San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and Police Chief David Nisleit last week made another sudden announcement to enact more police reforms. Again, they caught people off guard. Unlike before, when they made clear changes in policy,
A group of local library supporters and historians has launched a social media campaign to fight San Diego’s recent decision to end its 137-year tenure as an official depository for federal public documents.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer and police Chief David Nisleit Wednesday announced the city's adoption of two "stand-alone policies" designed to address community concerns about excessive use of force on the part of the San Diego Police Department and resulting potential for "unnecessary loss of life.
Local civil rights activist Shane Harris and a handful of other leaders from minority communities in San Diego County Monday announced opposition to a proposal that the county create an Office of Equity and Racial Justice, saying the proposal falls short ...
San Diego may take a key step Tuesday toward more rigorous police oversight, transparency and accountability. The City Council is scheduled to evaluate a proposed November ballot measure that would create a new police review board with the power to launch independent misconduct investigations and subpoena witnesses.
San Diego officials are projecting they’ll take in less property tax revenues based on predictions of a rise in tax delinquencies and in foreclosures linked to the pandemic. Property tax, the city’s largest and most consistent revenue stream,
We asked the San Diego mayor, city attorney, City Council, and all the mayoral, city attorney and council candidates about the future of San Diego policing. But maybe, just maybe, something has changed now.