(Photo from SafeSF.org) The Coalition for a Safe San Francisco has been working with Supervisor Jane Kim on a local Ordinance addressing the relationship between the SF Police Department and the FBI, through the Joint Terrorism Task Force. The Ordinance will be introduced soon! Please check back for updates.
The ordinance ensures that local city laws will be enforced, and public safety and civil rights are protected in SFPD participation in the Joint Terrorism Task Force. Additionally, the Ordinance will increase transparency, local control, and civilian oversight over San Francisco’s relationship to the FBI.
Introduction of the Safe San Francisco Civil Rights Ordinance
The introduction of the Safe SF Civil Rights Ordinance will take place in City Hall room 250 at 2:00pm at the regular Board of Supervisors Meeting. We anticipate the introduction soon, so please check back for more information.
What: Introduction of Safe SF Civil Rights Ordinance will take place in City Hall room 250
Who: Coalition for Safe San Francisco
Where: City Hall Room 250
When: Date TBD (Tuesday at 2pm)
Why: We are asking community members to be present to show support for the passage of the city ordinance to ensure protection of San Franciscans civil rights and ensure that local police abide by local laws.
The Arab Resource and Organizing Center will be holding a community luncheon on February 18, 2012 in the Tenderloin. The community luncheon will include information about the ordinance, workshop on city hall process, and group workshop on giving testimonials. Lunch will be served. The luncheon will involve local leaders of the Arab community and staff from AROC and ALC. Interpretation provided in Arabic and English.
If you would like to attend, please RSVP to ashwak(at)araborganizing.org for full details.