Chan, who was assigned to the San Francisco International Airport bureau and worked as a K-9 handler, was arrested at SFO in the early morning hours of April 10, booked into jail and released later that day after posting $100,000 bail. San Mateo County District Attorney Stephen Wagstaffe at the time said Chan was arrested on suspicion of forcible rape and domestic violence, with the alleged incidents occurring between Dec. 24 and April 1. … [Read more...] about No charges for SFPD officer arrested for rape, domestic violence
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"There are tremendous societal changes that are going to happen in September, and that’s school — and that’s going to perturb the system," said Swartzberg. "We’re going to also have the system perturbed locally with fires. The fire season is predicted to extend through Thanksgiving. We’re going to be inhaling particulate matter through the fall. By November influenza starts to appear. Influenza reaches its zenith typically in January and February. We’ll see influenza start to get better in March and April. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus cases in California are surging: When will the spike end?
The woman — who has an ongoing lawsuit against a former department saying a fellow police officer raped her — filed a discrimination complaint against the Oakland Police Department with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing. In the complaint, which is pending, the woman said she received an email from an Oakland police sergeant telling her she was no longer under consideration for the position. … [Read more...] about Oakland police applicants asked to allow disclosure of whether they were sexually assaulted
A new state law covering public colleges and universities was signed in September and requires each student engaging in sexual activity to verbally agree to participate. If one partner hasn’t clearly agreed, the other could risk campus discipline if a complaint is made. That “affirmative” standard is now a condition for California campuses to receive state financial aid. … [Read more...] about S.F. State’s Title IX coordinator fights to prevent sex assaults
The Alameda County district attorney’s office has charged six men with crimes in the case. Two have taken plea deals. The dispute with City Attorney Barbara Parker’s office led to a six- to eight- week delay in all the Oakland cases, Farrell told The Chronicle. … [Read more...] about Teen testifies Oakland cop coached her how to be good prostitute