Proposed Charter Amendments Address SFPD Staffing, Public Corruption, City College FundingSan Francisco supervisors introduced a slew of charter amendments during their regular Tuesday meeting, as Tuesday was the deadline for introducing measures for the November ballot.
K-9 Police Officer At San Francisco International Airport Arrested On Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence ChargesA police officer and K-9 handler assigned to San Francisco International Airport was arrested for alleged sexual assault and domestic violence, according to authorities.
SFPD Identifies Tenderloin Man Accused Of Shooting NeighborThe San Francisco Police Department on Wednesday released the name of a man who allegedly shot a neighbor through his front door in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood.
Coronavirus Update: SFPD Sergeant In Special Victims Unit Tests PositiveA sergeant for the San Francisco Police Department assigned to the Special Victims Unit at the Hall of Justice has tested positive for the coronavirus, officials said Tuesday.
San Francisco Police Make Progress On Reforms, But More To Be DonePolice in San Francisco are aiming to increase the pace on 272 reforms required by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2016, as the department may be only 40 percent done with the tasks requested, SFPD officials said Wednesday.
SFPOA Slams DA Chesa Boudin For Dropping Charges In Police Shooting CaseThe San Francisco Police Officers Association is calling for federal intervention to prosecute a man shot by police last month after the District Attorney's Office declined to file charges.
New San Francisco Police Stats Show Drop In Violent Crime; Least Homicides Since 1961San Francisco police released their crime statistics from 2019 on Tuesday and the numbers showed a significant decrease in violent crime.
Fewer San Francisco Police May Respond To Homeless Calls As Resolution PassesFewer San Francisco police may be responding to calls about the homeless following the passing of a resolution Wednesday evening by the city's police commission.
SFPD: Auto Break-Ins Down Slightly In 2019Ahead of the year-end release of statistics on crime, San Francisco police said through the end of November, burglaries from vehicles were down 3 percent.
Nearly 400 San Francisco Police Employees Sue Tetra Tech, Claim Negligence In Shipyard CleanupNearly 400 San Francisco police employees have sued Tetra Tech Inc. in federal court on claims of negligence and racketeering conspiracy.
San Francisco Homicides May Fall To Lowest Level In 17 Years, Police SaySan Francisco homicides may drop this year to their lowest level in 17 years, according to new numbers released by the Police Department Wednesday.
San Francisco Police Arrest 7 In Attack, Stabbing That Left Man HospitalizedPolice in San Francisco have arrested seven suspects in connection with an assault and stabbing incident that occurred last month and left a man hospitalized.
SF Supervisor Apologizes After Seen Chanting 'F*** The POA' With Election Party CrowdSan Francisco supervisor Sandra Fewer issued a public letter of apology after she was seen on video chanting profanities about the union for San Francisco police officers.
SFPD Chief: Reforms Only 11 Percent Complete, Trump Administration To Blame For DelaysA reform effort at the San Francisco Police Department has been ongoing for three years as of this month, but the department has only completed about 11 percent of reform tasks recommended by the U.S. Department of Justice, police Chief Bill Scott said.
70-Year-Old Victim Still Critical After Horrific Divisadero Street AccidentA 70-year-old woman injured in a collision Sunday near San Francisco's Alamo Square remains hospitalized with life-threatening injuries, police said Wednesday.