謝安宜在灣區土生土長，在芝加哥大學法學院獲得法學博士學位，在加州大學伯克萊分校獲得學士學位。 2014年至2021年，她在三藩市地區檢察官辦公室擔任助理檢察官，一直至力在輕罪和重罪等工作單位任職，然後擔任該辦公室的仇恨犯罪檢察官。 她後來晉升到性侵犯檢控單位，最終晉升為凶殺檢控單位。
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請告訴你的朋友、同事、鄰居正有關此立法，並鼓勵他們參與是次活動 —— 或任何明白我們需要關心打擊犯罪和預防犯罪措施的人士。
‧目前，除非存在「緊急情況」，否則警方甚至被禁止取得或監控第三方擁有或運作的實時監控系統影片 — 「緊急情況」被定義為涉及迫在眉睫的嚴重身體傷害或死亡危險的情況
‧有組織犯罪，無論是在聯合廣場的大規模搶劫，還是在田德隆區的毒品交易集團，還是華埠的零售盜竊或西面社區內專門針對家庭入室盜竊 — 如果執法部門得到了這法案支援，可更有效地解決的犯罪活動
Brooke Jenkins Sworn As San Francisco’s New District Attorney
By Mayor London Breed
After an extensive and lengthy process that included meetings with community members, business owners and attorneys, I appointed Brooke Jenkins as San Francisco’s new District Attorney for her prosecutorial and personal experience that has equipped her to best understand both sides of the criminal justice system.
Brooke is a Bay Area native, received her J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and B.A. from UC Berkeley. She served as an Assistant DA in the San Francisco DA’s Office from 2014 to 2021, where she worked her way up, serving in the Misdemeanor and Felonies Units before working as the office’s Hate Crimes Prosecutor. She was later promoted to the Sexual Assault Unit and eventually the Homicide Unit.
She resigned from the San Francisco DA’s Office in October 2021 as a result of mounting dissatisfaction with the direction of the office. At the time of her departure, she prosecuted over 25 criminal jury trials and completed more than 100 preliminary hearings.
I hear from residents every day that they are frustrated with the state of accountability in our city and have real concerns about feeling safe, but they also don’t want us to move back on the progress we have made reforming our criminal justice system. I will do all that I can to work with our new District Attorney to ensure that we can restore faith in the system while staying true to the promises we have made.
Brooke will serve until November, when she will then run during a special election which will decide who will complete the previous District Attorney’s term through 2023.
I sincerely hope that you will join me in support the work that she will do to protect our community’s safety.
Call To Action: Support Crime Prevention And Investigation
Right now, the San Francisco Police Department is barred from accessing any live video to solve or prevent crime except if there is imminent danger of serious injury or death. This leaves neighborhoods across the city vulnerable to organized criminal activity, such as the mass looting, gun violence, drug dealing, and burglaries that have happened in the city over the past several years.
Tomorrow, July 18th, at the Rules Committee, the Board of Supervisors is considering legislation that I support and am sponsoring would give law enforcement limited, temporary authority to use video footage to help deter, investigate, and solve crime.
They need to hear that residents, workers, large and small business support the use of these tools to help improve public safety in San Francisco.
What to do:
Call and email your supervisor and let them know that you support this legislation to help improve public safety in San Francisco.
Email: [email protected]
Call in to the Monday, July 18th, Rules Committee hearing at 10:00 AM to make your voice heard.
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Tell your friends, coworkers, neighbors about what’s happening and ask them to weigh in too — anyone who understands that we need to care about and invest in crime-fighting and crime prevention tools.
Highlights of the legislation:
Currently, the police are barred from accessing or monitoring even temporarily, live video that is owned or operated by third parties unless there are “exigent circumstances” — this is defined as circumstances that involve an imminent danger of serious physical injury or death
If this standard is not met, the police cannot access live video even on a temporary basis
This intentional blinding of law enforcement does not make sense and it does not make us safer.
Organized crime, whether it’s mass looting in Union Square or drug dealing rings in the Tenderloin, or retail theft in Chinatown or brazen home burglaries on the Westside — these are all criminal activities that law enforcement can address more effectively if they have their eyes open
This legislation will allow police to use non-City cameras and camera networks during large scale events with public safety concerns; for investigations of active misdemeanor and felony violations; and investigations into officer misconduct
There are strong guardrails against misuse of this technology
including the right of the owner or operator to refuse any request for access, a mandate for there to be written requests for access that are auditable upon demand, training for command level staff as well as any officer who would have access to video, and explicitly barring using video to target anyone for exercising their First Amendment rights
Video footage can be used as evidence as well to exonerate individuals who may be wrongly accused and help police and prosecutors ensure that they are holding the correct persons responsible
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