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Making SFPD Accountable: A Community Conversation
Date Saturday September 24
Time 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location Details
San Francisco Main Library, Koret Auditorium
100 Larkin St. (Enter on Grove St.)
San Francisco, 94102

Wheelchair accessible
Event Type Conference
Making SFPD Accountable: A community Conversation
Saturday, September 24, 2016
10:00am - 2:00pm
Sponsored by
San Franciscans for Police Accountability

The evidence is clear: SFPD is badly broken, and is in need of transformational change. The Blue Ribbon Panel on Accountability studied SFPD and made recommendations for change. Our Community Conversation will engage citizens, and unite voices to ensure that change occurs.
All are invited to learn more about the Blue Ribbon Panel's recommendations for transforming SFPD and about groups working on police accountability.

Hear from families who have lost loved ones to police brutality and a diverse panel of speakers on the Blue Ribbon Panel.

-LaDoris Cordell, Blue Ribbon Panel judge
-John Crew, ACLU Police Practice expert
-David Campos, SF Supervisor, former Police Commission Member
-Anand subramanian, Blue ribbon Panel Executive Director
-Cristine Soto DeBerry, Chief of Staff, SF District Attorney
-Daniel Landrey-Muhammed, Justice 4 Mario Woods Coalition member
-Alex Salazar, former LAPD Ramparts officer, current police activist
-Ray Marshall, former president San Francisco Bar Association

Blue Ribbon Panel Executive Summary & Full Report:
Facebook / RSVP:
Free; Light lunch provided

Info: David Carlos 415 426-0738
Karen 917 686-2041

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