CEO Lena Miller made her first public comments on her nonprofit allegedly performing unlicensed security work.
Join The Standard’s editor-in-chief Jonathan Weber for an in-depth discussion with San Francisco’s top lawyer this Thursday at 2 p.m. PT.
The proposal is meant to ensure San Francisco police never use rape kit DNA to arrest another sexual assault victim in an unrelated crime.
San Franciscans will vote on the recall of District Attorney Chesa Boudin on June 7, 2022. Discover the latest news and coverage about the recall election from The San Francisco Standard below.
Youth from the Young Women’s Freedom Center–many of whom were themselves incarcerated–advocate for mental health services as the city transforms its juvenile justice system.
The group, called Mothers Against Drug Deaths, says the city should address open-air fentanyl dealing before drawing tourists back downtown.
Supervisors on Monday called on Kevin Michael Benedicto to strike a balance between holding officers accountable and supporting them.
Leaders of the local NAACP chapter have objected to the recall of DA Chesa Boudin, but the list of potential candidates to replace him is growing.
The district attorney resolved over 1,000 cases in 2021 through diversion programs, which range from collaborative and neighborhood courts to mental health diversion.
Senior reporters Josh Koehn and Michael Barba discuss the public fight between the city’s top law enforcement officers, and what it means for justice and policing.