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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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