A San Francisco pizza shop fired an employee, after a group of San Francisco police officers said they were mistreated at the establishment.
The database was previously used by public defenders but is now available to the public through a new law, 2019's Senate Bill 1421.
Andre Senior reports.
Trump has touted his support from the law enforcement community, which includes endorsements from national, city and state officers’ unions.
Breed laid out some of the details on her proposed $13.7 billion budget for 2020-2021 and a $12.6 billion for the following year.
Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer was filmed by a KQED reporter Tuesday evening chanting profanities towards the San Francisco Police Officers Association. The SFPOA responded by sending her Dove Soap and a letter, which in part called upon the supervisor to attend a 40 hour bias training to better understand her apparent hatred of police officers. Christien Kafton reports.
The Police Officers Association has released a radio ad that supports interim Chief Toney Chaplin. Tara Moriarty reports.