SF Residents Hire Private Cops For Protection

The libs in San Francisco may be finally be going on offense while trying to fight their despicable homeless situation.

These rich libs are now paying for private police to help get rid of the riff-raff in their neighborhoods.

John & Ken talked to Officer Alan Byard, President San Francisco Patrol Special Police Officers Association who gave us a first hand look at the current vagrant mess in San Francisco and how Officers like him are being hired for special patrols.

Here is what Alan told the Daily Mail:

Officer Alan Byard, who was hired to patrol the Marina District from 8pm to 5am, shared that his clients has more than doubled since COVID hit the city, from 70 last year to 150 now, with each household paying him $65-a-month. 
'People are afraid of what's been going on,' the officer said. 'They want a safe place to raise their kids. In the last year, I've had 10 of my clients move out of the city.' 
He says he searches the neighborhood for suspicious people. 
While he most often deals with homeless people sleeping on residents' doorsteps, Byard has also addressed incidents of petty theft and burglary. 
He has served as a Special Patrol officer since 1977 and worked in the Marina District since 2009, he told DailyMail.com.

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