Its time to set the record straight about Public Safety in San Antonio. The City’s Public Safety budget is important. It affects the safety of you, your family, and Officers on patrol.
On May 30, 2018, City staff made a presentation to Council Members regarding Public Safety budget goals for FY 2019. The presentation was riddled with errors and misrepresentations. As a public service and to set the record straight the San […]
He’s under investigation and still working – Any other Officer would be on leave or reassigned. (San Antonio, TX, June 4, 2018) – SAPD General Manual, Procedure 908 – Mandatory Reassignment establishes a process for the “temporary leave or reassignment” […]
If we ever needed more proof that Mayor Nirenberg and City Manager Sculley have no problem spending money on a losing cause, a new analysis by the office of Councilman Greg Brockhouse shows just how much the City has spent […]
Chief McManus’ decision to release 12 undocumented immigrants, detained in a human smuggling incident last December, into the city without properly and thoroughly identifying them may have led to yesterday’s decision by the District Attorney to free the driver of […]
Last month, a federal appeals court upheld key provisions of Senate Bill 4, the law that creates civil penalties for government officials who limit local police enforcement of immigration laws and imposes criminal penalties for officials who don’t honor immigration […]