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Central Station Newsletter


December 17, 2015

S a n F ra n ci s co Po l i ce
D e p a rt m e n t

Volume , Issue

Captain Lazars Message


Inside this issue:
Captains Message

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Crimes of Note

3-7

Featured Citizen of the


Month

8-9

Featured Officer of the


Month

1011

Event

12

Enjoy a SAFE Holiday


Season

13

Community Calendar

14

Central District Map

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Resource Information

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As the year is coming to a close, we are working on


a variety of plans including upcoming enforcement
plans to kick off in January as well as working to
prepare for our New Years Eve celebration. The
Central District expanded in July of 2015 and so we
will be handling the fireworks event at the
Embarcadero along with our increased coverage on
Broadway, Fishermans Wharf and North Beach.
Officers are working hard to address quality of life
issues and property crime in the neighborhoods. As
mentioned in prior newsletters and as a result of my
daily reading of incident reports and collision
reports, a couple of important items to keep in mind:

Captain David Lazar


Commanding Officer Central Station

My Holiday Top Ten!


1. Never leave anything in your vehicle.
2. To the best of your ability, do not display your smart phone in public.
3. When traveling, safeguard your purses and bags. Keep your wallet in your
front pocket and place your cash where it cannot be easily removed from you.
Do not carry a lot of cash with you.
4. Do not have your packages delivered to the lobby of your building or front
door. We believe package thieves are following the delivery trucks. Develop a
plan for delivery which keeps the packages safe.
5. Guard your identity. Do not provide strangers with confidential identifying
information.
6. Do not fall for any scam including the IRS or craigslist scam. If its too good to be
true, then its not true.

Special points of interest:

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7. Think about all the ways a burglar can get into your home and put in place
safeguards such as a security survey by SF Safe, alarms, security cameras, etc.
8. When walking around, do not jaywalk or walk against a red signal light. It is not
worth it.
9. Do not drink and drive!
10. Report any and all suspicious/criminal activity by dialing 911 immediately.

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Gordon J. Lau Elementary


Thanks to Dr. Dennis Chew, Principal of Gordon J. Lau Elementary School, he hosted his annual Santa
present give away to his students. Santa Claus was played by Reserve Officer Stewart Ng and next to
him was Chief Suhr. Deputy Chief Tom, Retired Deputy Chief Biel, Commander Lee, Captain Lum,
Lieutenant Kato, Officer Wong, Officer To and I were in attendance. It was great time and fun to see
how excited the kids were to meet Santa!
Personnel Transfers
This Saturday, nine Officers are leaving Central Station and nine Officers are arriving. I would like to
thank all the Officers for their great work at Central Station. Most of the Officers leaving have
completed their one year probationary period and are moving on to their permanent assignment. Thank
you to Officers Azam, Nord, Tran, Griffin, Bernardi, and Gopar. We wish you well in your next
assignment.
Officer Mary Godfrey, who is one of the hardest workers I have ever had the privilege to work with and
has been at Central Station for nearly 20 years, is transferring to Taraval Station by choice. Officer Ray
Pascua, who has the foot beat in North Beach is transferring to the Airport Bureau.
We welcome to Central Station Officers Brent Montague, James Frugoli, Shane Tarum, Ana Morales,
Kimberly Ng, Vanessa Johnson, Jonathan Sylvester, Nicholas Urbano and Andre Williams!
Daily Crime Fighting
I will conclude todays newsletter with a comment about an email I received from a resident of Nob Hill.
The residents email essentially said that they were planning on unsubscribing from this weekly newsletter
it always comes across as a grade school newsletter with yippee good stuff..you never really deal
with our increasing crime issues. You may want to consider doing that versus your hello and happy
everything and hope you are doing good.
Behind the scenes, Central Station Officers are addressing everything commented on in the writers email.
As I write this newsletter, my police radio is broadcasting a woman being beaten up by her boyfriend in
their apartment on Geary Street. Officers are rushing to the scene in an attempt to prevent the woman
from being seriously injured. We will continue to make arrests for auto burglaries (about 130 year to
date), mailbox and package thieves (as indicated in last weeks newsletter) and connect homeless
individuals to services as we do daily.
I am inviting the above author and all of you to my monthly community meeting which is being held
tonight (the 3rd Thursday of the month) from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in lower Nob Hill at Hotel Rex, 562
Sutter Street. This is an opportunity to have dialog and to develop solutions to neighborhood problems. I
hope to see you there.
Have a wonderful weekend and Happy Holidays!

