SFPD Chief Bill Scott Discusses Tasers, Reducing Car Break-Ins

52 min
at 10:00 AM
San Francisco Police Chief William Scott joined the department on Jan 23, 2017. (Photo: San Francisco Police Department)

San Francisco Police Chief William Scott has been the city’s top cop since January. He took over a department with numerous controversies, including a racist text scandal and several officer-involved fatalities. Scott will update us on efforts to reform the department and discuss Friday's vote on whether San Francisco Police officers should be allowed to carry tasers. We’ll also hear what the department is doing to curb the approximately 85 car break-ins reported in San Francisco each day.

Guests:
William "Bill" Scott,
chief, San Francisco Police Department

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