The Badge: On the beat with the San Francisco PD




June 11, 2007

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The Badge: On the beat with the San Francisco PD
The Badge: On the beat with the San Francisco PD The relationship between the media and law enforcement is often adversarial. Reporters appear to seek the sensational elements of a crime story, often to the detriment of the police, and officers tend to be uncooperative with journalists they seem to instinctively mistrust.

Not so with "The Badge," a new series presented by a San Francisco Chronicle reporter/photographer team embedded with the SFPD

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