SF Board of Supervisors Hearing On Muni Crime

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Crime in San Francisco has been on the decline lately, with a notable exception. In addition to several high profile accidents and service outages in the several months, crime on board Muni vehicles is up as well.
The City Operations and Neighborhood Service (CONS) Committee of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is holding a hearing about crime onboard Muni vehicles on this coming Monday, November 23 at 11:00 AM.
Boe Howard, legal aide to committee chair and District 8 Supervisor Bevan Dufty, contacted us today for help getting the word out asking for witnesses. “We are seeking individuals that have witnessed or experienced crime on MUNI and anyone who has had a good experience on MUNI with SFPD.”
The hearing will be held at City Hall in room 250, the Board of Supervisors chambers.