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The legendary homicide inspector discusses the two words that broke the Night Stalker case, the first time Ramirez claims to have killed in San Francisco, and advice for new investigators
Police leaders would be wise to cultivate the intrinsic skills and talents of their officers in purposeful ways to fortify meaningful connections with communities
In a surprise move, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently voted to allow San Francisco PD to deploy robots equipped to deliver lethal force
Waymo said someone threw a firework inside, which set the vehicle on fire
Police Recruitment
SFPD attributes the increase to recent recruiting incentives, such as increased starting pay, a shortened hiring process and free one-day testing events
As the project neared completion, the number of people who jumped fell from an annual average of 30 to 14, with the deaths in the spots where crews had not finished installing the barriers yet
Twenty-eight people were charged with selling drugs in October – nearly half the number of all drug selling charges last year
The bakery said it has a policy “to not serve anyone that is armed in a uniform,” adding that officers are welcome “when they are off duty and not armed”
Sheriff Miyamoto is familiar with Deputy Bloom’s diligent work patterns, confirming that Bloom has consistently put in an astonishing number of OT hours
Smash-and-grab thefts are reaching pre-pandemic highs as tourists return to San Francisco
After the mass shooting on July 1, 1993, with the help of SWAT teams, SFPD changed how it approached skyscraper shootings — clear the tower room by room