SFPD Identifies Officer Who Shot Mentally-Ill Man Jan. 6The San Francisco Police Department has identified the officer who shot a mentally-ill man during a physical struggle in the city's Oceanview neighborhood as Officer Kenneth Cha.
SF Police Seek Public Help Identifying Suspect In BART Machete AttackAnyone with information on the suspect is asked to call the SFPD 24-hour tip line at (415)575-4444.
Emotions Flare At SF Town Hall Following Police Shooting Of Mentally-Ill ManNew details emerged Thursday night about an officer-involved shooting in the SF Oceanview District Friday that left an unarmed, mentally ill man injured.
Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Against SFPD For Alleged Beating Of Oakland ManAn Oakland man filed a civil rights lawsuit against the San Francisco Police Department, alleging officers unlawfully beat and arrested him.
2 Dead In Separate San Francisco New Year ShootingsPolice are investigating two separate fatal shootings that occurred Sunday morning in San Francisco.
Judge Denies SFPOA's Request For Injunction To Block Use Of Force PolicyA San Francisco Superior Court judge Tuesday denied a request by the city's police union for a preliminary injunction to block a new Police Department use of force policy from going into effect.
Uber Driver Hurt In SF Hayes Valley When Gunman Fires Through WindshieldAn Uber driver suffered injuries to his face on Christmas Eve morning when a suspect shot through his windshield in San Francisco's Hayes Valley.
Man Swipes Knife From Bar, Stabs 2 Homeless People In SF TenderloinA 25-year-old man got into a confrontation with 2 people who were sleeping on the sidewalk near Market and Turk, police said.
San Francisco Police Union Sues Over Use Of Force Policy ChangesThe San Francisco Police Officers' Association has already filed a lawsuit to keep the city's police commission from implementing newly approved changes to the department's use of force policy.
San Francisco Police Commission Approves New Use Of Force PolicyThe San Francisco police commission gave final approval to a use of force policy banning carotid restraints and firing at moving vehicles.
Mayor Announces LAPD Deputy Chief As San Francisco's New Top CopSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced Tuesday morning that a Los Angeles deputy police chief will be the city's new top cop.
San Francisco Supervisor Calls For Police Chief To Live Within City LimitsThere's an effort underway in San Francisco to require the Chief of Police to live in the city.

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