Monthly Archives: June 2013

Pink Saturday Is Here!

This week’s historic decisions by the Supreme Court and the surprise lifting of the Ninth Circuit’s stay have set the stage for an epic Pride Weekend!  We’ll be sending teams out for the Pink Party tonight, and there’s still time … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Issues Rulings on DOMA and Prop 8

This morning, the Supreme Court of the United States struck down DOMA and ruled that Prop 8’s proponents had no legal standing, sending Prop 8 back to the Ninth Circuit and effectively paving the way for same-sex marriage to resume … Continue reading

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CCOP Helps out at Castro Business District Summer Concert Series!

The Castro Business District (www.castrocbd.org) is putting on a fantastic series of live, free concerts in Jane Warner Plaza twice a month this summer.  CCOP participates during the concerts to provide safety whistles and information to concert goers and also … Continue reading

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Pride SAFE Self-Defense Training

You’re walking home from the bar about 1:30 in the morning on a weekend.  You turn onto your street, it’s dark, and someone approaches you.  Immediately, you feel uncomfortable and it doesn’t take long to realize that individual is up … Continue reading

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Five Patrol Volunteers + Three Hours =

One thousand six hundred free safety whistles distributed to community members in the Castro!  Your safety whistle can be useful in a number of situations.  If you ever feel like you could be in danger, just take your whistle out … Continue reading

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LAST CALL – For FREE Self-Defense Seminar on 6/22 In The Castro

As we count down the hours, literally, to the start of our FREE community self-defense seminar beginning at 12:30pm at Eureka Valley Recreation Center in the heart of the Castro, a few cancellations have left the previously full class with … Continue reading

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Prop 8 / DOMA SCOTUS Decision: What You Need To Know

As the community waits in anticipation of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) to announce its ruling on two vitally important cases, Proposition 8 and the Defense Of Marriage Act (DOMA), plans have already been made, re-checked numerous times … Continue reading

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Hancock Street Assault Suspect Sought – Police Sketch

The San Francisco Police Department have released a sketch of the suspect who allegedly assaulted and seriously injured a victim on Hancock Street, close to Sanchez Street in the early hours of Saturday morning, June 08 between 00:45 and 01:15. … Continue reading

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D.A. GASCÓN And A.G. SCHNEIDERMAN To Convene “Apple Picking” Summit

In an effort that is fully supported and encouraged by CCOP, San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon and New York Attorney General A.G. Schneiderman will convene a bi-coastal summit with industry leaders, to address the “Apple Picking” epidemic that has … Continue reading

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James Cunningham Death Awaits Medical Examiners Determination

CCOP has been working with the Stop The Violence project, local media and Mission Station to try to determine if the injuries which resulted in the unfortunate death of local Castro resident Mr. James Cunningham were the result of a … Continue reading

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