Sincerely,
Captain David Lazar
Central Station

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Crimes of Note
Definitions
Robbery Robbery is the taking of property from another by using force or by using fear.
Assault An assault is an unlawful attempt, coupled with the present ability, to commit a violent injury
on another person.
Battery - (Misdemeanor battery) is any willful and unlawful touching of another.
(Felony battery) is the use of force or violence upon the person of another that causes
serious bodily injury.
*Assault is when a person swings their arm and battery is when that arm makes contact with
another person.
Aggravated Assault Assault upon another person with a deadly weapon or instrument other than a
firearm or by any means of force likely to produce great bodily injury.
Burglary The intent upon entry into a property to commit grand theft, petty theft, or any felony.
Grand Theft Grand theft is theft committed when the value of the money, labor, or property taken
exceeds $950.
Petty Theft Theft where the value of the property taken is less than $950.
Robberies
12/10

2:15am

Robbery, With Force


600 block of Pacific

12/12

1:20pm

Robbery, With Force


Grant/Post

12/13

12:00pm

Robbery, With Force


400 block of Davis

12/14

12:05am

12/14

11:58am

12/16

7:20am

Robbery, With Force


700 block of
Broadway
Robbery, With Force
100 block of
California
Robbery, With Gun
600 block of Market

12/16

5:50pm

Robbery, With Gun


800 block of
Columbus

An unknown suspect bear hugged the victim from behind and knee
the victim in the back causing the victim to fall on the ground. The
suspect grabbed the cell phone in the victims hand and fled away.
An unknown suspect approached the victim and placed a CD in the
victims hand. The suspect demanded money for the CD. There were
three other suspects surrounding the victim and the victim felt
danger to his life. The victim pulled out his wallet and opened his
wallet. The suspect took money from the wallet and the suspects
fled away.
The suspect was trespassing and security took a picture of the
suspect and was escorting the suspect out of the building. The
suspect then grabbed the security by the neck and took the camera
from security. Arrest made.
Two unknown suspects approached the victim on the bus and
demanded property. The suspects punched the victim in the face,
reached into the victims pockets and took his cell phone and wallet.
Two unknown suspects approached the victim and one grabbed the
victims wallet from the victims hand and the other one hit the victim
in the face.
An unknown suspect approached the victim at the ATM and pointed
a gun at the victim. The suspect told the victim to move away and
the suspect withdrew money from the victims account.
Two unknown suspects approached the victim and demanded the
victims cell phone. The victim did not respond and the suspects
stated that they will shoot the victim. One suspect reached into a
backpack and the victim froze, thinking the suspect may pull out a
gun. The other suspect took the victims cell phone from the victims
pants pocket.

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Narcotics Related
12/13

8:05am

Possession of
Narcotics
400 block of Powell

Possession of suspected narcotics. Citation issued.

Assault/Battery/Violent Crimes
12/11

3:00pm

Aggravated Assault,
With Force
600 block of Market

12/13

6:35pm

12/14

1:30am

12/15

4:25pm

12/16

4:18pm

Battery
600 block of Market
Aggravated Assault,
With Other Weapon
400 block of Mason
Aggravated Assault,
With Other Weapon
Drumm/Washington
Battery
Montgomery/Post

The suspect entered the store and asked to use the phone. When
the suspect was told no, the suspect became upset and started
yelling and talking to herself. An employee approached the
suspect and the suspect grabbed the employees hair, pulled the
employee to the ground and slammed the employees head on the
ground. Arrest made.
An unknown suspect approached the victim from behind and
punched the victim in the face.
The suspect threw a glass bottle from the second floor to the first
floor and hit struck the victim in the head. Arrest made.
The suspect sleeping on the sidewalk. The suspect was told to
leave by security, but refused and got aggressive. The suspect
pulled out a water bottle and threw at security. Arrest made.
An unknown suspect approached the victim on a bicycle waiting in
traffic and pushed the victim.
Theft/Shoplifting

