Man Killed in Late-Night SF Bayview District ShootingA man killed in a shooting Sunday night in San Francisco's Bayview District has been identified as 18-year-old Jerome Mallory, according to the city's medical examiner's office.
6-Year-Old Boy Fatally Shot Saturday Night in SF Bayview NeighborhoodA 6-year-old boy died and a man was injured in a shooting late Saturday night in the Bayview neighborhood of San Francisco, police said Sunday.
San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Joins Push For South Africa-Style Truth, Reconciliation CommissionSan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin joins a pilot effort patterned after South Africa's post-apartheid truth and reconciliation commission to confront racism in the criminal justice system.
Woman Critically Hurt After Being Struck By Pipe In SF Bayview FightA fight between two women in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood Thursday evening resulted in the victim being hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after being struck by a metal pipe.
DA Chesa Boudin Not Charging Cases Relying On SFPD Officers With Misconduct HistorySan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin announced Monday that his office will no longer charge cases that rely on statements from officers who have a proven history of misconduct.
Mayor London Breed Calls For Redirecting SFPD Funding To African-American CommunitySan Francisco Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Shamann Walton announced Friday efforts to redirect city funding from the city's police department to the city's African American community in the city's upcoming budget.
SF Police Commissioners Support Ballot Measure to Increase Foot PatrolsSan Francisco police commissioners on Friday joined two city supervisors to show support for a measure for the 2020 November ballot, which seeks to increase police foot patrols.
San Francisco Police Chief Bans 'Thin Blue Line' Face CoveringsS.F. police chief Bill Scott said the city’s rank and file will wear neutral face coverings to defuse a controversy that was sparked when officers at a May Day protest wore masks adorned with the “thin blue line” flag.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Police Chief Warns 4/20 Travelers To Golden Gate Park They May Be CitedSan Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott on Wednesday warned anyone coming to Golden Gate Park on Monday for 4/20 that they could be cited, as the event has been canceled along with several other large gatherings due to the coronavirus.
SF Police Cite 86-Year-Old Anti-Abortion Activist For Violating Stay At Home OrderBay Area health officials issued the shelter-in-place order to try to protect the most vulnerable people in our society. The first ticket for violating that order in San Francisco was handed out to an 86-year-old grandfather.
Couple Found Dead in Downtown SF Hotel Possible Murder-SuicideSan Francisco police are investigating the death of a man and woman found Thursday in a locked hotel room on Cyril Magnin St. as a possible muder-suicide.
Coronavirus Update: 2nd SFPD Officer, Work Partner Of SVU Sergeant, Tests PositiveA second San Francisco police officer assigned to the Special Victims Unit has tested positive for coronavirus, SFPD said Wednesday. The individual was the partner of the first officer who was confirmed infected on Tuesday.
SF SoMa Police Chase Ends With Car Crash Into ScaffoldingTwo men were in custody Thursday night after crashing a car into a building covered in scaffolding in San Francisco's South of Market area.
Woman Arrested For Allegedly Injuring Officer At SFO's Rental Car CenterOfficers arrested a woman last week who allegedly ran over a police sergeant's foot at San Francisco International Airport, injuring the sergeant, police said.
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.