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We need to do a better job identifying what’s contributing to the crime and making sure we hold people accountable in a way that addresses that root cause.
Reconciliation and forgiveness can actually help all of us move on in a healthier, happier way.
The status quo tough-on-crime policies of the ’90s and 2000s are not working and are not popular. And it provides me with hope about the possibilities for San Francisco and this whole country in terms of moving away from our dependence on prisons and jails to solve social problems.
If police departments won‘t remove officers who lack integrity, prosecutors should ensure that no one is prosecuted based on those officers’ unreliable accounts.
By incarcerating someone who is homeless or addicted or who suffers from mental health challenges, we only further destabilize that person and create situations where they are more likely to commit crimes in the future.
Homelessness, open air drug use and mental illness – which we all see in this city – are things we’ve been relying on the DA’s office and the jails to deal with. That’s really expensive, inhumane and ineffective.
Being a foreigner – especially a white and relatively wealthy one – in poor, underdeveloped countries is inherently fraught.
People are shaped in myriad ways by their upbringing and family. We also have agency in our lives, the people we become, and the lives we lead.
When my parents were arrested, I was a year old. And like so many children with incarcerated parents, I experienced a range of traumas connected to the separation. I was angry. I was ashamed. I had developmental delays, behavioral problems.
Because like so many people who were victimized directly or indirectly by crime, I blamed myself. If I hadn’t been able to find closure, I never would have overcome those early developmental challenges.
As a law-enforcement official, as a politician, you are always going to have in the back of your mind the fear that someone you release will end up committing another crime, potentially a serious crime, during a period when they otherwise would have been incarcerated.
I’ve been really consistent throughout the campaign and since I won that I want to prioritize victims rights and I want to prioritize healing.
I was in diapers when my parents left me with the babysitter to participate in an armored car robbery. They never came home.