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George Gascón

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District attorney and former chief of police for San Francisco, and former assistant chief of police for the Los Angeles Police Department

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Since California voters passed Prop 47 less than a year ago, some crimes are on the increase while arrests are on the decline.

One Year In, Has Prop 47 Made California Less Safe?

Since California voters passed Prop 47 less than a year ago, some crimes are on the increase while arrests are on the decline.

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