Crime never stops, and nor does the law in bringing it to justice. But as technology gets smarter, so do criminals, and local law enforcement should think of...
Author - Greg Suhr
Greg Suhr is a 32-year veteran of the San Francisco Police Department who was selected as San Francisco’s 42nd Chief of Police on April 27, 2011. Prior to his selection, Chief Suhr served as Commanding Officer of the Bayview District where he instituted deployment, investigative, and community policing strategies which dramatically reduced violent and property crimes. At the same time, Chief Suhr reinvigorated the Department’s Cadet Program putting his patrol officers back in touch with neighborhood kids. Under his watch, homicides in the Bayview fell by nearly 50 percent.
Chief Suhr previously served as a Deputy Chief assigned to the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission for Homeland Security where he designed and implemented strategies to protect San Francisco’s Regional Water and Water Waste Systems, updated security protocols, revised emergency operations, and response and recovery plans.
From 2002 through 2005, Chief Suhr also served as Deputy Chief of Operations, where he designed and implemented security and emergency response plans for San Francisco’s most likely infrastructure terrorism targets. He acted as the point person for the Field Operations Bureau in designing the first post-September 11 attack, “Responder and Contingency Protocols for Terrorist Attacks.” In addition, Chief Suhr served as the Commander of Special Operations Division.