Occupy SF protest guidelines outlined by San Francisco police 

click to enlarge The San Francisco Police Department has outlined what the Occupy SF protesters need to do in order to be able to continue their demonstration outside the Federal Reserve. (Examiner file photo) - THE SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS OUTLINED WHAT THE OCCUPY SF PROTESTERS NEED TO DO IN ORDER TO BE ABLE TO CONTINUE THEIR DEMONSTRATION OUTSIDE THE FEDERAL RESERVE. (EXAMINER FILE PHOTO)
  • The San Francisco Police Department has outlined what the Occupy SF protesters need to do in order to be able to continue their demonstration outside the Federal Reserve. (Examiner file photo)
  • The San Francisco Police Department has outlined what the Occupy SF protesters need to do in order to be able to continue their demonstration outside the Federal Reserve. (Examiner file photo)

Occupy SF, here are the ground rules: No tents, no tarps, no booze, no drugs, no fires, no blocking the sidewalk and no urinating or defecating in public.

But you can protest.

In a letter written Tuesday, San Francisco Police Department Chief Greg Suhr said he met with city leaders and Occupy SF members at City Hall to establish guidelines for the ongoing demonstration in front of the Federal Reserve building on Market Street.

The meeting was meant to keep the peace after police raided the camps last week.

The letter:


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