As Use-of-Force Policy Stalls, SF Officials Blame Police Union

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San Francisco officials approved a new law enforcement use-of-force policy earlier this year, inspired by a controversial police shooting last December. But the local police union is being accused of hindering its implementation. At a meeting Tuesday, a city supervisor criticized the union's "outsized influence" and suggested it seeks to "hark back to the 1950s . . .

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