In the News

2019

San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Technology (New York Times)

San Francisco Is First U.S. City to Ban Facial Recognition Technology (NPR Morning Edition)

San Francisco Approves Ban On Government’s Use of Facial Recognition Technology (NPR)

San Francisco Just Banned Facial Recognition Technology (CNN)

San Francisco Could Become the First U.S. City to Ban Facial Recognition Technology (AP)

San Francisco Bans City Use of Facial Recognition Surveillance Technology (San Francisco Chronicle)

SF Becomes First U.S. City to Ban Facial Recognition Software (San Francisco Examiner)

San Francisco Is First U.S. City to Ban Facial Recognition (BBC)

San Francisco Bans Agency Use of Facial Recognition Tech (Wired)

San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Technology (Forbes)

San Francisco Bans Use of Facial Recognition Technology By Local Law Enforcement (ABC News Channel 7)

SF to Increase Oversight of Government Surveillance (San Francisco Examiner)

Close Loophole in Proposed “Stop Secret Surveillance” Law (San Francisco Chronicle)

Legislation Would Limit Ability to Fight Crime with Video Cameras (San Francisco Chronicle)

Attorney in the San Francisco DA’s Office Is Queen of Car Break-Ins (San Francisco Chronicle)

2018

Serial Auto Burglar Gets Prison Time After Judge Rethinks Deal Seen As Lenient (San Francisco Chronicle)

SF DA’s Race Begins with a Challenger to George Gascon (CBS News Channel 2)

Should Judges Be Accountable for Multiple Free Passes? (San Francisco Chronicle)

SF Judge Takes Property Crime Leniency to New Level (San Francisco Chronicle)

San Francisco Residents Fed Up With Property Crime (ABC News Channel 7)

Smash-and-Grabs Draw Westside Ire (Westside Observer)

Ex-Police Chief Still Pounds the Crime Beat (Sunset Beacon)

2017

SF's Plan to Deter Auto Burglars From Rental Cars Moves Forward (San Francisco Examiner)

2016

Accountability in Criminal Justice Sought on the Westside (San Francisco Examiner)

Mad as Hell on San Francisco's Westside (San Francisco Examiner)