Crime in San Francisco
San Francisco police officials have notice a drastic raise in crime in San Francisco. Police officials narrowed down the possible source of these crime and most of San Francisco crimes are coming from a few popular clubs. These clubs are known for there gunplay, loud disturbing music and violence. Residential civilians have complained quite a few times to San Francisco police officials. Police officials are trying to over rule and shut down these dangerous clubs, were crime keeps coming back to. Police officials have good reason to try and put and end to these popular but dangerous club’s, for example just last month a man was gunned down just outside a popular Mission Bay nightclub. Also just about six months back the was a hail of 44 bullets outside a notorious club in the Fisherman’s Wharf area left one person dead and four critically injured.
Clubs in San Francisco average at one shooting per month. Mayor Gavin Newsom is coming down this week to lay down some new laws for these out of hand nightclubs. Residential civilians have complained to authorities for years. The seven-member politically appointed Entertainment Commission, which regulates and promotes city nightlife, has turned a blind eye to the problems because of the financial benefits partygoers bring to the city of San Francisco. Some critics say this department of authority should be shut down for the failure to take action against these nightclubs with recurring problems. For now the hotspots for crime have been temporally shutdown in order to justify public safety. The only way the clubs are able to reopen is if the owner falsifies the application. But the board has had enough there they continue to stand there ground and keep these nightclubs closed for good, to ensure public safety.
Well I say they keep the clubs open, because everyone likes to have a good time and its just not fare for those who follow the rules. Instead of shutting the nightclubs...