From the Desk of District Attorney George Gascón

Thank you for your interest in the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office.  I am committed to delivering a criminal justice system that San Franciscans can embrace and be proud of - a system that is more fair, more transparent, and more accountable.  I am grateful that you have put your faith in me to be your elected District Attorney, and to institute reforms that balance public safety with the best possible outcomes for victims of crime, for our community and offenders. I look forward to working with you to make San Francisco the safest large city in America.


George Gascón
San Francisco District Attorney

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