Tag: Greg Suhr
The man killed, 28-year-old Alejando Nieto, had a Taser for his job as a nightclub security guard.
Police chief promises focus on dangerous intersections and a crackdown on most common infractions.
A 39-year-old Daly City man says he targeted consulate because he was hearing voices speaking Chinese.
On ‘KQED Newsroom’: Department deals with an ugly incident and prepares to equip officers with cameras.
5-year-old from Siskiyou County gets to live his ‘Batman’ fantasy — after long fight with leukemia.
Occupy SF: Interview w/ Arrestee; Chief Suhr Chat w/ Demonstrators; Video — Last Night’s Confrontation
Last night, police arrested five Occupy San Francisco protesters in what Bay City News calls a “heated confrontation” over police confiscating the demonstators’ tents and camping gear at Justin Herman Plaza. The Bay Guardian reports it this way: Police were by many accounts more aggressive than in the previous raid, which was the first direct […]
I’m just finishing up my radio report on tonight’s town hall meeting at the Bayview Opera House in San Francisco’s Bayview district, organized in response to Saturday’s police shooting of 19-year-old parolee Kenneth Harding. The standing-room-only event degenerated into chaos and started clearing out soon after SFPD Chief Greg Suhr took the podium. Eventually he […]
Good profile of new SFPD Chief Greg Suhr by Matier & Ross in today’s Chron. M&R describe his career as a “rollercoaster.” The ups: Suhr’s most recent command was in the high-crime Bayview district, where homicides have dropped nearly 50 percent since he took over as station-house commander in October 2009… He was also the […]