Right now, the San Francisco police department has hundreds of reform initiatives. Now is a powerful time to get involved!
San Franciscans deserve clear explanations of what these reforms will do. How are they prioritized?… · More Who is responsible? Why are we making these changes? How will this impact daily life? What about the lives of neighbors? How do we know if a reform is working? What if some people benefit, but other people suffer? Engagement in policing practices of ALL San Franciscans will change our city, is being used as a model throughout California, and has the potential to influence the League's work nationally.
Founder, Project Manager, now Co-Lead of the Observer Corps, Google Drive, Whatsapp, Google Groups · After persuading the LWVSF board to make policing… · More an issue for education, we launched this project area. First, recruiting volunteers to found, develop, and manage three main projects: policing FAQs, observation of policing-related meetings, and interviews with policing-related government officials. Based on early success, the team is now focused on FAQs and the Observer Corps. More information: https://www.lwvsf.org/police/