SFPD Chief William Scott Discusses Use of Force and Community Trust

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at 9:00 AM
San Francisco Police Chief William Scott joined the department on Jan 23, 2017. (Photo: San Francisco Police Department)

William Scott became San Francisco's police chief early this year after former chief Greg Suhr was forced out amid numerous controversies including several officer-involved fatalities and a scandal involving racist and homophobic texts between officers. Chief Scott came to San Francisco from Los Angeles, where he was the highest ranking African-American police officer. Forum talks to Chief Scott about efforts to reform the city's beleaguered police department and restore the community's trust in their police force.

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William Scott,
chief of police, San Francisco Police Department

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