San Francisco Police Officers Sue City, Claiming Bias Against Whites In PromotionsThirteen present and former San Francisco police officers sued the city in federal court Tuesday, claiming that they have been discriminated against in promotions because they are white.
Unrelated Shootings In San Francisco Leave 2 InjuredPolice in San Francisco are investigating two unrelated shootings that happened Friday and Saturday in the city’s Bayview District, both of which left a person injured.
Drive-By Shootings In San Francisco Leave 2 InjuredSan Francisco police are investigating two separate drive-by shootings in the city late Wednesday night.
Search Warrant Reveals SFPD Sought to Monitor Journalist's Phone Before RaidSan Francisco police allegedly monitored a journalist's phone calls in the weeks before they raided his home and office on May 10 to investigate a leaked police report, according to documents released Friday.
Suspended SFPD Officer Sentenced For Robbing 2 BanksA suspended San Francisco police officer was sentenced in federal court Thursday to two years and six months in prison for robbing two banks in the city last year.
Police Union Calls for SFPD Chief to Resign After Apology for Raid on JournalistAccusing police chief William Scott of a "pathetic ... display of self-preservation," the head of the police officers' association Saturday called for Scott to resign after the chief apologized Friday for an SFPD raid on a journalist's home.
S.F. Shooting Suspect Arrested in Oakland Following Transbay Police ChaseSan Francisco police said Saturday that a suspect fleeing the scene of a shooting in the city's Tenderloin District was taken into custody in Oakland after leading officers on a chase across the Bay Bridge.
61 Fugitives Arrested In San Francisco Police OperationA fugitive recovery operation by police in San Francisco on Wednesday resulted in 61 arrests.
Man Found Fatally Shot Early Saturday on San Francisco StreetThe victim, whose name has not been released, was pronounced dead at the scene on Turk Street in San Francisco.
California Journalists Condemn Police Raid of Reporter Investigating Adachi's DeathFreelance reporter Bryan Carmody said police and FBI raided his home, keeping him handcuffed, as they tried to find information identifying the source who provided him with a copy of a police report on the death of Jeff Adachi.
San Francisco Police Warn Of Phone Scammers Demanding Payment For Warrants, FinesPolice are warning residents to be on the alert for calls from scammers, sometimes using caller ID spoofing to display the San Francisco Police Department’s number or other official-looking number, demanding payment for a outstanding warrant or other fine.
Friends, Family Mourn Chess Player Fatally Shot At People's Park By Suspect In Bay Area Killing SpreeFamily and friends gathered at People’s Park to hold a vigil for Calvin Kelley, a father of 4 who was shot and killed at a picnic table where he often played chess and dominoes with friends.
Suspect In 2 Bay Area Killings Suspected In 3rd Fatal Shooting in BerkeleyStefon Jefferson, who was arrested Friday in Nevada in connection with two fatal Bay Area shootings the same day, is also a suspect in a third deadly Friday shooting, this one in Berkeley, police said Saturday.
San Francisco Police Arrest Man Who Allegedly Carjacked WomanAn unarmed man was able to carjack a vehicle as it was stopped at a red light Wednesday near San Francisco’s Dolores Park, according to police.
SFPD Apologizes For Leaks During Investigation Of Jeff Adachi's Death"On behalf of Chief Scott and the police department ... we apologize to the Adachi family for that report being released," an SFPD commander said on Thursday.