Contact Info

The People’s Clinic’s intake is currently closed. If you need legal support after experiencing police violence, please consider contacting National Police Accountability Project (NPAP).

If you need support with a general legal matter or want to seek help after experiencing police violence, please consider contacting our GLIDE Unconditional Legal Clinic.

National Police Accountability Project (NPAP)

NPAP was created as a non-profit to protect the human and civil rights of individuals in their encounters with law enforcement and detention facility personnel. The central mission of NPAP is to promote the accountability of law enforcement officers and their employers for violations of the Constitution and the laws of the United States.

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GLIDE Unconditional Legal Clinic

If you need support with a general legal matter or want to seek help after experiencing police violence, our GLIDE Unconditional Legal Clinic is open for in-person walk-ins on Mondays. Details below:

Legal Clinic Details
Location: GLIDE (330 Ellis Street, San Francisco)
Day: Mondays (excluding holidays)
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM (closed during lunch hour)

Please be aware that space at the legal clinic is limited, and sign-ups are on a first-come, first-served basis. We recommend arriving early to secure a clinic appointment.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to the clinic via email at

Read the Manual for Victims of Police Misconduct here.


Under the California Tort Claim Act, a personal injury claim against a city or other government entity must be presented within six months from the date of injury. See Cal. Gov. Code section 911.2. This claim preserves your right to file a lawsuit against a government entity. The claim form can often be obtained online, or by contacting the city, county, or state office that oversees the law enforcement agency who harmed you. You may file a late claim within one year of the date of injury under certain circumstances.

LCCRSF does our very best to serve your legal needs. However, if you were unsatisfied our services, you may file a formal complaint. You will not be denied services or have any other adverse action taken against you based on your complaints. View our Client Grievance Procedure here.