San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday revealed suggested modifications in public safety and security plans that she states will certainly enable police officers to invest even more time dealing with criminal activity.
During a press conference Tuesday, Breed revealed the suggested modifications in the kind of a ballot measure slated for March.
Here’s what the mayor wishes citizens will certainly claim yes to following springtime:
- Allow police to set up and utilize monitoring electronic cameras, drones, AI and various other modern technology in their policing.
- Change regulations and authorities that avoid SFPD officers from seeking suspects which pressure them to invest hours at their workdesks submitting records instead of out on the roads.
- Reform the city’s police payment, which Breed states modifications plans, concerns contrasting plans and is not needed to discover the expenses of claimed plans neither account to the general public.
“No more ‘No you can’t, no you can’t, no you can’t.’ Let’s get to a place of yes, so we can make our city safer,” Breed claimed.
Breed claimed SFPD in collaboration with area companies like United Playaz and the Street Violence Intervention Program have actually lowered criminal activity in the city and boosted the variety of criminal activities addressed.
NBC Bay Area got in touch with the police payment and the ACLU of Northern California for their take on the suggested ballot measure however had not listened to back since very early Tuesday mid-day.