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admonishment and retraining. and then when it repeats, the chief escalates his discipline and he can explain more. >> so failure -- to notify is down and i would put this in the context of my earlier report. we've given 12,000 more tickets this year than last year. when you consider tickets are up 55 percent and officers are coming back now that there are more. i think it's good we have a handle on it now so it doesn't keep going. >> thank you. i appreciate it. if i may, is there a way that this can automatically be done and put into the system so the officers don't have to take any additional time doing it. i know we make thousands of
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traffic stops each month. >> right -- >> can you explain what that is? >> when you make a contact with a citizen on a vehicle although a bicycle, you have to put in their race and gender breakdown as well to ensure the department isn't disproportionately enforcing against one particular demographic. so in this instance, to answer to your question, it's yes. right now with our motorcycles, since they don't have the same computers that the same police officers do, now they have these crossroads tickets and now it's automatically taken. it used to be in the comment section and it wouldn't translate over. it was one more thing they had to do. if we get to the citations and the rp went out at $7,000.
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everything comes at a cost. at some point in time the answer is yes, i don't know that we are getting the money available to it. two, i was doing everything i can do to get to e-citations. >> commissioner loftus? >> yes. okay. a couple of things. i just wanted to say one thing that i always appreciate about this presentation is that the occ is taking the lesson. so if any individual officer is making the mistake then there is the policy implication and what can we do to better train our officers. so there is an element of what we want. it's not just a matter of one officer did it wrong but it's also taking a look at the policy. one thing i also tend to think about when i hear this report is we hear the cases that were adjudicated
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in 1/4 and listening to them, this doesn't sound like san francisco's finest. it's not the worst that we have heard, during the same quarter, is a quarter three 3 months? i'm not a math person. how many calls per service? >> using last year, it was somewhere around 300,000 calls for service. around 75 thousand people arrested and around 8,000 citations given out a month. so you hear of 6-8 complaint sustained against those in usb that i just gave you that are contacts. >> you did a great job of
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illustrating where we need to do more work and that helps with the scope and scale where the progressive scope is working and we are not repeating the same behavior and there are a number of interactions where we are not getting complaints and also because you do such a great job in outreach and folks know how to make a complaint. that's it for me. >> if i might respond commissioner loftus, while we don't include the context in our quarterly reports because it would add to our work load, we do include the contacts in our annual report so there is more of a context. >> okay. >> thank you so much, director. >> you're welcome. >> thank you very much. please call item 3c. >> commission reports, discussion, commission presidents report and commissioner report. >> i have not new to report
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this week. commissioner loftus? >> i did bike to work from the outer sunset. it's the first time that i biked in a non-recreational way and being on the road. it reminds me of what my grandfather used to say to my mom, "before you judge anyone, walk a myelin ile -- in their shoes" there was some real terrifying moments but great moments. i'm glad the city is trying to grapple with the fact that more folks are riding bicycles as a mode of transportation. it's good and healthy and good for them and we have to do a better job to make sure it is safe for them. i was happy to be a part of that and the chief also, you were on a bicycle. >> i was. >> i didn't see it. i have to take his word for it. the other thing is we -- i'm just
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saying. from a prosecutor, evidence. i didn't see it. we also had a great meeting. i want to share with my fellow commissures. -- commissioners. one big thing is the crisis intervention teamwork that commissioner chair worked on. i had a great meeting with the mental health work last week and commander is doing a great job in moving that forward. it's a diverse excited engaged group of folks who have made a tremendous amount of progress with the department in ways to deal with people in crisis. we'll talk about scheduling them to come before the commission in june because i realize we haven't heard from them in some time and there are some real progress that i made that i think reflects really well on the partnership between mental health experts and how much work we can do as a
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department to improve our response to people in crisis. so i will continue to represent the commission at those meetings and continue to support their work. i made it clear to the group, president mazzucco, all of my colleagues have repeatedly talked about what a commitment it is from this commission to continue to move that forward. i will continue to keep you updated. >> absolutely. this you for doing that. other commissioners. it's remarkable and we are seeing fewer incidents and the best part is seeing officers who want to be trained. it's another tool in their toolbox. i think they actually enjoy it. it's a challenge for them and also from former prosecutors, exhibit 1 for identification. chief on the bicycle. >> can we get this on the overhead. >> the chief is on the
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bicycle. >> the chief standing next to a bicycle. >> with a bicycle on. commissioner hang -- hang it's all yours. >> i want to thank you for mc's the event. president mazzucco when the board of supervisors board meeting ran late was a back up. i i had a meeting and i know president mazzucco was there before. they want me to rays a couple issues. one regarding a particular intersection on farrell with two districts is something of a safe haven area where folks if standing on a particular corner fall into this gap between the two districts. i invite him to
