SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — San Francisco Police Commission Vice President Damali Taylor announced on Monday she’s resigning after having served on the commission for two years.

In a letter to Mayor London Breed, who appointed Taylor to the commission, Taylor said her resignation would be effective on Thursday.

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Taylor cited work commitments and other public service projects as the reason for her departure.

“While leaving is bittersweet, I am extremely proud of the accomplishments we have made during my time acting as chair of the commission,” she said in the letter. “As chair, I strove to be thoughtful and, most importantly, to leave the Department better than I found it. While there are still miles to go, I leave confident in that being the case.”

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In her letter, Taylor also touted some of the commission’s achievements under her leadership, including the Police Department’s updated use-of-force policy that bans knee-to-neck restraints after the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Taylor’s resignation leaves two vacant seats within the commission.

Breed’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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