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trict attorney's office to get the juveniles off the street and more than a quality of life matter in the third is working with the judges as well doing they're part in getting the individuals off the street and work with us as we are getting a request to stay away - so thank you very much >> great, thank you mr. burk. >> next speaker. >> i'm part of the buena vista group i live in the other neighborhood i'm the dad that has you know the double story with the twins and boy there's a lot of chaos when i look at the judge the safety issues around the park that is an area to avoid you know it's an area hass as a parent i'm concerned about
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the menacing nature we have a go-go area i wanted to thank captain he's welcome as well as officer strong that do a fabulous job but my colleague david alluded to the officers are doing an incredible job and as a dad i know i want to give - you do you give your lives daily but the issue we need to insure the charging deputies the judges and you know really collaborated to make sure their prosecuted under the laws we're not asking for anything above and beyond that and appreciate senator edwards leadership in showing up here and asking really to kind of bring the groups together to help our
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police officers because the people coming out and they get agreed and people come back and mention u.s.s. we represent a group p from the various neighborhoods and working to establish the channels but we're at the point we're concerned from a prospective we want to begin to mobile lids we need our help this is kind of the last report we are raising our voices saying this challenge that we face from the safety prospective needs to be addressed thank you. >> in a brief comment willie brown and i had a different life and were a concerned neighbor did the project you're talking
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about we're talking about off lines there are successful model. >> examine welcome. >> i'm christen evans i live on hate street and on the board of the hate ashbury we represent over one hundred and 50 residents on hate street when i purchased - when of the found in 1996 the captain was john and since then we'll have captain spirit and captain john and now this captain and this is the captain of seven years in that time i've had a chance to get to know the beat officers some are my favorite they're here including the paroling beat
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officers patrolling regularly we had to deal with thefts and 20th century 20 incidents and recently a sexual one this is the time with the - it's been terrific having the captain at the street station i'll not hesitate to go on record to support your work i wouldn't want any other district to know this they might give him away so i appreciate him we love that he gets out of his office to have communications with the community and the advisory committee i've only had positive interactions whether he's gone on record with our supervisors office about his
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support of lighting or whether it is supporting protesting things open hate street things to positional challenges on hate street. >> last year, i testified my concerns we had a shortage of police officers. >> time is up. >> excuse me. ma'am, your time is up. >> thank you. >> chief help me with this i'm going to stop tangling i've heard our concern about the number of captains but i think some are coming off of retirement so some things are not in the control of the captains sometimes they just retire. >> thank you next speaker welcome. >> my name is lawrence rosenfeld i am a member of the
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committee down in the - we're a small group that has guidelines that are rectified by residents i see today as neighborhood leave swapping i didn't referred to social media the problem i was to brought to your attention that a lot of the noise that goes on between soviet union's and coming out from the department which maybe part of the problem that soviet union's posts something about an incident or series of incident in complete ignorance and i sit there wondering how i can get official information that is appropriate to go out to the community and respond to people and try to bring a level of understanding
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in the community by a what san francisco police department has done and is doing about a variety of different types of things for example some years ago we had an unhoused person unable to stay on their meds who was between paperwork district and terryville district causing a nuisance it was a great deal of work and captain park station and the public defender came up with a solution for this person and got back on their meds and not caused any more problems that was a win-win for all concerned unfortunately on social media the neighborhood goes on and on there was a wave for the people in the neighborhood to get information
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to suppress the information so - >> thank you, mr. rolling field i agree i'm on the outer side i appreciate your from. >> next speaker. >> commissioners welcome to the park district i'm richard until david burk fortunately took the lead i was the leader of the association for many years and also here as a private citizen and 39 year resident of the district by buena vista park as part of my time i've had the opportunity to work with the captains and i was also on the park c pad and one of the parked representatives over in the assignment i subcontracted with the expand it which is extremely
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focused and responsive and very creativity and a solid leader of his officers and had an opportunity to interact this past year since i'm a private citizen very appreciative of the responses i had an incident in the apartment building where i live there of the superb activities in the afternoon it was a c call but i called it in didn't know she was going to be making a powerful presentation but the officer happened to be the officer that responded it wasn't busy there was marry important things she bifurcated up to respond it was a prompt a response especially under the busy circumstances she was understanding and sympathetic
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and very creative in how she dealt with it she was open the phone number and she was on the phone or the radio channel with others as a result of her fast responsive o response the suspects were combntd and i want to thank park station for the wonderful teamwork at all levels. >> thank you, mr. ma gear. >> welcome. >> i'm on the north side panhandle association board i'm here to thank the station and all officers and i think part of our took him in the neighborhood for more years than i can say on the record all of the officers at park station they do very
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well, i want to thank them and make two quick points we've having had violent crimes not only at park station but in district five hundred i want to make sure that the commission continues to make a effort to chief and hold the officers to highest standards and reminder remember that southern california the violent crimes whether someone is shot and kindly like the boys in the car on hate street those are important things and want to make sure we have the resources you know to continue to focus those resources second point i wanted to make second the commission about the social media policy and would like to comment i'd like to see our san francisco police officers you know we live in one
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of the most item savvy placed on the planted i think we need to give our police officers tools to interact quickly and really can you remember the commission to look at how we can use technology better with our officers to make the community safer and you know associate i know or you know, i think it is important to have the policies the chief and i want to make sure you understand that that is important and also i'd like to see us actually, the police department be a benchmark for the technology thank you. >> thank you, ms. gil i know the chief wants to jump up and talk about the cell phones you can ask her there's listen the
