Increased SF Police Presence Prompts Pride Parade Grand Marshals To WithdrawBlack LIves Matter was joined by St. James Infirmary, a group that provides medical and social services to sex workers, and TGI Justice Project.
Family Of Man Shot, Killed By San Francisco Police In April Files Claim Against CityThe family of a man who was shot and killed by police officers in San Francisco's Mission District in April is filing a claim against the city.
SF Pride Officials Meet With Police To Discuss Security After Orlando ShootingSan Francisco police met with organizers of the upcoming city Pride celebrations Monday to discuss security in the wake of Sunday's mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
San Francisco Battles Auto Burglary Epidemic, Nation's WorstNo other place in the country had as many "smash-and-grabs" per capita as San Francisco did last year.
Female Construction Worker Dies In South Of Market StabbingA construction worker was stabbed to death while escorting two suspects away from her construction site in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood Thursday morning, a police spokeswoman said.
San Francisco Civil Grand Jury Says SFPD Should No Longer Run City's Crime LabThe San Francisco Civil Grand Jury Wednesday released a critical report saying that after a series of scandals and failures, the city's crime lab should no longer be run by the police department.
Shallow Sinkhole Opens Up In SF Ingleside NeighborhoodA sinkhole opened up in San Francisco's Ingleside neighborhood Friday evening, according to a utility spokesman.
Authorities Identify Woman Killed In SF Bayview Police ShootingThe San Francisco medical examiner's office has identified a woman fatally shot by police Thursday in the Bayview District as 29-year-old Jessica Williams
Latest Fatal SFPD Shooting Raises Use Of Force QuestionsThursday's deadly shooting in the Bayview is raising new concerns about the use of force by SFPD, including the question of whether police should be allowed to shoot into a moving vehicle.
New Acting SFPD Chief Says Reforms Are Top PrioritiesNewly appointed acting San Francisco Police Chief Toney Chaplin Friday said his top priorities would be rolling out body cameras and completing a review of use of force policies now underway.
Acting SFPD Chief: Racial Bias Almost Stopped Him From Joining PoliceVideo has surfaced of Toney Chaplin, who was appointed San Francisco’s Acting Police Chief on Thursday, saying racial bias nearly stopped him from pursuing a career in law enforcement.
Poll Shows Strong Support For San Francisco Police Chief Greg SuhrAn exclusive poll gave San Francisco’s residents a chance to weigh in on embattled police chief Greg Suhr, and it might surprise many that 50-percent said the chief should stay.

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