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Police Commission Allows SF Chief To Consider TASERs

February 24, 2011  | 

A year after rejecting a similar proposal, the San Francisco Police Commission approved a proposal from the new chief to consider using TASERs or another less-lethal weapon.

After six grueling hours of presentations, Chief Jeff Godown agreed to bring a proposal back to the commission within 90 days, reports the Bay Citizen.

Read the full story at BayCitizen.org.


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