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come to our next meeting so they can address their concerns there. they mentioned that they have a couple of take back the block events coming up. one tomorrow, 5:00-6:00 p.m.. one at 398 eddie and on the 27th to try to organize to take back the community block by block. i would invite any fellow commissioners to attend the take back the block event. i also had a meeting with -- whose sister was killed in 2012 by los angeles county sheriff's. he's looking to improve police response on mental health incidents. hopefully we can invite him at some point to this hearing to share his story. he has a
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very positive story to share. lastly, i had an interview with a chinese language tv channel 26 to address the issue of increased homelessness at square. we did an interview there but while i was there i changed the nature of the interview to talk about the nature with occ. since i knew that was an issue i said what a great agency it was and they had bilingual staff and they should call with issues. there was a caller that called in while we were on the air and talked about a particular incident that occurred over the weekend. i followed up with the chief to report there was a complaint received. >> turman? >> quite by accident but last week i had an impromptu meeting with the folks from
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the san francisco office. what topic of discussion was the time that it takes to receive any kind of indication of an officer involved shooting. they have invited me to come back with another one of my fellow commissioners to sit down and go 32 you that process to find out what we can do to stream line that along. the average time -- is slow. [inaudible] and why it takes so long. >> if i might, i spoke with gaston at your swearing in and expressed the concern that the commission had regarding the length of time it takes with those officer involved shootings. when i first came on the
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commission there were officer involved shootings that were 5-6 years old that were not adjudicated. i spoke with the district attorney about it and he explained the possible reasons and the medical examiners report before they can close their case. i was going to look into and see how many of the cases that are still opened actually involved the medical examiners office, how many cases involved autopsies. the d. a. was made aware of this. we spoke about it on monday and he's going to look into it. >> great. i will add the d. a. office has been incredibly responsive. sharon wu is also willing to stit down with us. i'm glad to see we are getting that response. >> great. let's call item 3d
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commission announcements. >> commission announcements and scheduling of items identified for consideration at future commission meetings? >> any announcements? >> next week is the third wednesday of the month. there will not be a police commission meeting. the following week on the 28, we are in the northern district. the commission will meet at sacred heart cathedral high school theatre. it was 1100 ellis. in san francisco wednesday may 28, 2014. 6 :00 p.m. to hear comments from the public concerning public protection issues. >> thank you, with reference to matters for the agenda, mr. -- ms. mahoney where are we with regard to the officers first rights. i know we have given it additional time.
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where are we at with that now? again i want to address this issue before it becomes an issue. thank you. you have an estimate of when we would be able to have that before the commission? i know it has to go to the occ involved, and the police officers association is involved. do we have a time frame. >> i think hopefully sometime this summer. >> okay. thank you. commissioner loftus? >> i would like to schedule in june the cit working group and invite vinny ing to talk about losing his sister. they said they would be ready. >> your call. take a look at the calendar. >> while i'm looking at that, inspector, ms. mahoney i have a same request about the
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dvdgo? >> that, we are still in discussions on that. i think you will also see that in the summer hopefully earlier. >> by october? dv awareness month. >> june 4 th or june 11th? >> why don't we do june 11th. thank you. >> anything else, commissioners? okay. hearing none it's now time for public comment with reference to line items 3abc and d. good evening ms. brown. i'm here regarding
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my son. he was murdered august 13, 2006 to , to a semi automatic gun. i would like to say his case number. his case no. 606862038. i'm only saying that because if anybody wanted to or know of anything that happened to my son, that's his case number. here are the names of all the guys that murdered my son. one of them is deceased. my son's case is
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a cold case. it will be 8 years coming up. i believe 8 years, and i'm still looking for justice for my son. i was out at city hall on mother 's day with other mother who lost their children to homicide. it wasn't a good day for me. it was a bad day for me standing in the hot sun where i should be in a restaurant with my children. but i chose to stand outside and hold a sign and hold my son's sign up and sat with other mothers. even though i got into it with
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some other mothers because they are not there to do what i'm doing. maybe they are looking for something else. it's sad. but that happened that day i also want to show the pictures of other young men that are murdered. these are all cases unsolved. these are all in the city of san francisco. these are cases unsolved. mothers asked me to show their pictures. i hang out with garcia all the time. she's a fighter. she lost her son. these two men killed her son. this one killed this one, but they both killed her son. i still ask for justice for my child. and again, here are
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all the names of the people that killed my son. >> and again, if anybody has any information that could assist in the solving of this case or any case, the anonymous tip line is 415-575-4444. >> thank you. >> thank you, chief. >> good evening, my name is frida lark. i live in northeast. i would like to thank the chief and staff for helping me get here. the only reason i'm here is they followed me here. they have two dope houses. one underneath me and one away fwr me. the lady that lives under needed she's in the hospital.
