Tag: SFPD

SFDA Implements Artificial Intelligence To Reduce Racial Bias

SAN FRANCISCO—On July 1, the city of San Francisco will become the first city to implement a new “open-source bias mitigation tool” using artificial...

Drive-By Shootings Leave Two Injured

SAN FRANCISCO—Officials from the San Francisco Police Department are investigating two separate drive-by shootings that transpired on Wednesday, June 5. The first shooting was...

DA Reports Driver Responsible For Rampage Was On Depressants

SAN FRANCISCO—On Wednesday, May 29, at around 2 p.m., officials from the San Francisco Police Department ran the license plate of a stolen vehicle,...

SFPD Arrests Suspect Tied To Fatal Midday Shooting

SAN FRANCISCO—On Monday, May 25, at around 12:42 p.m., officers with the San Francisco Police Department answered a call about a potential shooting at...

SFPD Officer Rain Olsen Daugherty Sentenced For Bank Robbery

SAN FRANCISCO—On February 21, 44-year-old San Francisco Police Department Officer, Rain Olsen Daugherty, pled guilty after being arrested for robbing two banks in November...

SFPD Arrest Suspects Tied To Embarcadero Attempted Murder

SAN FRANCISCO—On May 10, officers with the San Francisco Police Department answered a call of a potential shooting and stabbing on the 300 block...

Suspects Arrested In Death Of Benedict Ching

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department arrested two suspects in connection to the disappearance and death of Benedict Ching, 73, of San Francisco. The...

SFPD Investigating Release Of Jeff Adachi Death Report

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department has released a statement in response on the ongoing investigation regarding the search warrants issued at the residence...

Progress Report On Collaborative Reform Released

SAN FRANCISCO—The California Department of Justice announced on Thursday, May 16, the release of the first report on the San Francisco Police Department’s progress...

SF May Ban Police Use Of Facial Recognition

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco may become the first U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition by police and other city agencies. Government agencies...
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