San Francisco's First Offender Prostitution Program (FOPP) has been copied in more than a dozen municipalities nationwide. But Supervisor Jake McGoldrick says we may need to make sure our own house is in order. He's accused the program of potentially mismanaging city funds, and has proposed that the Board of Supervisors' budget analyst examine what may be a government boondoggle: "Scarce details are available on the guidelines that direct offenders to the program," his proposal states. "There is very little public information on the fiscal workings of the program, including accounting for the funds generated by offender fees," and "there is no data to ascertain whether the program is meeting... More >>>