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- Occupation: San Francisco District Attorney
- As San Francisco Chief of Police, reduced crime to its lowest level since the 1960's
- Member of the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government's Executive Session on Policing and Public Safety
- Subject expert on community policing and police accountability
- Testified before the U.S. House on public safety issues; authored numerous articles in national journals; published in the New York Times
- Member, Board of Directors of the Council of State Governments' Justice Center
- Reducing violent crime
- Keeping kids in school to stop the cycle of crime
- Reduce incarceration rates with a focus on rehabilitation
- Occupation: Criminal Justice Attorney
- Founding Executive Director, Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice
- Commissioner, San Francisco Police Commission
- Deputy Director, Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice
- Senior Program Associate, W. Haywood Burns Institute for Juvenile Justice Fairness and Equity
- Staff Attorney, Legal Services for Children
- Counselor, Walden House Adolescent Facility
- Building partnerships between law enforcement and the community to make San Francisco the safest and fairest city in the country.
- Reforming the juvenile justice system to keep kids in school and out of the criminal justice system.
- Focusing on innovative, data-driven strategies that have been proven to make us safer.
- Occupation: Assistant District Attorney in Charge of Special Operations.
- 22 years of courtroom experience as a prosecutor.
- Represented the people of California in the courtroom more than 1,000 times on cases ranging from misdemeanor to murder.
- 95% conviction rate in felony cases taken to jury trial.
- Never lost a serious or violent felony trial.
- Nationally recognized leader in fight against Child Sex Trafficking.
- Won the 2009 Fay Stender Award from the California Women Lawyers - the first prosecutor ever to win the award.
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- Achieving justice for victims of violent crime.
- Protecting our kids.
- Ensuring San Francisco has an independent and professional DA's office.
- Occupation: Certified Criminal Law Specialist
- J.D., University of California, Hastings College of the Law
- B.S., University of California, Irvine
- State Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist, 2000
- Commissioner, State Bar's Criminal Law Advisory Commission, 2009-2012
- Modernization of Investigative Strategies in Law Enforcement
- Freedom of Information in the Courts
- Implementing a Victim's Rights and Restorative Justice Approach
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