Tag: San Francisco Police Department
Attorneys say witnesses contradict police story, and Alejandro Nieto never pointed a Taser at officers.
Ann Zeis, 26, died in a fall last week. Her family is seeking items that went missing the night she died.
Slaying of Alejandro Nieto on March 21 has created new tensions between SFPD and neighborhood residents.
The parents of Alejandro Nieto, killed by police officers in Bernal Heights Park, seek unlimited damages.
Federal grand jury indictments stem from series of 2011 incidents disclosed by city’s public defender.
New York panel rejects bid by Herman Bell, convicted in three ambush killings of officers in early 1970s.
On ‘KQED Newsroom’: Department deals with an ugly incident and prepares to equip officers with cameras.
by Shoshana Walter, The Bay Citizen Although African Americans constitute 6 percent of San Francisco’s population, they are about seven times more likely to be arrested than whites, who represent 41.8 percent of the city’s population, according to an analysis of recently released statistics from the California Department of Justice. The gap between the arrest […]
by Ernesto Morales The San Francisco Police Department honored two important veterans of the force Wednesday: horses named Riddler and Charlie. The horses were part of the department’s mounted unit and were retired after serving 10 and 12-year stints, respectively. The one-hour tribute held outside Lefty O’Doul’s Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge on Geary included a […]
The SFPD has come out with its own “It Gets Better” video. It Gets Better is the brainchild of columnist Dan Savage and his partner, who a couple of years ago, in the midst of a series of tragedies involving harassed LGBT teenagers, created a YouTube video recounting their experiences as teen victims of gay […]