San Francisco may be nearing the finish line on its decision to implement Tasers, and an alleged lack of community process is leaving some stakeholders stunned.
Working groups have met in the last few months to craft a draft policy on stun guns (the general term for Tasers, which is a brand name), but some of those groups said the process has been superficial at best.
From the safety of pregnant women to those who are unhoused, San Francisco stakeholders said some of their effort to craft a community-driven Taser policy have been ignored.
“We feel railroaded,” said Dayton Andrews, a human rights organizer with the Coalition on Homelessness.
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