Recently there were some questions about how to best report crimes. Here is some information that was published in a previous newsletter that may be useful. Click Central 080817.
Started in 1983, this nationwide annual event is shared by all ages of the community with their local members of law enforcement and it features food, fun, and interactions. Over 600 people attended last year’s event and 50 organizations signed up to represent local services and opportunities. We welcome regular supporters and newcomers alike! Will you join Captain Yep, Central Station, and your friends and neighbors in celebrating National Night Out this year on August 1?
The Northern District has unfortunately experienced two (2) homicides in the last month. The first occurred on the 100 block of Alhambra during the early hours of May 20th. A male, who appeared to be homeless, was found suffering from a single gunshot wound. All efforts were made to save this male’s life, but he passed away a day later. Anyone with information, please contact Sergeant Scott Warnke at 415-553-9249 or Scott.Warnke@sfgov.org.
The second homicide occurred during the early hours of June 2nd on the 2500 block of Van Ness. This incident resulted in a very quick arrest by Northern Station Officers.
For more info read Northern Police Report.
During the past month I have been asked frequently about how to report crimes and how to obtain important City services. Here is some information I published in a previous newsletter that may be useful for you and your neighbors! Click Central 041917.
Hi, I am Acting Captain Molly Pengel. I want to congratulate Commander David Lazar on his promotion as the Commander of Community Engagement. I wish him the best. Read Central 030217.
I would like to take a moment to remind everyone of the services offered by 311. You may download their app and use it to report encampments, trash and a variety of issues to be addressed by the City. It takes a minute to download and use. Read Central 020217.
Congratulations to Chief William Scott who will be sworn in as Chief of Police for the San Francisco Police Department on Monday, January 23, 2017! Read Central 011917.
Central Station and Traffic Company Officers have done a lot of work in the last 10 days to address speeding violations in our district. We will continue to focus on our highly traveled corridors. One of the areas of recent focus has been the Broadway tunnel. We will continue our work there and will also focus on vehicles who fail to yield to pedestrians. Our next focus will be January 6, 2017 in the morning on Battery, Sansome,
Broadway and the Embarcadero on speeding vehicles. Read Central 010517.