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George Gascón
Honored to serve as the elected District Attorney for the City & County of San Francisco. I'm working to make SF the safest large city in America.
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Alex Bastian Apr 15
So disturbing... Especially given that my friend who discovered this is the grandchild of Holocaust survivors. If anyone has any information on who did this, please contact
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Heather Knight Apr 12
San Francisco's mental health system is so complex, the mayor had to create a new position just to figure it out. explains where the $400 million is going - and why it's so hard to see results. Listen to SF City Insider, subscribe and share!
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George Gascón Apr 12
Trump Says He Is Considering Releasing Migrants in ‘Sanctuary Cities’
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George Gascón Apr 12
"San Francisco DA Responds to Pres. Trump's Tweet About Releasing 'Illegal Immigrants' Into Sanctuary Cities" via
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George Gascón Apr 12
My statement RE 's toxic proposal to release detainees in sanctuary cities. Sources: 2 charts demolish notion that undocumented immigrants commit more crime - Sanctuary jurisdictions are safer, more productive -
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KTVU Apr 12
"It’s the clearest sign yet that the president fully intends to chart a path to reelection on the back of racist rhetoric and policies." - San Francisco DA
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Code for America Apr 3
Replying to @GeorgeGascon
We're proud to work w/ SF District Attorney to remove barriers for thousands of Californians & demonstrate that our institutions can deliver on the promise voters intended when they passed Prop 64.
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Maxwell Szabo Apr 9
"I believe that if we were to design something for this population knowing what we know today, we would create something very different.” - "SF's juvenile hall would shut down within 3 years under proposal"
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George Gascón Apr 6
...And “tackling” criminal justice reform.
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George Gascón Apr 4
The state’s urban crime rate in early 2018 is the third lowest ever recorded. These historically low urban crime rates have persisted through an era of justice reform.
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Jenny Montoya Tansey Apr 3
So proud to have been a small part of making this happen. It looks big, but TBH it’s small compared to what’s to come.
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Miriam Krinsky Apr 3
Progress. And a great challenge to other counties in California to follow suit
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black hole: devour us Apr 3
What about Massachusetts ?
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George Gascón Apr 3
They don’t need to take any action. We did it for them because they’re entitled to the relief and the petition process is onerous... meaning most never obtain the relief they’re entitled to.
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George Gascón Apr 3
Couldn’t have done it without you!
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George Gascón Apr 3
9,361 marijuana convictions-every single one since 1975 that is eligible pursuant to -have officially been dismissed and sealed. Here’s the official court order.
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George Gascón Apr 3
Yesterday the Asm Public Safety Committee passed to remove barriers to reentry. This landmark will free millions of Californians from a paper prison & expand employment, housing & educational opportunities ✅
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Nicole Elliott Apr 2
Congratulations to the new SF OOC Director - Marisa Rodriguez!
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Phil Ting Apr 2
Thank you, Katie, for sharing your story about barriers to re-entering society w/ a record. The Asm Public Safety Comm passed my bill, , which requires automatic records relief for those already qualified for clearance under the law. Today’s system is burdensome & costly.
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Nicole Elliott Apr 2
Thrilled to see San Joaquin and LA DAs join the ranks of those who recognize expungement or reduction of cannabis related convictions is not a privilege, it’s a right.⁦
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