SAN FRANCISCO (CA) — Today District Attorney candidate Suzy Loftus issued a call to action and affirmed her support for AB392: The California Act to Save Lives, from State Assemblymember Shirley Weber. Read the complete call to action here.

“If we want people to trust those in power, we need to be clear through our actions that those who hold the public trust will be held to, and trained to, a higher standard. They will be held accountable for any misuse or abuse of their authority,” said Suzy.

AB392 is a vital revision of legal standards for acceptable uses of force by police officers that will have an immediate positive impact on all communities throughout California.”

As Police Commissioner President, Suzy previously led community efforts in 2016 to revise the Use of Force Policy so that deadly force is mandated as a last resort and to prioritize the safeguarding of dignity, rights, and lives in police training.

Suzy urges you to support AB392 by taking a moment today to contact legislative members and advocate for the approval of AB392.

Suzy Loftus
樂 素 詩
Candidate for District Attorney of San Francisco

Suzy is supported many community leaders, elected officials and justice advocates, including U.S. Senator Kamala Harris, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, Mayor London Breed, Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis, State Senator Scott Wiener, Assemblymember David Chiu and State Board of Equalization Member Malia Cohen, Former California Democratic Party Chair John Burton, former Supervisors Katy Tang and John Avalos, BART Board President Bevan Dufty, community advocate and BART Board member Lateefah Simon, gun safety advocate Shawn Richards, justice activist Sunny Schwartz, community leader Roma Guy, former chair of the SF Democratic Party Mary Jung, community leaders Darlene Chiu Bryant and Jaynry Mak, community leader David Chan, Democratic activist Petra de Jesus, Frances Hseih, Tami Bryant and many more.

Suzy has also earned the support of the majority of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors including President Norman Yee, Rafael Mandelman, Vallie Brown, Catherine Stefani, Shamann Walton, Ahsha Safai and Gordon Mar. Since launching her campaign Suzy has held listening sessions throughout the city to talk with residents about reform of our criminal justice system, their unique neighborhood challenges and their ideas for change.

More information about Suzy’s journey to becoming a prosecutor and reform advocate, as well as her policy platform, is available at