12/10

11:00am

Carjacking, With
Force
Francisco/
Montgomery

12/10

12:29pm

12/10

1:30pm

12/10

2:00pm

12/10

4:00pm

12/10

5:30pm

12/10

6:15pm

12/10

7:25pm

Theft, From Locked


Vehicle
Embarcadero Center
2
Theft, Shoplifting
Unit block of
OFarrell
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Leavenworth/Beach
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Pier 33
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Pier 31
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Pier 23
Theft, Shoplifting
Unit block of Powell

12/10

9:00pm

12/11

6:15am

12/11

1:00pm

Theft, From Locked


Vehicle
Pier 1
Theft, From Building
300 block of Post
Theft, From Person
Unit block of Grant

An unknown suspect got into the victims vehicle as the victim was
removing items from the trunk. The vehicle key was left in the
ignition. The victim tried to remove the suspect from the vehicle. The
suspect pushed and swung at the victim. The victim saw thought he
saw a weapon, so he stepped back and the suspect sped away in
the vehicle.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side windows and
stole a suitcase, containing glasses frames.
The suspect entered the store and stole fragrances. The suspect was
stopped by security outside of the store. Citation issued.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window and
stole a backpack, containing a laptop and tablet.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window and
stole a laptop, passport and hard drive.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side front window and
stole a purse.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window and
stole backpacks, containing laptops, passport, keys and USB drives.
The suspect entered the store and stole fragrances and skin care
products. The suspect was stopped by security outside of the store.
Citation issued.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window and
stole a bag, containing a laptop, passport, identification card,
money and earphones.
An unknown suspect stole a compressor from the opened garage.
An unknown suspect approached the victim and stole the game
console from the victims hands.

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12/11

4:00pm

12/11

4:15pm

12/11

4:20pm

12/11

7:00pm

12/12

12:30am

12/12

8:40am

12/12

1:55pm

12/12

4:22pm

12/12

5:30pm

12/12

6:15pm

12/12

6:30pm

12/12

7:11pm

12/13

2:30pm

12/13

5:30pm

12/13

6:15pm

12/13

7:30pm

12/13

8:30pm

12/14

10:05am

12/14

12:30pm

12/14

6:00pm

12/14

7:39pm

12/15

4:45pm

12/15

5:55pm

Theft, From Vehicle


Green/Hyde
Theft, From Building
200 block of Post
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
800 block of
Jackson
Theft, From Building
2100 block of Larkin
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Stockton/Greenwich
Theft, Shoplifting
100 block of
OFarrell
Theft, From Vehicle
Pier 45
Theft, From Building
200 block of Powell
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
800 block of Post
Theft, Shoplifting
200 block of
Jefferson
Theft, Vehicle
Filbert/Taylor
Theft, Shoplifting
Unit block of Powell
Theft, Shoplifting
Unit block of
Wentworth
Theft, Vehicle
Front/Green
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Pine/Grant
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
300 block of Beach
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
North Point/Powell
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
2700 block of Taylor
Theft, Shoplifting
400 block of Sutter
Theft, Other Property
2nd/Market
Theft, From Building
2100 block of Larkin
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Pier 39
Theft, Shoplifting
200 block of
Jefferson

Stolen license plates.


An unknown suspect stole jewelry from the victims purse which was
left unattended on a stores counter.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window and
stole backpacks, containing laptops, tablet and clothing.
An unknown suspect entered the restaurants unlocked office and
employees locker room and stole a laptop and purse.
An unknown suspect shattered the driver side rear window and
stole a laptop, tablet and paperwork.
The suspect entered the store and stole watches. The suspect was
stopped by security outside of the store. Citation issued.
Stolen rear license plate.
An unknown suspect stole the victims purse that was placed on a
cushion unattended.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side front window and
stole a backpack, containing a cell phone and external battery.
Two unknown suspects entered the store and stole mobility devices.
Stolen vehicle.
An unknown suspect entered the store and stole fragrances.
An unknown suspect entered the store and stole bottles of ginseng.
Stolen vehicle.
The suspect shattered the driver side front window and stole
backpacks and a suitcase, containing a laptop, passport, cameras,
camera lenses and clothing. Arrest made.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window and
stole a backpack and suitcase, containing money, credit card and
clothing.
An unknown suspect shattered the trunk window and stole laptops,
passport and clothing.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window and
stole a backpack, containing clothing, glasses, toiletries and watch.
An unknown suspect entered the store and stole coats.
An unknown suspect stole the victims laptop and clothing which was
left unattended on a bike rack.
An unknown suspect rang the door bells of the apartment building
and entered the building. The suspect stole a package from the
apartment lobby.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window and
stole a bag, containing a laptop, passports and clothing.
Four unknown suspects entered the store and stole a mobility
device.

