Community Policing: Can an Old Idea Be an Answer for San Francisco?

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Calls to improve public safety have covered a spectrum: At one end, moving funds from police to service workers. On the other, beefing up police budgets and getting more officers on the street. But for decades, departments across the country have been working on a strategy called community policing, intended to improve trust in and collaboration between residents and officers. In San Francisco, different neighborhoods have different relationships with the police force. From Chinatown, where officers were embedded in the Ping Yuen apartments, to the Mission, where a local advocate says they do what they can to not call on police, we look at what the SFPD is doing with community policing. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod

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