Karin Drucker

Karin Drucker is an organizer for the Central City SRO Collaborative. She writes regularly on issues affecting the Tenderloin and SRO tenants, as well as on criminal justice issues.

Articles by Karin Drucker

Chief Suhr addresses over 300 people at hearing on Tenderloin police station redistricting, Jan. 28

Will SFPD Keep Tenderloin Together?

Posted April 8, 2015 by

In the midst of turmoil, upheaval and the fall out following shameful behavior from some of San Francisco’s sworn officers, SFPD still has a chance to respond to community needs. Early this year, we covered the Police Department’s process of
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Residents Help Beautify Tenderloin

Posted February 12, 2015 by

“Sweetheart, this isn’t the first garden I’ve planted.” “….All right, are we gonna work together or not?” So went an a-typical conversation on Jones and Golden Gate on a sunny Tuesday morning. The speakers were Randy Campbell and Mary Hiles,
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SFPD Plan puts Westfield Center in Tenderloin station while excluding blocks in the Uptown Tenderloin Historic District

SFPD Redistricting Plan Fails the Tenderloin

Posted December 15, 2014 by

While San Franciscans spent the evening of December 10th lining up for sandbags and fighting over batteries in anticipation of stormageddon, a commissioned panel of experts presented the police department’s plan revised boundaries of district boundaries. Most stations’ borders changed
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Chief Suhr must allow public input on redistricting

Public Bypassed in SF Police Redistricting

Posted November 3, 2014 by

Redrawing the lines of San Francisco’s police districts may seem like a dry topic, but I hear about it from Tenderloin residents all the time. According to SFPD Chief Greg Suhr, the process of demographics analysis for redistricting is currently
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