The city of San Francisco on Tuesday reached a financial settlement of an undisclosed amount with the mother of a man fatally shot by five police officers.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon announced Thursday he will not seek charges against officers involved in two high-profile fatal police shootings.
At least 60 people have applied to be San Francisco’s next police chief, with 11 of those applicants being current or former members of the …
San Francisco police Chief Greg Suhr has resigned following today’s fatal officer-involved shooting in The City’s Bayview District, Mayor Ed Lee said Thursday. Lee said in …
San Francisco’s Proposition D on the June 7 ballot is intended to step up the level of scrutiny around officer-involved shootings.
The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department is investigating allegations that four journalists were injured by deputies during protests over the “Frisco 5” at City Hall.
Five hunger strikers have been hospitalized after fasting for 16 days to try and force San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee to fire police Chief Greg Suhr.
More than 100 citizens loudly chanted “Fire Chief Suhr!” and “Justice for Mario Woods!” at the first of three public meetings organized by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Police training will now emphasize the need for time, distance and de-escalation in dealing with armed suspects in an effort to avoid officer-involved shootings.
An autopsy showed Mario Woods suffered 17 gunshot wounds with “back to front” trajectories.
U.S. Justice Department and San Francisco officials announced Monday that the Justice Department will review the city’s police policies and practices.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution establishing July 22 as “Mario Woods Day.”
The voices of dissent sounded loud and clear Wednesday night, as San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr withstood a barrage over the shooting of Mario Woods.
The family of Mario Woods, shot and killed in San Francisco last month, is urging the U.S. Department of Justice to examine the case.
More than a dozen protesters marched to the house of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Thursday.
Dozens of people gathered in San Francisco’s Bayview District Thursday at a memorial service for 26-year-old Mario Woods.
The San Francisco Police Officers Association is now urging The City to issue stun guns to officers.
Civil rights attorney John Burris plans to file a federal lawsuit on behalf of the family of 26-year-old San Francisco resident Mario Woods.
Angry residents called for Police Chief Greg Suhr’s resignation Friday evening at a packed community meeting in San Francisco’s Bayview District.
Five San Francisco police officers who are believed to have opened fire on 26-year-old Mario Woods after an alleged stabbing in the Bayview have been placed on administrative leave.