Jamal Trulove, Man Framed By SFPD For Murder, Receives $13.1M From CityA man who spent more than six years in prison after police framed him for murder received a $13.1 million settlement from the city of San Francisco on Tuesday.
Increased Patrols At Bay Area Mosques Following New Zealand AttacksPolice departments in the Bay Area announced additional patrols around mosques Friday in the wake of the deadly attacks on mosques in New Zealand.
Fugitive Recovery Operation Nets 50 Arrests In San Francisco's TenderloinA fugitive recovery operation conducted by the San Francisco Police Department’s Tenderloin Station Wednesday led to 50 arrests of individuals with outstanding warrants, according to authorities.
SFPD To Announce Update On Unsolved 1970s 'Doodler' CaseSan Francisco police are set to announce an update Wednesday in the Doodler case, in which several assaults against gay men were thought to be connected to five homicides in the mid-1970s.
SFPD Reminds Drivers To Stay Safe On Roads With Holiday VideoIn keeping with the increasingly popular trend of law enforcement agencies commissioning videos to promote both a positive public image and safety, the San Francisco Police Department on Friday released a holiday video with a message.
Family Of Man Killed In SF Barbershop Shootout Files Wrongful Death SuitThe family of a 21-year-old man killed by San Francisco police during an alleged shootout at an Excelsior District barbershop earlier this year has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city.
San Francisco Police Sued For Racial Bias After Drug ArrestsA group of black men is suing the San Francisco Police Department alleging racial bias, claiming the men were targeted for arrest by a department plagued with a culture of racism.
Justices Reject Suit Over Racist San Francisco Police TextsSan Francisco can move forward with disciplinary proceedings against police officers caught exchanging racist and homophobic text messages after the California Supreme Court rejected the officers' case.