Daily Archives: March 16, 2011

The Luncheon Society/David Onek for San Francisco District Attorney/ San Francisco—One Market Restaurant/March 2, 2011

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David Onek represents a new and progressive vision as he campaigns for District Attorney of San Francisco.

David is a former San Francisco Police Commissioner and top criminal justice staffer in the San Francisco Mayor’s Office. He is currently a Senior Fellow at the Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice and the host of the Criminal Justice Conversations Podcast. David launched his career in criminal justice working with community-based organizations to keep young people in school and out of the criminal justice system.

I am supporting David because he is equal parts sincere and effective.

At the very foundation of David’s campaign is the abiding belief that San Francisco will be safer and fairer if we bring law enforcement and the community closer together. That’s why David is building a powerful grassroots campaign by embarking on a series of 500 community events like this one all across the city.

At the start of David’s campaign, over 1,100 people have already signed on in support – elected officials, community and advocacy leaders, law enforcement officials, legal community members, neighbors and friends. You can learn more about David’s campaign at www.DavidOnek.com and can listen to his podcasts at www.DavidOnek.com/podcasts.

David Onek should be San Francisco’s District Attorney.

Below is an illustrative interview with Miller-McCune Magazine on how David has been able to forge partnerships to build safer communities.  The article is reprinted below; here is the link.   Continue reading