Do you feel safe in your neighborhood?
We are fortunate that San Francisco has seen a 10% drop in violent crime this year. But we all agree – we still have a long way to go to make every San Francisco neighborhood safe.
Other cities have seen even more dramatic drops in crime. And there are still San Francisco neighborhoods and transit lines where crime is unacceptably high.
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With 95% of homicide victims under the age of 25 or high school dropouts, how can we make our schools better and safer so young people stay in school and out of trouble? How can we use new technologies without losing our privacy rights? How can we put more police on the streets without putting more politics into public safety?
Hard questions. But resetting San Francisco public safety means finding the best answers.
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|08-02-10||Political Message vs. Public Safety||3||3 years 50 weeks ago|
|08-04-10||Asian American Hate Crimes||5||3 years 44 weeks ago|
|08-04-10||Crime Rates Dropping Effect||0||3 years 51 weeks ago|
|08-05-10||San Francisco Community Ambassadors Program||3||3 years 50 weeks ago|
|08-09-10||Smoking in Parks and at Transit Stops||7||3 years 22 weeks ago|
|08-12-10||crosswalks and walk signals||8||3 years 42 weeks ago|
|08-16-10||Ticket Bicyclists and Pedestriams||4||3 years 39 weeks ago|
|08-19-10||Nightclub Violence||1||3 years 48 weeks ago|