Posts Tagged: Chief Suhr

Will Chief Suhr Survive?

Will Chief Suhr Survive?

Posted December 14, 2015 by

San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr is the most popular chief among rank and file officers in the city’s modern history. He is unusually popular for two reasons. First, having risen from Tenderloin beat cop to become Chief he knows
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Tenderloin Wins at SF Police Commission

Tenderloin Wins at SF Police Commission

Posted April 16, 2015 by

In a major victory for the Tenderloin, San Francisco’s Police Commission voted 6-0  last night to expand the boundaries of the new Tenderloin police district from Larkin to Polk Street. Tenderloin residents, merchants and nonprofit groups have pushed for this
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Crowd Urges SFPD: Keep Tenderloin Together

Crowd Urges SFPD: Keep Tenderloin Together

Posted January 30, 2015 by

Over 300 Tenderloin residents and workers came to the Kelly Cullen Center on January 28 to send a powerful message from a neighborhood fed up with crime. Most urged the Police Commission to reject a proposed redistricting plan that breaks
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SF’s Focus Turns to Crime

SF’s Focus Turns to Crime

Posted January 27, 2015 by

San Francisco’s economy is booming. But many are upset about crime. This is particularly true in the Tenderloin, where residents, merchants, workers, and thousands of children confront public drug dealing on a daily basis. Why does the city allow such
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Suhr Backs Public Input For Police Redistricting

Public Bypassed in SF Police 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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Why Isn’t Every Night a National Night Out?

Why Isn’t Every Night a National Night Out?

Posted August 7, 2014 by

On Tuesday night, millions across America “took back their streets” through public activities associated with National Night Out. According to the program’s national director, “while the one night is certainly not an answer to crime, drugs and violence, National Night
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