Public Trust in SFPD Shaken
In recent months, scandals within the San Francisco Police Department have shaken public trust. KQED NEWSROOM's Thuy Vu and Scott Shafer take a deeper look at some of the issues plaguing the department, ranging from bigoted text messages to problems in the crime lab.
You'll hear from Police Chief Greg Suhr and District Attorney George Gascón, as well as Matt Gonzalez, chief attorney for the San Francisco Public Defender's Office, and SFPD Sgt. Yulanda Williams, president of Officers for Justice.
Additional guests include:
• David Campos, San Francisco supervisor
• Joyce Hicks, executive director of Office of Citizen Complaints