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(Formerly Idriss Stelley Foundation ~ISF)
` Law Enforcement Accountability Direct Services
RedStone Building , # 209,
2940 16th Street,
SF CA 94110

(415) 595-8251 24 HR Trilingual Hotline

http://mysite.verizon.net/vzeo9ewi/idrissstelleyfoundation/ http://www.myspace.com/ISFOUNDATION/

iolmisha@cs.com (general Mail Box)
isf23-subscribe@yahoogroups.com (NEWS)



Idriss Stelley Foundation (ISF)'s primary goals are:

* To create systemic changes to End Law Enforcement brutality and Racially Biased Policing through grassroots campaigns

* and Empowering Victims and Survivors of law enforcement misconduct, towards true social and racial justice for All.

* Technological support and professional development for organizations and individualss working to address police accountability

* and organizing grassroots campaigns and events to raise awareness and create policy change.


ISF was created in 2003 through the settlement of Mesha Irizarry s vs. City & County and SFPD and its allocation to mesha Monge-Irizarry, mother of Idriss Stelley.
Her only child, 23 African American honor student was killed by the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) at the Sony Metreon on June 13, 2001, with 48 shots by 9 officers, as he stood alone in an empty theater, experiencing an emotional breakdown.

Idriss Stelley's case is at the root of:

* the 40-HR mandatory SFPD Mental Health Training, ratified in SF in March 2002,

* and of the San Francisco Police reform proposition (Prop H) that passed by a substantial margin on the November, 2003 San Francisco ballot

ISARC moderates over 140 yahoogroups for Survivors of Police Misconduct, Grieving Families of Loved Ones killed by Law Enforcement, and local/national law enforcement accountablity and Peace activists.

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