SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — San Francisco police have pulled out of an agreement that makes the District Attorney’s office the lead investigator of all police shootings and use-of-force incidents.

The MOU agreement dates back several years and was actually first introduced under then District Attorney George Gascon.

It was renewed with current District Attorney Chesa Boudin just this past July.

“It is a binding agreement that lists, maybe some high level sort of principles. In this particular case, about how the district attorney might investigate an officer-involved shooting or use-of-force complaint,” said Brian Hofer, the executive director of Secure Justice.