San Francisco commissioner slams police panel
Susan Sward, Chronicle Staff Writer
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San Francisco's leaders are failing to push for reforms of the city's Police Department at a time when the homicide rate is rising, department staff size is falling and officer morale is nearing an all-time low, a key member of the police commission says.
Commission Vice President Theresa Sparks, named to her post two years ago by the Board of Supervisors, made her remarks at the Wednesday night police commission meeting while explaining why she would not support the re-election of Louise Renne for another year as panel president.
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