SFPD releases an 'It Gets Better' video featuring officers 

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  • Joseph Schell/Special to The SF Examiner

San Francisco Police Department Chief Greg Suhr on Friday announced the release of an "It Gets Better" video that features officers from the department.

The video, which is part of a nationwide campaign to end the bullying if LGBT youth, was produced by San Francisco filmmaker Shawn Northcutt, according to the department.

The San Francisco Police Department is the first department in the nation to make a video for the campaign, according to police.

“Today our Police Department joins the nationwide campaign to end bullying of LGBT youth by producing a heartfelt video that provides a message of hope and encouragement that it will get better,” Mayor Ed Lee said in a statement. “San Francisco is a city that prides itself on embracing equality for all and this video is another great example of our commitment to reinforcing our City’s values.”

 


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