Office of Citizen Complaints

SFPD Chief Greg Suhr addresses the community during a Town Hall meeting in response to the April 7 police shooting death of Luis Gongora held at the Laborers Internationl Union building in San Francisco's Mission District Wednesday, April 13, 2016. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

SFPD watchdog spars with chief over officer discipline in rare public disagreement

A San Francisco police officer who sent inappropriate text messages to a…

 

(MIke Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

ACLU opposition to LAPD body cameras may impact SF debate

As San Francisco officials debate when police should be allowed to review…

 

Bret Putnam/S.F. Examiner file photoThe Office of Citizen Complaints released a study that says both officers and citizens believe the complaint process is flawed — but they disagree on who it favors.

Citizens and cops alike not pleased with police watchdog agency

Officers and those who file complaints against them are not satisfied with…

 

mike hendrickson/Special to the S.f. ExaminerBenjamin Bac Sierra

Family of man killed by SF police prepares to sue The City, claims the shooting was unjustified

The family of the man who was fatally shot by officers March…

mike hendrickson/Special to the S.f. ExaminerBenjamin Bac Sierra
Mike Koozmin/the S.F. ExaminerJoyce Hicks

Complaints against SF cops hit low mark, but public remains skeptical

Joyce Hicks, the head of The City’s only body with the sole…

Mike Koozmin/the S.F. ExaminerJoyce Hicks

Our citizens gripe about craziest stuff

I spend a fair amount of time digging through reports to find…