Vote No

PROP E: Weaken police accountability and expand surveillance (March 2024)

SAN FRANCISCO LOCAL MEASURE

Proposition E would eliminate the requirement for San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) officers to report incidents where force was used, allow SFPD to use untested and highly invasive surveillance technology including face-scanning drones, and increase the number of high speed vehicle chases, which have resulted in innocent bystanders being killed in San Francisco. 

This proposition also makes it harder for the Police Commission to pass any policies that would hold SFPD accountable and ensure transparency.

We strongly oppose Prop E. When police are able to act without transparency and accountability, we’ve seen what happens to BIPOC communities – racial profiling, police brutality, and even murder. The Police Commission would lose its ability to keep SFPD in check if this measure were to pass. We join civil rights groups such as the ACLU of Northern California in warning against the threat of removing restrictions for SFPD to invasive surveillance and dangerous high-speed vehicle chases. Vote NO on Prop E. 

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