San Francisco city and police officials Tuesday said they will continue to implement reforms recommended last year by the U.S. Department of Justice.
The officers who shot and killed a Guatemalan man in the Mission District in 2015 will not face criminal charges.
The San Francisco Police Commission is not required to bargain with The City’s police union over provisions of a new use of force policy that would prohibit officers from shooting at moving vehicles, the City Attorney’s Office said Thursday.
A U.S. Department of Justice report released Thursday found racial disparities in traffic stops and searches and a lack of transparency or analysis of office discipline cases.
A year-long investigation into racial bias in the San Francisco Police Department found the department needs more oversight to rebuild trust with the community.
Police in San Jose and Oakland will now patrol in pairs after the shooting of 11 police officers and a civilian Thursday evening in Dallas.
A new group of San Francisco police officers have been accused of exchanging bigoted text messages that emerged during an investigation into allegations of sexual assault.