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Former Castro beat cop Frazer retires

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Even in retirement San Francisco police Lieutenant Lisa Frazer will forever be remembered as the Castro's beat cop. Out as a gay woman within the department, she patrolled the city's LGBTQ neighborhood for close to a decade starting in 1999."Some of my best times in my job was as the Castro beat officer," Frazer recalled in a recent phone interview with the Bay Area Reporter. "I loved my job.

I loved being a San Francisco police officer. I loved representing our department and being a part of our community."But her time with the San Francisco Police Department was cut short due to her needing to medically retire in February.

This weekend she and her wife are co-hosting a private retirement party to bring Frazer some closure as she transitions into being a civilian again."I had to retire early because I got injured.

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