San Francisco Police
CNN published exclusive racist text messages allegedly sent by an S.F. cop. This bias case could lead to the release of prisoners he arrested.
Days before the federal government announced a probe of the San Francisco Police in the shooting death of Mario Woods, the department's officers took a pledge to stamp out racism and intolerance.
San Francisco police leaders erupted in anger this week after city officials unanimously approved a day of remembrance for Mario Woods, a Black man who died last month after he was shot up to 25 times by officers during a confrontation.
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Filimoni Raiyawa stopped breathing after his arrest following a car crash. At the time he was wanted for fatally beating an elderly man who had been in his care.
On Friday, the chief of police in San Francisco moved to dismiss at least seven officers who violated Department policy by sending racist, homophobic and “White Power” texts. San Francisco police chief Greg Suhr said Friday that the texts, sent by the officers in 2011 and 2012, “are of such despicable thinking that those responsible clearly fall […]
The San Francisco Police Department is investigating a series of racist and homophobic email and text exchanges between four officers and an ex-sergeant after they were revealed in federal court documents Friday, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The U.S. attorney’s office filed a motion asking a judge to deny bail to former Sgt. Ian […]
Bo Frierson (pictured), a disabled man in a wheelchair, was reportedly trying to help a group of his arguing friends whom police had confronted, when one of the officers reportedly moved his chair out of the way. Another police officer then appeared to tip the man out of his wheelchair and on to the ground — and the […]
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