• I pledge to serve the people of San Francisco faithfully and honestly without prejudice.
  • I will not tolerate hate or bigotry in our community or from my fellow officers.
  • I will confront intolerance and report any such conduct without question or pause.
  • I will maintain the integrity of the San Francisco Police Department and safeguard the trust of the people of San Francisco.
  • I will treat members of the community as I would hope to be treated myself.
  • I will pursue justice with compassion and respect the dignity of others.
  • For those who would suggest there is any place for the stain of intolerance
  • I pledge, Not On My Watch.
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SFPD confronts prejudice with “Not On My Watch” campaign

San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr launched a campaign aimed at rooting out potential bigotry and intolerance among San Francisco police officers by promoting diversity in recruitment, bias training, community involvement and a first-of-its-kind pledge that department officers have been making.

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Message from Chief Suhr

I’m San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr. I am proud that my department is part of a city that treasures diversity and equality and stands against hate and bigotry. But across the United States, we are seeing that the stain of intolerance remains a painful, disturbing issue.

At some level, all of us, both inside and outside law enforcement, have implicit biases. So we must remain vigilant, uncover bigotry and intolerance, and promote a culture of diversity – including within the Police Department – in order to maintain and strengthen the trust of the community.

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