Although the possible use of so-called body-worn cameras by local police did not seem to emerge as a priority after a San Marino Public Safety Commission discussion this week, the panel did echo a law enforcement focus on upgrading current monitoring equipment at the very least. Continue reading “Should Local Police Wear Cameras? City Panel Seeks Information”
The San Marino Public Safety Commission will rearrange the timing of its regular monthly meetings to more expeditiously respond to tasks delegated by the City Council.
In an effort to improve communicating to the council the conclusions and opinions it has reached, the commission also will explore filing page-long reports on topics — traffic flow improvement, for example — to be reviewed by the council in regular reports. The decisions were reached at a meeting between the two bodies last week. Continue reading “City Council, Public Safety Commission Work on Communication”