Chapters 143 + 174:

"Good officers don't need these protections."

Chief William McManus

SAPD Chief of Police

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Statement on May 1st Election Results

Chapter 174 gives 70% of fired SAPD officers their jobs back.

Your vote can change that.

*Source Washington Post

By repealing Chapter 174 we’re choosing to hold officers accountable for misconduct and to build a safer community for everyone.

Contracts are Complicated!

Chapter 174 in a nutshell:

If we don't repeal 174, the San Antonio Police Officers Association (Police Union) can continue to re-hire "bad apple" police officers.

Community Voices

1. San Antonio voters agree that we need to reform San Antonio's relationship with its police union.

Community Voices

2. San Antonio voters understand that reforming the police union is not defunding the police.

Community Voices

3. San Antonio voters overwhelmingly support reforms designed to improve citizen oversight over SAPD.

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