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Bakery in San Francisco Refuses Service to Uniformed Police Officers

The San Francisco Police Officers Association reportedly claimed on social media that a bakery in San Francisco is now refusing to serve armed, uniformed law enforcement officers.

They sent a picture of the company, Reem’s bakery, and a screenshot of an email from the business verifying the policy that was only partially redacted.

The Police Officers Association replied that the officers would never give Reem’s their business if the company refused to serve them when they were on duty, in uniform, and possibly armed.


“Thank you for your email. At Reem’s we do have a policy to not serve anyone that is armed in a uniform. All officers are welcome to come to our establishment when they are off duty and not armed.” the response read.

“We are not asking Reem’s or any business with a bigoted policy to serve our officers. We’re asking them to own their discriminatory policy & and put up a sign so we know not to spend money in your establishment — on or off duty. We took the liberty of designing one for them.” the organization wrote in response.

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