San Francisco Police Department
A new tool given to San Francisco police allowed an officer to save the life of a man who overdosed on opiates.
A San Francisco police officer lost consciousness when he hit his head attempting to stop a man from entering the Outside Lands music festival without paid admission in Golden Gate Park on Sunday, a police spokesman said Monday.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and members of the Board of Supervisors gathered at City Hall Wednesday for the signing of a no-cut budget that will allow for expansion of many city departments during the city’s fiscal year 2015-2016 and 2016-2017.
A San Francisco jury on Monday found a former San Francisco police officer guilty of accepting roughly $25,000 in bribes over a two-year period ranging 2007 to 2009 from taxi drivers in exchange for a passing grade on a written exam required for a permit.
A bicyclist was killed after being struck by a San Francisco Police Department cruiser near John McLaren Park late Friday night.
A car being chased by San Francisco police struck a pedestrian in San Francisco’s South of Market late Tuesday night.
A young girl trying to break up a fight between a driver and passenger in an SUV going through the Bay Bridge toll plaza last Saturday has been found safe.
A group fast-acting of San Francisco Police Academy recruits got a chance to stop a crime when they spotted a burglary-in-progress.
Three retired judges will be working with San Francisco prosecutors to review roughly 3,000 criminal cases that have potentially been tainted by 14 San Francisco police officers who sent homophobic, racist and sexist text messages, District Attorney George Gascon announced Thursday.
A San Francisco police officer in the city’s Richmond District helped reunite a man with his stolen vehicle containing the ashes of his deceased wife Monday.