SF Police Union President Steps Down, VP Moves Up
by Brian Haagsman
May 17, 2018
San Francisco Police Officers Association President Martin Halloran stepped down and was replaced by Vice President Tony Montoya, a longtime member of the union’s executive board.

Halloran steps down at a busy time from the POA. They are in the midst negotiations for the next three-year contract, they are in the final weeks of before the fate of their ballot measure, Proposition H, is decided, and this is just one day after the Board of Supervisors declined to reappoint two members of the Police Commission, stalling the group. Meanwhile, Police Chief Bill Scott is reportedly being considered for the top job of the Los Angeles Police Department.