Monthly Archives: March 2014

SFPD Offers RESERVE OFFICER – Module III POST Training Class

The San Francisco Police Department is pleased to announce the commencement of a Modular III Basic Academy Course beginning Tuesday, May 6, 2014. This is the first time the Department has presented this type of course in at least 20 … Continue reading

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“Victims” Needed For SFFD NERT City-Wide Drill on Saturday April 12

Every April and October, hundreds of volunteers of the San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD) Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) assemble to practice their skills in a city-wide drill exercise.  The exercise is a unique opportunity for these unpaid volunteers to … Continue reading

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Supervisor London Breed Introduces Comprehensive Overhaul of San Francisco’s Graffiti Policies

San Francisco— District 5 Supervisor London Breed introduced a comprehensive overhaul of San Francisco’s graffiti policies today at City Hall. Based on a nationwide study of best practices, the new policies will streamline evidence-gathering, enable the City Attorney to pursue civil lawsuits against … Continue reading

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CRIME ALERT: Robbery @ Gunpoint 03/18/14 at Market and Castro – ARREST MADE

From Seth Hemmelgarn, March 20, 2014 @ 12:14 pm PST UPDATE 03/20/2014: We have been advised that an arrest has been made in this case.  We will provide additional information as it is made available to us. A man was robbed … Continue reading

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District Attorney Announces Requests for Proposals for Neighborhood Justice Fund Grants

San Francisco – District Attorney George Gascón announced today the availability of Neighborhood Justice Fund grants to community-based organizations for projects that will enhance neighborhood safety, livability and cohesion.  The grants are a result of restitution funds collected from Neighborhood Court directives and held … Continue reading

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Bicycle Theft Prevention Workshop at Twitter TODAY, 03/13

SAFE Bikes is having its first Bicycle Theft Prevention Workshop tomorrow, March 13th at Twitter Headquarters at 1355 Market. We still have space left! Learn about effective locking techniques in person Hear from the SFPD Investigations Register your bicycle Learn about … Continue reading

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WANTED by NYPD For Bias Motivated Assault On New York Subway Greenwich Village Platform

The New York Police Department are seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect who assaulted a gay couple as they stood on the Greenwich Village subway platform on Sunday March 2.  The suspect approached them and first asked if … Continue reading

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SFPD Seeks Your Help In 02/21 Early Morning Castro Assault

At approximately 2:15am on the morning of February 21st, a Castro business merchant and resident was assaulted and held at knife point on the South side of the 2300 block of Market Street. San Francisco Patrol Special Police and San … Continue reading

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SFPD ALERT: Vehicle Break In & Vehicle Thefts On The Rise

CCOP is working with Captain Bob Moser of Mission Police Station and San Francisco SAFE to alert the public in the Castro and surrounding area of an increase in the number of vehicle break-ins and vehicle thefts.  Together we want … Continue reading

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