San Francisco To Hold First Public Meetings For Input On New Police ChiefThe San Francisco Police Commission will hold a series of public meetings starting Monday night to gather community input on the selection of the city's next police chief.
Exclusive: Acting SFPD Chief Not Surprised By Racist Death ThreatSpeaking for the first time since a man was arrested for tweeting threats against him, San Francisco's acting police chief on Wednesday told KPIX 5 he isn't surprised that someone wants him dead.
Blue-Ribbon Panel Finds SFPD Policies Lack Transparency, AccountabilityPreliminary findings from a blue-ribbon panel reviewing police practices and policies suggest the San Francisco Police Department lacks transparency and accountability in many areas.
Police Identify SFPD Officers Who Shot Homeless ManSan Francisco police have identified two officers involved in the fatal shooting of a homeless man who they say charged at them with a knife.
Activist Groups Join Forces To Protest Fatal San Francisco Police ShootingsThree activist groups formed after three separate fatal shootings by San Francisco police joined forces Friday, more than a week after a federal civil jury cleared four officers charged with fatally shooting Alex Nieto in 2014.
Man Fatally Shot By Oakland Police Not Involved In SideshowsA man with a pellet gun who was shot and killed after he approached Oakland police officers was not involved in the many large sideshows nearby, Oakland Police Chief Sean Whent said Monday.
Federal Judge Orders Probe Into Oakland Police ShootingsA federal judge has ordered a probe into how the Oakland police investigate officer-involved shootings and is threatening to sanction the department if misconduct is found.

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