District Attorney Nico LaHood announced Wednesday that sheriff’s deputies could treat five Class B misdemeanors as citable offenses.
The cite and release program allows Bexar County Sheriff’s deputies to treat five Class B misdemeanors as citable offenses.
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar believes that if he’s going to spend additional money on anything during his tenure, there’s no better use than on more training for deputies.
Two very different groups of San Antonians gathered this week to question top law enforcement officials about policies and procedures.
Recent headlines have been full of news about up and coming and established leaders who all have one thing in common.
Born intellectually disabled, James Meadours received help from a rape crisis center to learn how to cope as a victim of several sexual assaults.
Some have pointed to San Antonio’s increased violent crime rate as evidence of a crisis, but local crime experts say the city is still one of the safest big cities.
The effort is meant to reduce the chances of someone getting arrested for a minor infraction and possibly being picked up by ICE.
On Jan. 1, Bexar County Sheriff Susan Pamerleau will pass the baton to San Antonio Police Department veteran Javier Salazar.
Bexar County Sheriff Susan Pamerleau and her main challenger, Javier Salazar, have both pledged understanding and outreach when it comes to issues pertaining to the local LGBTQIA community.