Published Reports

The San Francisco Police Department routinely generates reports as mandated by statute, best practice or managerial discretion. Reports that are publicly releasable are listed below. Additionally, reports published by the police commission are listed as they become available. Finally, reports by external entities or academic institutions are listed for convenience.

Linking to external reports does not necessarily imply the endorsement of the SFPD, SF Police Commission or the City and County of San Francisco. The list of reports below is not meant to be all inclusive, nor should the categories to which they are assigned be considered authoritative.

Department Published Reports

Racial Equity & Inclusion Plan (REAP)

The Racial Equity Action Plan (REAP) is a strategic plan for the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD), guided by the Citywide Racial Equity Framework, to enact institutional and structural change to achieve racial equity and inclusion. This Plan, which will be released in two phases, is guided by the vision to create a city and organization where diversity, inclusion, and belonging are advanced; racial and social equity disparities are reduced short-term, and eliminated long-term; and racial and social equity is achieved, establishing equalized access, opportunity, and outcomes for all.

Quarterly Activity & Data Report (QADR)

The Quarterly Activity and Data Report (QADR) for the 2020 3rd quarter meets the quarterly requirements of the City Administrator’s Code, sec. 96A, Law Enforcement Reporting Requirements. The report is composed of the Arrests, Use of Force and Stop Data along with the Crime Victim Data.

Crime Victim Data Reporting

The 2020 3rd quarter and future reports on Crime Victim Data is available on the SFPD Quarterly Activity & Data Report page. The reports on Crime Victim Data for 2020 Q1 and 2020 Q2 reports are available for viewing online.

Use of Force, Stops & Arrests

The 2020 3rd quarter and future reports on Arrests, Uses of Force and Stop Data is available on the SFPD Quarterly Activity & Data Report page. The quarterly reports from 2016 through 2020 Q2 are available for viewing online.

Early Intervention System

The San Francisco Police Department's Early Intervention System (EIS) is a structured system that identifies and manages behaviors that result in performance-related problems by individual members. The EIS system, per DGO 3.19, is a non-disciplinary intervention to assist members in professional development. EIS publishes reports quarterly.

Firearms Discharges

Every time an officer discharges their weapon, no matter the circumstance, the Department convenes the Firearms Discharge Review Board (FDRB) per DGO 3.10. The FDRB meets as needed quarterly, and findings of the FDRB are presented to the San Francisco Police Commission.

Officer-Involved Shootings (OIS) Historical Data

Officer-Involved Shootings, Suspect-Involved, 2009 – 2019

SFPD updates the yearly statistics for the Officer Involved Shootings (OIS) Historical Data each year in February for the prior year.

Click here to view our annotated list of OIS Incidents that have occurred here in San Francisco.

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the San Francisco District Attorney's Office

The MOU outlines the agreement between the San Francisco District Attorney's Officer and the San Francisco Police Department regarding the procedures for the criminal investigation of "Covered Incidents" to determine if an officer committed a criminal offense.

Click here to visit our page overviewing FAQ's on Officer-Involved Shootings

Historical Traffic Stops Reports

The Department previously used eStop to collect information on traffic stops. On July 1, 2018, the Department discontinued the use of eStop and began using the State of California's Stop Data Collection System (SDCS). Current stop data collection can be found in the quarterly 96a Use of Force/Encounter Report for the correlating quarter.

San Francisco Police Department Sworn Demographics

Balanced demographics that are representative of the community have been and continue to be a priority to the department.

San Francisco Police Department Historical Annual Reports

The Department discontinued the publishing of Annual Reports in 2015. Historical reports for the years of 2011 through 2014 are available for viewing online.

Audits of Electronic Communication Devices for Bias

The Department made presentations to the Police Commission on the department's quarterly audit results of potential bias in department-issued communication devices that are available for viewing here.

Other Agency Reports

Disciplinary Reports

The San Francisco Police Commission, from time to time, publishes reports on various aspects of the SFPD. Reports detailing results of disciplinary actions taken by the Commission are found in summary 'Veronese Reports', published quarterly. Also published are summaries of actions taken by the Chief in disciplinary matters.

Meeting documents, minutes and other policies can be found on the Commission website

Collaborative Reform Initiative

The SFPD began it's Collaborative Reform Initiative in 2016 with the US Department of Justice. A full background on the history, including key documents, can be found on the Collaborative Initiative page. How the department has responded to the US DOJ Assessment of the SFPD can be found on our Collaborative Responses page.

Academic Institution Reports

In partnership with the California Policy Lab at UC Berkeley, the SFPD participated in a study on the effects of increasing foot beat officers on crime in San Francisco. The first phase of the study confirmed that larceny-theft (better known as car break ins) and assaults were reduced. The SFPD published this news release related to the report, and the report itself can be found on the CPL website.

Partner Agency Reports

The Department of Police Accountability (DPA) publishes routine reports on their findings, process, and outcomes.

The Civil Grand Jury, impaneled by the Superior Court of San Francisco, occasionally submits reports on the SFPD, which can be found on their website.

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