- General Public Comment
(The public is now welcome to address the Commission regarding items that do not appear on tonight’s agenda but that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission. Speakers shall address their remarks to the Commission as a whole and not to individual Commissioners or Department or DPA personnel. Under Police Commission Rules of Order, during public comment, neither Police or DPA personnel, nor Commissioners are required to respond to questions presented by the public but, may provide a brief response. Individual Commissioners and Police and DPA personnel should refrain, however, from entering into any debates or discussion with speakers during public comment.)
- Adoption of Minutes (ACTION)
- For the meeting of November 16, 2022
- Consent Calendar (RECEIVE & FILE; ACTION)
- Request to accept donation of $3000 from Hung On Tong Society payable to the SFPD Police Foundation for SFPD Holiday Toy Drive
- Chief’s Report (DISCUSSION)
- Weekly crime trends and public safety concerns (Provide an overview of offenses, incidents, or events occurring in San Francisco having an impact on public safety. Commission discussion on unplanned events and activities the Chief describes will be limited to determining whether to calendar for a future meeting.)
- DPA Director’s Report (DISCUSSION)
- Report on recent DPA activities, and announcements (DPA's report will be limited to a brief description of DPA activities and announcements. Commission discussion will be limited to determining whether to calendar any of the issues raised for a future Commission meeting.)
- Commission Reports (ACTION)
(Commission reports will be limited to a brief description of activities and announcements. Commission discussion will be limited to determining whether to calendar any of the issues raised for a future Commission meeting.)
- Commission President's Report
- Commissioners' Reports
- Commission announcements and scheduling of items identified for consideration at future Commission meetings (ACTION)
- Presentation by the San Francisco Human Rights Commission (HRC) on the feedback from the traffic stop listening sessions (DISCUSSION)
- Discussion regarding draft Department General Order 9.01, “Traffic Enforcement & Curtailing the Use of Pretext Stops” (DISCUSSION)
- Presentation on Homicide Unit: Rewards for Information (DISCUSSION)
Presentation will include what local ordinance allows for the reward, how we establish the reward, how many rewards there are, how many are actively being investigated.
- Presentation on Tenderloin District Narcotic’s Arrests of Juveniles and Transitional Aged Youth (DISCUSSION)
Presentation will include the policy and process officers follow when detaining, booking and/or citing youth and data on youth and transitional aged youth that are booked and/or cited for possession and/or sales of narcotics in Tenderloin
- Presentation of DPA’s Key Issue Report: Public Reporting on Officer Misconduct and Discipline (DISCUSSION)
(Interim Report for the Audit of SFPD’s Handling of Officer Misconduct)
- Discussion and possible action to approve revised DGO 2.01, “General Rules of Conduct,” for the Department to use in meeting and conferring with San Francisco Police Officers Association as required by law (DISCUSSION & POSSIBLE ACTION)
- Public comment on all matters pertaining to Item 15 below, Closed Session, including public comment on Item 14, vote whether to hold Item 15 in closed session.
- Vote on whether to hold Item 15 in Closed Session including vote on whether to assert the attorney-client privilege with regards to Item 15 (a) (San Francisco Administrative Code Section 67.10) (ACTION)
- Closed Session
a. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – Existing Litigation. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) and San Francisco Administrative Code Section 67.10(d)(1):
Francisco Valle v. Paolo Morgado, et al, United States District Court-ND of California Case No. 21-CV-5636 EMC, filed August 30, 2021 (DISCUSSION & POSSIBLE ACTION)
b. PERSONNEL EXCEPTION. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957(b)(1) and San Francisco Administrative Code Section 67.10(b) and Penal Code Section 832.7:
Hearing on non-disciplinary dismissal in Case No. IAD 2021-0146 (ACTION)
c. PERSONNEL EXCEPTION. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957(b)(1) and San Francisco Administrative Code Section 67.10(b) and Penal Code Section 832.7:
Hearing on non-disciplinary dismissal in Case No. IAD 2021-0262 (ACTION)
d. PERSONNEL EXCEPTION. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957(b)(1) and San Francisco Administrative Code Section 67.10(b) and Penal Code Section 832.7:
status and calendaring of pending disciplinary cases (ACTION)
- Open session -Vote to elect whether to disclose any or all discussion on Item 15 held in closed session (San Francisco Administrative Code Section 67.12(a)) (ACTION)
- Adjournment (ACTION ITEM)
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