Calif. chief's proposal for TASERs rejected

The chief has to draft a policy about TASERs before another vote can continue


San Francisco Chronicle

SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Police Commission late Wednesday voted down a proposal by police Chief George Gascon to explore the use of TASERs by the department.

The 4-3 vote denying Gascon that option was accompanied by disagreement among some commissioners about what the agenda item they were voting on actually meant.

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