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chief has great things to say about cell phones and google translations. >> i'm with the neighborhood association thanks for being here i want to do thank chief suhr for his leadership in the last two years the chief for vision zero to reduce the fatalities also and focus on the disturbing issues with the text i hope that is resolved quickly and at the district and states level the chang captain has been responsive i do think we have some of the best officers here i appreciate their responsiveness and the crisscross intervention team it is i see them and have to comment they do a wonderful job
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and i i know that their fog thank god be absolutely wonderful and make sure there's a budget for their programs and thank you for the captain for the first responders and for every issue in our meetings and everything i have an issue that's significant is the redistricting this is in the north end we're asking it to be allotment has been put into it but the redistricting the chief we have no issues with the stations but the northern - richmond district ku9 off the north end 59 fulton so we're opening up
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communication between the two we request that perhaps this is a more natural barrier in that enter it is a much relishing. >> i believe the north panhandle september united states information and we'll be presenting this to the meeting on april 8th thank you for that e-mail. >> ms. brown welcome. >> as everyone knows i'm coming here concerning my son audubon society drive in april 14, 2006, the crimes in the neighborhood my son i live in a known northern panhandle district 5 my son was murdered shot 45 times with an semiautomatic gun we
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have the names of every person that shot my sonata 850 bryan those are not names i'm picking out of a hat those names are the guys that shot my son paris jason thomas arrest hunter and one of them are deceased now but the point we talk about f this i'm still hurting and in pain i'm a mother that is hurting for her son here 17 year-old boy that was ms. short i want to show you what i have left of my son that i have a remember hits deceased body i showed this and people ask me why this is all i have i want people to see how i feel and
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what i'm going through so, yes, i show them this is my son laying on the gurney dead a 17 year-old boy full of life shot down for saving sons-in-law life he wasn't a criminal noting envelope or been in jail i had to walk across the street to get his diploma his motto every time i come to those places this is my therapy i can't sit through a therapy this is my therapy that is coming here to let you know this case can unsolved still closed it is to me it is i need closure for my son and my family and the case of mr. brown's son in the neighborhood is still unsolved there's an unanimous tip 4154454444 still a $250,000
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regard for the persuasion prosecution in if case thank you, ms. brown for coming. >> i'm part of c pad i want to say i want to thank the captain president chiu son for being copy and tall ones active to our needs and thank you for engaging with our neighborhoods and also our groups and want to is that you've been great to learn from and full of ideas on the crowd controls i also want to echo my issues
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about the redistricting we feel that we should redistrict at border from fulton and want to appreciate the ideas and captain son your wife is good. >> can i echo that second that that's amazing thank you for bringing that up. >> oh, i'll get there. >> dr. joe knows now welcome. >> i needed to come up here and commend the captain and all the officers in the district i'm a merchants i'm a board member for hate ashbury born and raised and i live in walling lever for the last 12 years
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i want to commend the captain and all the officers last year in september i believe it was over successful but the police handled the situations the pest they could and we were definitely getting it together for next year and this year and hopefully, you'll be a better in it but back to having the need we said to speak on the the part of having the pedestrian encourage everyone in the room to help support our needs. >> thank you good job. >> any further public comment? okay hearing none public comment is closed. >> colleagues we'll go back to completing the captains report
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and my colleagues have any questions. >> oh should i offer for the chief that i my questions for the chief i know i've asked thank you, dr. joe. >> thank you for the great presentation you had a great job and congratulate others (laughter) very cool and i'll speak to the issue of technology. >> yeah. >> we were behind 2011 we finally got e-mail and 2012 we (inaudible) department has a web page and warehouse that's searchable and made many, many cases on this approach in 2013 we become at the time the first time department in the united states where every police officer has a smart phone paid for by the 76
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and has internet capacity with the help of commissioner president loftus we have puts information on the phones and able to get you know the one in the head and the one in security we're now as you suggested that we might be up 23r079 when it comes down to technology and now have those all those officers for the captain spoke to the capacity of the technology and on and on i share the desire the commission shares the desire to be that police department president breed under her leadership helped to set the budget it's an incentive but again we've made cascades we never would have made without
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this warehouse we have a great i p during the course decorator and mayor on behalf of the major under sxrerdz leadership and supervisor farrell we could go back to the budget and supervisor david chiu was in charge of the budget for helping police officers but other places as well so we have our act involved if you can that of something that makes us more efficient let united states know. >> question should be able to talk about that so clarifications questions or comments for it the captain or chief no questions okay that's a really some sort of
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record (laughter) wow. many of us are landlords and their stumbled so inspector call the next line item. >> public school open matters property owner to the closed session including public comment on the closed session and ladies and gentlemen, we're going to go into closed session to the point there have a number of things i'll also acknowledge supervisor london breed we're going to to go into closed session thank you all socialization for taking our time to be with us tonight and we're back into open session.
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>> call item 8. >> disclosure any or all items in administrative code. >> colleagues second. >> second. >> all in favor, say i. >> motion carries. >> next line item is line 9 adjournment. >> colleagues there was a tragic loss for california last night the loss of santa fe police officers michael johnson in his memory and in thoughts and prayers to the entire santa fe community and the family for the law enforcement family i'll ask for a motion to adjourn 24 evening meeting in his memory. >> all in favor, say i. the motion passes we're adjourned in the memory of santa fe police officer michael johnson
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