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the dope house and they keep hanging there. i ran into a homeless. by the time i got home she has another lady and where my daughter comes from school talking about how she wants to whip my daughters tail. i want to know how they get in. these are two dope houses. i have the address. thank you. >> thank you. >> any further public comment? hearing none, public comment is now closed. >> call next item. >> line item 6 vote to whether to hold item 6 to closed session. >> i want to talk about the
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search warrant. the loud boom was the officers reaching the door. there was no shots fired and no flashed bang used. >> public matter involving will it combaegs -- litigation in the city. hearing none. call the next item. >> vote to hold closed session. >> all in favor say, "aye". >> aye. >> thank you. we are back in open session. you have a quorum. >> thanks very much. commissioners, i have a motion with reference to disclosure the matter to discuss in closed session.
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>> to not disclose. >> all in favor say, "aye". >> aye. >> next item. >> next item adjournment. >> all in favor say, "aye". >> aye. >> have a good night. [ meeting is adjourned ] >> >>
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>> we're here to raise awareness and money and fork for a good accuse. we have this incredible gift probably the widest range of restaurant and count ii destines in any district in the city right here in the mission intricate why don't we capture that to support the mission youths going to college that's for the food for thought. we didn't have a signature font for our orientation that's a 40-year-old organization. mission graduates have helped me
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to develop special as an individual they've helped me figure out and provide the tools for me that i need i feel successful in life >> their core above emission and goal is in line with our values. the ferraris yes, we made 48 thousand >> they were on top of that it's a no-brainer for us. >> we're in and fifth year and be able to expand out and tonight is your ungrammatical truck food for thought. food truck for thought is an opportunity to eat from a variety of different vendor that are supporting the mission graduates by coming and representing at the parks >> we're giving a prude of our
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to give people the opportunity to get an education. people come back and can you tell me and enjoy our food. all the vendor are xooment a portion of their precedes the money is going back in >> what's the best thing to do in terms of moving the needle for the folks we thought higher education is the tool to move young people. >> i'm also a college student i go to berkley and 90 percent of our folks are staying in college that's 40 percent hire than the
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afternoon. >> i'm politically to clemdz and ucla. >> just knowing we're giving back to the community. >> especially the spanish speaking population it hits home. >> people get hungry why not eat and give
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. >> welcome to the san francisco local agency formation commission. my name is john avalos the chair of the commission. joined to my right by commissioner london breed and to my left eric mar. the clerk of the committee is alyssa miller. thank you for your work and broadcast by sfgtv staff. thank you for your work. i would like to make a motion to excuse commissioner campos who couldn't make it here today. do we have a motion? okay. we will take that without objection . madam clerk can you
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call the next item. >> item two is approval of the lafco minutes from the date regular meeting. >> colleagues you have reviewed the minutes. any questions? i see know none. we will go to members of the public. there are no members here and we will close public comment. >> i move approval. >> moved and seconded without objection. item three. >> item three is the community choice aggregation activities report. a status of update on cleanpower sf program. b status update on proceedings on california public utilities commission. >> c status update on the state legislature proceedings. e update on the request for proposals to provide build our plaj for cleanpower sf and e status update on the board of
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supervisors proposed ordinance for community choice aggregation joining supervisor mar. >> as far as to go down the issues here we have worked on the study from the study approved from the last meeting. today we received the draft from the first task. there are multiple tasks involved. i forwarded that to each of your offices so it's in your emails and if you need hard copies let me know. the first part of the first task given that we no longer have a shell agreement or contract if we take procurement and all of the other activities shell would be doing on behalf of the city what would it look like as far as staffing needs and costs? how would this play into a knowledge discussion that is going on at the board of
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supervisors around the power enterprise budget and this is the initial draft and more work to be done. we're literally talking about a week or week and a half to work on this and it gifses a high level synopsis and you have million to $1.1 million that could be available to the power enterprise to pay for cleanpower sf. they would pay them. it doesn't solve their entire budget deficit and i don't think we would do that with the clean power program but it solves part of that program so that's good news from that front if we had a cca program they have another option to utilize that. >> what was the response of the utility commission when you mentioned that? >> we just got it this morning and i haven't talked with them