San Francisco Police Department
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.
Fleeing Robbery Suspects Strike 2 Pedestrians, Killing 1, Elude Police In Wild Chase Through Downtown SF
A pedestrian was killed and another injured when they were struck by a car fleeing police during a wild chase through San Francisco, and the suspects involved are still on the loose.
Whereabouts Of Jerry Garcia’s Lost Music Still A Mystery 30 Years Later, SFPD Says They Don’t Have It
Thirty years after Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead was arrested in Golden Gate Park, the mystery continues. The story involves music, drugs, and a briefcase, allegedly seized by the San Francisco police.
San Francisco’s Police Department is widening its probe into offensive text messages by its officers that included racist and homophobic slurs.
4 Officers Investigated For Exchanging Racist, Homophobic Texts With Convicted SFPD Mission District Supervisor
The texts were part a petition filed by federal prosecutors in the case of former SFPD Sgt. Ian Furminger.
San Francisco police are looking into the possibility that two shooting deaths in the city’s Bayview District on Tuesday, may be related to a possible gun battle between two cars.
Convictions against Sgt. Ian Furminger and Officer Edmond Robles include wire fraud, conspiracy against civil rights and theft of more than $5000 from a federally funded program.
SFPD Officer May Be Disfigured For Life After Attack With Tequila Bottle During Ferguson Protest Violence
Violent protesters slash an officer’s face, leaving a significant gash across his nose and mouth.
“This march, if it ever was a First Amendment march, got hijacked by a criminal fringe element bent on destruction and criminal conduct. Were it not for the efforts of the officers and the leadership on the ground, it could have been far worse,” Suhr said.