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SFPD Police Chief Greg Suhr Resigns Amid Protest

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At a press conference Thursday, San Francisco  Mayor Ed Lee announced that he asked Police Chief Greg Suhr to resign. Suhr’s resignation came just hours after an unarmed black woman was fatally shot by San Francisco police. Chief Suhr has been dogged by demands that he step down as criticism mounts over a series of officer involved shootings and several scandals involving racist and homophobic text messages among officers. Forum discusses the crisis and what is next for the SFPD.

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Alex Emslie, reporter, KQED News


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