OCTOBER 24, 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
ABSENT: Commissioner Turman
(Commissioner Marshall arrived at 5:40 p.m. Commissioner Loftus arrived at 5:45 p.m.)
- Police Commission Report of Disciplinary Actions, 3
rd Quarter 2012
- SFPD/OCC’s 3
rd Quarter Status Report on General Orders/Policy Proposals
Motion by Commissioner Chan, second by Commissioner Kingsley. Approved 4-0.
Michael Lyon, SF Gray Panthers, discussed concerns regarding tasers and public meetings being cancelled.
REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
a. Chief’s Report
- Presentation of Certificates of Appreciation
- Review of recent activities
- Presentation of the Document Protocol Report, 1
st, 2nd, & 3rd Quarter 2012
Deputy Chief Tomioka, for Chief Suhr, introduced Lt. O’Brien to read the summary of the incident involving heroic actions by citizens.
The Commissioners commended and acknowledged Mr. Ealom and Mr. Turner for their heroic acts.
Deputy Chief Tomioka reported on recent events that happened during the past week including all the events around the city.
Captain Greg McEachern, Risk Management, and Ms. Samara Marion, OCC, presented the Document Protocol Report.
b. OCC Director’s Report
- Review of recent activities
Director Hicks reported on her attendance of the NACOLE conference in San Diego. She also announced that she was elected to the NACOLE Board which is a term of three years.
c. Commission Reports
- Commission President’s Report
- Commissioners’ Reports
Commissioner Mazzucco had no report.
Commissioner Marshall announced that he had Mayor Lee on his radio program and thanked the Mayor for coming on his show.
Commissioner Chan congratulated Omega Boys Club on their 25
Commissioner Chan also addressed the audience in regards to the upcoming community meetings in regards to tasers.
Commissioner Loftus explained the cancellation of the meetings.
d. Commission Announcements and scheduling of items identified for consideration at future Commission meetings
Commissioner Loftus announced the upcoming joint meeting on December 5
th with the Commission on the Status of Women.
PUBLIC COMMENT ON ALL MATTER PERTAINING TO CLOSED SESSION
VOTE ON WHETHER TO HOLD CLOSED SESSION
Motion by Commissioner Kingsley, second by Commissioner Loftus. Approved 6-0.
(6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.)
a. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION: Chief of Police
Review of findings and Chief’s decision to return officer to duty following officer-involved shooting (OIS Case No. 12-006)
Put over as the Chief is not present.
b. PERSONNEL EXCEPTION: Assignment of disciplinary charges filed in Case No. IAD 2011-0158, 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, Deputy Chief Tomioka, Deputy Chief Biel, Captain McEachern, Inspector Monroe, Sergeant Kilshaw, Risa Tom, Attorney Alden, Attorney Stiglich for Mr. Steve Johnson) Resolution No. 12-55
Assigned to Commissioner Kingsley
c. PERSONNEL EXCEPTION: Hearing on the Appeal of the Chief’s Suspension filed in Case No. IAD 2012-0004, and discussion to sustain or not sustain the Chief’s Suspension or take other action, if necessary
(Present: Commissioners Mazzucco, Marshall, DeJesus, Chan, Kingsley, Loftus, Deputy Chief Tomioka, Deputy Chief Biel, Captain McEachern, Inspector Monroe, Sergeant Kilshaw, Risa Tom, Attorney Alden, Attorney Stiglich, member involved) Resolution No. 12-56
(Taken in shorthand form by Ms. Anna Greenley, CSR., Roomian & Associates)
e. PERSONNEL EXCEPTION: Status and calendaring of pending disciplinary cases
VOTE TO ELECT WHETHER TO DISCLOSED ANY OR ALL DISCUSSION HELD IN CLOSED SESSION
Motion by Commissioner Loftus, second by Commissioner Marshall for non disclosure. Approved 6-0.
Motion by Commissioner Chan, second by Commissioner Kingsley. Approved 6-0.
Thereafter, the meeting was adjourned at 7:05 p.m.
Inspector John Monroe
San Francisco Police Commission