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Ross Mirkarimi

Mirkarimi Media Blitz Prompts Ban On Cameras In SF Courthouse Hallways

San Francisco Superior Court Presiding Judge Katherine Feinstein issued a standing order Thursday prohibiting the use of cameras and/or electronic recording devices in the hallways and other areas of the fourth floor of the Civic Center Courthouse.



San Francisco Officials Say High-Tech Stalking On The Rise

Millions of people in the United States are victims of stalking every year, and according to officials at a San Francisco conference on domestic violence, the issue has gone high tech.


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Phil Matier: BART Police Officers To Wear Cameras

BART Police has come under scrutiny for their use of force in some tense situations. Now the agency is testing out a new program that can record their every move from their point of view.


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Video Surveillance Helping More Bay Area Law Enforcement Agencies

That includes the city of Berkeley, which used home video footage to arrest a suspect in a series of tire slashings.


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Bay Area Toll Authority To Install Cameras To Catch Carpool Cheats

The Bay Area Toll Authority is planning to install cameras on a stretch of Interstate 680 in the East Bay in an effort to catch drivers who are illegally using the carpool lane.


A police cruiser drives through in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco. (File Photo)

KCBS In Depth: Fighting Crime In San Francisco

An interview with San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr on the challenges he faces with the San Francisco Police Department.