Thousands Of Fans Shut Out As SFPD Closes Gates To Super Bowl CitySuper Bowl City reached full capacity Saturday afternoon, forcing police to close the entrance to scores of fans who wanted in.
SF Law Enforcement Possibly Violated City Policies By Leading ICE To Undocumented ManSan Francisco police said Friday they are investigating to determine if city policies limiting communication with immigration authorities were violated following an incident in which an undocumented man was taken into custody while trying to retrieve a recovered stolen car.
San Francisco Police Take Pledge To Root Out IntoleranceSan Francisco police officers are being asked take a pledge to turn in colleagues displaying racist or intolerant behavior.
'Justice 4 Mario Woods' Supporters Plan Grand Opening March To Super Bowl CityProtesters demanding justice for Mario Woods are planning to march to the Saturday opening of Super Bowl City in San Francisco.
San Francisco Police Solve Dismembered Body In Suitcase Mystery Almost a year to the day after body parts were found stuffed in a suitcase in San Francisco, police say they know exactly what happened.
City Challenges Decision Allowing SFPD Texting Scandal Officers To Keep JobsSan Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera said Tuesday he will appeal a court ruling that found the city’s Police Department could not fire officers who traded racist, homophobic texts because the department waited too long to act.
SFPD Motorcycle Officer Injured In Accident Near Hall Of JusticeA San Francisco police officer on a motorcycle training ride was struck and injured by a minivan this morning near the Hall of Justice in the city's South of Market neighborhood, police said.
Group Of SFPD Officers Accused Of Trading Racist Text Messages To Get Their Jobs BackA group of San Francisco Police officers who were suspended over racist text messages will be back on the force with back pay after a judge ruled Monday that charges were filed too late.
Video: 2 Views On Use Of Deadly Force By SFPDAmid the controversy surrounding a fatal police shooting, Phil Matier spoke with Martin Halloran, president of the S.F. Police Officers Association and with S.F. supervisor David Campos about officers' use of deadly force.
Attorney To File Civil Rights Suit Against SFPD In Bayview Shooting DeathA civil rights attorney plans to file a federal lawsuit on behalf of the family of 26-year-old San Francisco resident Mario Woods, who was killed last week when five San Francisco police officers responding to a reported stabbing opened fire.
Protesters Pack City Hall For SF Police Commission MeetingA controversial meeting of the San Francisco Police Commission suddenly went into recess Wednesday evening after one speaker refused to step down at the end of her allotted time in public comment.
Officers Union Defends SFPD Cops Who Fatally Shot Man Holding KnifeThe San Francisco police officers union issued a statement Tuesday defending five unnamed officers who shot and killed an allegedly armed man in the city's Bayview District last week.