San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr and Supervisor David Campos joined forces Thursday to discuss ways the city is trying to quell recent violence in the Mission District.
The San Francisco Police Department plans to classify all suspects by both race and ethnicity, Police Chief Greg Suhr said Wednesday, replacing a system which followed state guidelines to classify arrestees according to five racial categories.
San Francisco’s Chief of Police is about to get a significant bump in pay; one that will distinguish him as the highest paid police chief in the nation.
A recent spate of fatal shootings in San Francisco’s Visitacion Valley neighborhood is not a result of two gangs warring with each other, but rather a case of strife within one particular gang.
Police Chief Greg Suhr said the July 18 shooting of Pralith Pralourng, 32, by an officer in the city’s Financial District might have been prevented if the officer had the option of a less-than-lethal weapon.
A majority of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors have called for Mayor Ed Lee to abandon any thought of implementing a stop-and-frisk policy.
San Francisco police arrested 68 people on Wednesday in a citywide sweep targeting people on parole or probation who had outstanding warrants.
San Francisco police are sending officers disguised as Los Angeles Dodger fans to AT&T Park for this week’s series between the Dodgers and Giants in an attempt to minimize potential problems
San Francisco police and prosecutors held a town hall meeting Tuesday to address community concerns about the grisly killing of five people last month.
Despite expecting to add several officers this summer, the police department is still hundreds of officers short.