District Attorney Chesa Boudin joined other elected officials and activists on Monday in criticizing the mayor of London Breed’s plan to flood San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood with police officers and crack down on drug traffickers as well as people who use drugs outdoors.
Breed announced a series of initiatives last week, including asking for overtime for the police, seeking more social workers and public toilets for the net and declaring a state of emergency there. Breed said the city will continue to provide services and housing for people on the streets and those struggling with drug addiction, but will become tough on those who refuse shelter and treatment.
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