JUNE 20, 2012 REGULAR MEETING
The Police Commission of the City and County of San Francisco met in Room 400, City Hall, #1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco, at 5:30 p.m.
PRESENT: Commissioners Mazzucco, Marshall, DeJesus, Chan, Kingsley, Loftus, Turman
(Commissioner Kingsley arrived at 5:45 p.m.; Commissioner DeJesus arrived at 6:04 p.m.)
The Commission commended and thanked Lt. Reilly, who will be retiring at the end of the week, for his work with the Commission.
Request of Captain John Garrity to accept gift of 60 t‐shirts from Macy’s Corp to the Tenderloin Police Station to be donated towards the Tenderloin Station National Night‐Out Event, valued at $480.00
Motion by Commissioner Chan, second by Commissioner Kingsley. Approved 6
APPROVAL OF THE REQUEST OF CAPTAIN JOHN GARRITY TO ACCEPT GIFT OF 60 T
‐SHIRTS FROM MACY’S CORP TO THE TENDERLOIN POLICE STATION TO BE DONATED TOWARDS THE TENDERLOIN STATION NATIONAL NIGHT‐OUT EVENT, VALUED AT $480.00
RESOLVED, that the Police Commission hereby approves the request of Captain John Garrity to accept gift of 60 T
‐shirts from Macy’s Corp to the Tenderloin Police Station to be donated towards the Tenderloin Station National Night‐Out Event, valued at $480.00.
AYES: Commissioners Mazzucco, Marshall, Chan, Kingsley, Turman, Loftus
ABSENT: Commissioner DeJesus
Patricia Boyd spoke of crimes in the Cow Hollow district and the upcoming America’s Cup.
Ace Washington thanked the Chief and then went on to talk about the African American out migration.
Eric King asked about an incident in the mid 90s with the FBI and asked if the OCC investigated the matter.
Unidentified congratulated Commissioner DeJesus and thanked Commissioner Kingsley for doing a ride
‐along. He went on to discuss concerns regarding Commissioner Mazzucco’s comments about officers involved in the shooting of Kenneth Harding.
Clyde spoke in regards to an officer involved shooting in Oakland.
REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
a. Chief’s Report
Review of recent activities
Chief Suhr gave a brief update on crime statistics, homicides at 34. Chief Suhr also talked about promotions of 15 lieutenants and 19 sergeants. Chief Suhr then went on to talk about recent events around the Department.
b. OCC Director’s Report
Review of recent activities
Presentation of the OCC’s First Quarter 2012 Quarterly Reports
Presentation of the OCC’s Monthly Comprehensive Statistical Report and Companion Reports for the periods January 1, 2012 through May 31, 2012 & January 1, 2011 through May 31, 2011 and Adjudication of Sustained Complaints in May 2012
Director Hicks reported on recent activities including cases opened and cases mediated.
Director Hicks then presented the OCC’s First Quarter 2012 Quarterly report and the Monthly Comprehensive Statistical report.
c. Commission Reports
Commission President’s Report
Commissioner Mazzucco has no report.
Commissioner Kingsley talked about her ride
‐along in the Mission District and her tour of the Mission Station and thanked the officers involved.
Commissioner Turman talked about the Glide Memorial’s 5
th Anniversary of the Domestic Violence Women’s Program and went on to commend Commanders Biel and Ali for their attendance. Commissioner Turman also commended the Department for their actions this past weekend.
d. Commission Announcements and scheduling of items identified for consideration at future Commission meetings
Lieutenant Reilly announced that the Commission will meet in the Tenderloin District on June 27
Commissioner Mazzucco also announced that there will be no meeting on July 4
th but will meet on July 11th.
ELECTION OF COMMISSION OFFICERS
ELECTION OF PRESIDENT:
Motion by Commissioner Chan, second by Commissioner Kingsley nominated Commissioner Mazzucco as President.
Unidentified nominated Commissioner DeJesus for President.
ELECTION OF VICE PRESIDENT:
Commissioner Kingsley nominated Dr. Joe Marshall for Vice President, second by Commissioner Loftus.
Commissioner DeJesus nominated Commissioner Turman for Vice President, second by Commissioner Chan.
Discussion on the motions then followed.
(The Commission took a brief recess at 6:53 p.m. and reconvened at 7:00 p.m.)
Roll call vote on the two nominations:
Commissioner DeJesus voted for Commissioner Turman
Commissioner Chan voted for Commissioner Turman
Commissioner Kingsley voted for Commissioner Marshall
Commissioner Turman voted for himself
Commissioner Loftus voted for Commissioner Marshall
Commissioner Marshall voted for himself
Commissioner Mazzucco voted for Commissioner Marshall
RESOLUTION NO. 12
ELECTION OF PRESIDENT OF THE POLICE COMMISSION
RESOLVED, that Commissioner Thomas P. Mazzucco shall serve as President of the San Francisco Police Commission.
AYES: Commissioners Marshall, DeJesus, Chan, Kingsley, Turman, Loftus, Mazzucco
ELECTION OF VICE PRESIDENT OF THE POLICE COMMISSION
RESOLVED, that Commissioner Joe Marshall shall serve as Vice President of the San Francisco Police Commission.
AYES: Commissioners Kingsley, Loftus, Marshall, Mazzucco
NAYS: Commissioners DeJesus, Chan, Turman
PUBLIC COMMENT ON ALL MATTER PERTAINING TO CLOSED SESSION
VOTE ON WHETHER TO HOLD CLOSED SESSION
Motion by Commissioner Turman, second by Commissioner Kingsley. Approved 7
(7:09 p.m. – 7:18 p.m.)
a. PERSONNEL EXCEPTION: Assignment of an Appeal of the Chief’s Suspension filed in Case No. ALW D11
‐2401/IAD 2010‐0268 to an individual Commissioner for the taking of evidence on a date to be determined by the Commissioner
(Present: Commissioners Mazzucco, Marshall, DeJesus, Chan, Kingsley, Loftus, Turman, Chief Suhr, Commander Tomioka, Inspector Monroe, Lt. Reilly, Attorney Worsham, Mr. Steve Johnson)
Assigned to Commissioner Kingsley. (Resolution No. 12
b . PERSONNEL EXCEPTION: Status and calendaring of pending disciplinary cases
(Present: Commissioners Mazzucco, Marshall, Chan, Kingsley, Turman, Loftus, Chief Suhr, Commander Tomioka, Inspector Monroe, Lt. Reilly)
VOTE TO ELECT WHETHER TO DISCLOSED ANY OR ALL DISCUSSION HELD IN CLOSED SESSION
Motion by Commissioner Turman, second by Commissioner Marshall for non disclosure. Approved 7
Motion by Commissioner Chan, second by Commissioner DeJesus. Approved
Thereafter, the meeting was adjourned at 7:20 p.m.
Inspector John Monroe
San Francisco Police Commission