#SFPD kills property crime units proposal

San Francisco supervisors will no longer pursue a mandate for police to create neighborhood units targeting the epidemic of car break-ins.

It’s pretty obvious the SFPD doesn’t want to be bothered.

After conversations with police Chief Bill Scott, supervisors Norman Yee and Hillary Ronen pulled back on legislation Wednesday morning that would have required police to assign at least one officer to a property crime unit at every station.

Source: UPDATE: SF supes drop proposal mandating police property crime units – by m_barba – October 4, 2017 – The San Francisco Examiner

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  1. They’re admitting that they can’t control the criminals released under AB 50 & Proops 47 &57.. The criminals have won.

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