Shots Fired At Officers In Menlo Park After Home Invasion, Chase Across San Francisco Bay Ends Up Near Facebook Headquarters
What started as a home invasion robbery in Fremont ended on the other side of the Bay in Menlo Park Wednesday with shots fired at officers, and two suspects in custody, and another on the loose.
Undercover officers were searching for a known gang member in East Oakland when they were fired upon.
Violence on the streets of Baltimore prompted a recommendation for a Blue Alert for police departments across the country, and officers in San Francisco and Oakland are riding in pairs due to the alert.
All 87 Livermore police officers have been issued body cameras, department officials said Tuesday.
Within a few hours on Wednesday, Antioch police Officer Ted Chang helped serve a felony arrest warrant, responded to a report of a dead body found in a house and helped recover a stolen gun.
A scathing new report reveals serious flaws in punishing Oakland police officers, as problem officers who were suspended or fired were basically rewarded with what amounted to a paid vacation.
Following separate allegations of misconduct by San Francisco police officers and sheriff’s deputies and irregularities at the Police Department’s DNA lab, District Attorney George Gascon announced Monday that he has created a task force to investigate the cases.
Michael Robinson, who spent more than 20 years on the force, retired on Wednesday.
Police in San Francisco fatally shot a woman suspected of driving away from an attempted traffic stop and drove erratically in Lower Pacific Heights Tuesday night.
1,000 Criminal Cases To Be Reviewed In Wake Of Racist, Homophobic Texts Sent Between San Francisco Cops
San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi estimates as many as 1,000 criminal cases will be reviewed following the racist and homophobic text messages allegedly sent by four San Francisco police officers.