30 Day Correspondence to Police Commission

Members of the public are not required to provide personal identifying information or personal contact information such as phone numbers or addresses when they communicate with the Police Commission. Written communications may be submitted anonymously and need not include personal contact information. All written communications, including personal identifying or contact information, may be made available to the public for inspection and copying upon request and may appear on the Commission’s website or in other public documents. Personal identifying or contact information will not be redacted.

 

November 8 2019

PDF iconAnonymous Email re DPA SB 1421 Public Interest Balancing - Request for Legal Opinion under SFAC 67.21(i).pdf

November 21 2019

PDF iconAnonymous Email re Legality of Delaying or Preventing Disclosure of DPA Police Misconduct Records.pdf

November 27 2019

PDF iconRe_ Legality of Delaying or Preventing Disclosure of DPA Police Misconduct Records - Letter to the Police Commission, BoS, and SOTF.pdf

December 3 2019

PDF iconPlease ensure strict compliance with Sunshine Ordinance in SB 1421 public records Disclosures - re_ Commission Dec 4 Hearing Public Comment, Items 3 and 4.pdf

December 4 2019

PDF iconAnonymous SOTF 19121 Supplemental Documentation & Proposed Compromised.pdf