Public input sought on City Charter changes

Major changes could be coming to the police disciplinary process, and the Department wants you to join in the discussion.

A work group focused on putting together a charter amendment for the June ballot is scheduled to meet on Monday at 10:00 a.m. in room 505 at the Hall of Justice, 850 Bryant St. The public is invited to attend.

Police Chief George Gascon promised to reach out to the public when working on several reforms at the SFPD. Whether the public responds is yet to be seen.
 

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