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“Black Labs Matter” Ad in San Francisco Police Union's Newspaper Draws Fire

August 8, 2016
The San Francisco POA’s August 2016 Journal’s “End Point” ad shows a picture of a black lab wearing a sign that says "black labs matter" next to a picture of a yellow lab wearing a sign that says "all labs matter." More Here.

“Black Labs Matter” Ad in San Francisco Police Union's Newspaper Draws Fire

August 8, 2016
The San Francisco POA’s August 2016 Journal’s “End Point” ad shows a picture of a black lab wearing a sign that says "black labs matter" next to a picture of a yellow lab wearing a sign that says "all labs matter."

San Francisco Officer Arrested on Suspicion of Assembling Illegal Rifle

July 28, 2016
Abrahamsen, 50, is accused of violating a state law against assembling an assault rifle or weapon capable of firing a large .50-caliber BMG bullet.

Black Lives Matter Withdraws from San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade Over Increased Police Presence

June 27, 2016
On Tuesday, SF Pride announced that this year’s events would have a “significant police presence” and that, for the first time in the celebration’s 46-year history, attendees at the festival would be required to pass through security screening.

Budget Proposal Holds San Francisco PD Funding Hostage Until Reforms Happen

June 17, 2016
'Reform or don't get paid' is the message Supervisor John Avalos is sending to the San Francisco Police Department as part of the Board of Supervisors' review of Mayor Ed Lee's $9.6 billion budget proposal.

Mayor Forces San Francisco Chief to Resign After Police Shooting

May 20, 2016
Mayor Ed Lee, who announced the resignation at a news conference late Thursday afternoon said he asked Suhr, who has served in the city's police department for more than 30 years, to resign. More Here.

Video: Mayor Forces San Francisco Chief to Resign After Police Shooting

May 20, 2016
Mayor Ed Lee, who announced the resignation at a news conference late Thursday afternoon said he asked Suhr, who has served in the city's police department for more than 30 years, to resign.

Video: Former San Francisco Officer Alleges Retaliation for Whistleblowing, Files Suit

May 20, 2016
Pat Burley, an officer with the San Francisco Police Department for 22 years, claimed she was forced to retire after raising concerns about an officer embezzling money.

Former SFPD Officer Alleges Retaliation for Whistleblowing, Files Suit

May 20, 2016
A former San Francisco police officer has filed a whistleblower lawsuit against The City of San Francisco and the police chief alleging that she suffered retaliation for turning in a dirty cop. More here.

San Francisco Officer Suffers Chemical Burns from Bleach Attack

May 10, 2016
A police officer suffered chemical burns after being doused with bleach in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood Saturday night, police said. More Here.

Video: San Francisco Officer Suffers Chemical Burns from Bleach Attack

May 10, 2016
A police officer suffered chemical burns after being doused with bleach in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood Saturday night, police said.

San Francisco Chief Says His Agency May be Willing to Test Smart Guns

February 25, 2016
San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr on Tuesday offered his department as a test bed for smart guns once the technology is more fully developed.

San Francisco PD Being Trained to Fire Twice and Assess During Shootings

February 19, 2016
New pistol training guidelines require police recruits to hear the command "threat" before they fire at targets, to shoot only two rounds at a time, and to stop and reassess threats after every two shots.

Petition Opposes Remembrance Day for San Francisco Stabbing Suspect Killed by Police

February 4, 2016
The board's action has angered California law enforcement officers who point out that Woods was suspected of slashing a random, innocent person when he was stopped by San Francisco officers on Dec. 2.

San Francisco Police Asked to Take Pledge to Report Intolerance by Fellow Officers

February 1, 2016
San Francisco police officers are being asked to combat racism in the ranks and take a pledge to turn in colleagues displaying intolerant behavior, such as slurs and jokes targeting people of color, gays and women.

San Francisco Supervisors Name Day for Shooting Victim Mario Woods

January 29, 2016
Over the objection of San Francisco's police union, county supervisors unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday to officially declare July 22 "Mario Woods Day."

San Francisco Mayor Asks Feds for Probe of Police Shooting

January 26, 2016
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has requested a federal investigation of the police shooting of a young black man, along with a broader look into the department.

San Francisco PD Revising Force Policy After Fatal Shooting

January 25, 2016
San Francisco's police use of force is being revamped after a recent fatal shooting. Last week there was a hearing at city hall and a meeting of the police commission to get community input. More Here.

Video: San Francisco PD Revising Force Policy After Fatal Shooting

January 25, 2016
San Francisco's police use of force is being revamped after a recent fatal shooting. Last week there was a hearing at city hall and a meeting of the police commission to get community input.

San Francisco Chief Asks DOJ to Review Department in Wake of Controversial OIS

January 4, 2016
Police Chief Greg Suhr has asked the U.S. Department of Justice to review the San Francisco Police Department’s policies, procedures and training, police said Thursday amid criticism for the fatal shooting of Mario Woods on Dec. 2.
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