About Suzy Loftus
Suzy Loftus has served San Francisco law enforcement for over a decade as a prosecutor, police commissioner, and award-winning community and youth advocate. Loftus currently serves as Legal Counsel for San Francisco Sheriff Vicki Hennessy.
Suzy worked in Bayview Hunters Point to help build the Center for Youth Wellness, an innovative non-profit working to heal children suffering from the impacts of violence and chronic adversity. Her work earned her the James Irvine Leadership Award for California in 2014.
As the President of the San Francisco Police Commission, Suzy prioritized improving the Police Department’s response to violence against women and children, expanding the use technology to solve
Suzy previously served as General Counsel at the California Department of Justice, where she oversaw important cases that were a top priority to state Attorney General Kamala D. Harris. Suzy also served as the Assistant Director of the Division of Law Enforcement in the Department of Justice, overseeing the state’s forensic and digital evidence services. Suzy proudly served as a San Francisco prosecutor, where she prosecuted misdemeanor and felony cases, including domestic violence, elder abuse, and firearms cases.
Suzy is a graduate of Emerge California, a program that trains Democratic women to run for elected office. She is a native San Franciscan and along with her husband, Tom Loftus, and her mother Maureen