drug , with no robbing and criminal acts involved or OD's
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