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12/15

6:19pm

12/15

11:25pm

12/16

1:30pm

12/16

1:40pm

Theft, Shoplifting
Unit block of Powell
Theft, From Person
Unit block of Powell
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Mason/Beach
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
200 block of Beach

An unknown suspect entered the store and stole a tablet.


An unknown suspect approached the victim and stole the victims
cell phone from the victims hand.
An unknown suspect shattered the trunk window and stole tablets,
credit cards, money and jewelry.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window and
stole a backpack, containing a passport.
Miscellaneous

12/10

12:37am

Vandalism,
Commercial
Unit block of
Jackson
Fraud
Unit block of Kearny

12/10

11:00am

12/10

4:42pm

12/11

1:30am

12/11

2:56am

12/11

10:30am

12/11

3:07pm

12/12

2:20am

12/12

4:50am

12/12

7:24am

Burglary, Apartment
800 block of Pine

12/12

4:30pm

12/12

5:00pm

12/13

3:00am

12/13

12:00pm

12/13

11:40pm

12/14

3:00am

12/14

9:35am

Burglary, Apartment
1400 block of
California
Burglary, Hot Prowl
600 block of Powell
Burglary,
Commercial
500 block of Beach
Burglary,
Commercial
100 block of Geary
Warrant Arrest
Montgomery/
California
Vandalism, Vehicle
1400 block of Clay
Vandalism, Vehicle
Drumm/Clay

Vandalism,
Commercial
Unit block of Drumm
Burglary, Apartment
500 block of
Stockton
Recovered Vehicle
500 block of Sutter
Burglary, Residence
600 block of Kearny
Recovered Vehicle
800 block of Geary
Warrant Arrest
Geary/Powell
Burglary, Hot Prowl
Unit block of Ross

The suspect shattered the side window of the store. The suspect also
had an outstanding warrant. Arrest made.
An unknown suspect called the victim and stated that the victim
owed back taxes to the IRS. The suspect told the victim to stay on
the phone, drive to the bank and withdraw money. The victim
discovered it was a scam and hung up.
An unknown suspect was told to leave the store. The suspect left
and rammed the door on the outside.
An unknown suspect pried open the front door of the apartment
building and entered the lobby area. The suspect pried open
mailboxes and stole mail.
Recovered vehicle.
An unknown suspect shattered the skylight in the bathroom and
entered the residence. The suspect stole a necklace.
Recovered vehicle.
The suspect was driving a vehicle with no license plates. A computer
check shows the suspect had an outstanding warrant. Arrest made.
An unknown suspect climbed the fire escape and entered the
victims bedroom through an unlocked window while the victim was
in the bathroom. The suspect stole a laptop, wallet, vacuum and
speakers.
The suspect removed the window from the brackets and entered
the apartment building. The suspect stole a blanket from the
laundry room. Arrest made.
An unknown suspect pried open the storage unit and stole bicycles,
wine and a wedding dress.
An unknown suspect opened the unlocked bedroom window and
stole a laptop while the victim was in the living room.
An unknown suspect shattered the front glass door and window and
stole money, tablets, and keys.
An unknown suspect kicked door the front door and stole a laptop,
camera and lens.
The suspect was driving a vehicle and made an illegal turn. A
computer check shows the suspect had an outstanding warrant.
Arrest made.
An unknown suspect shattered the driver side rear window.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window as
he rode a bicycle pass the victims vehicle waiting at a red light.

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12/14

7:50pm

12/16

1:47pm

12/16

3:00pm

12/16

8:45pm

Possession of
Weapon
Powell/OFarrell
Recovered Vehicle
Front/Green
Burglary, Residence
700 block of Post
Arson
600 block of Pacific

The suspect was swing a pipe in the middle of the street. Citation
issued.
Recovered vehicle.
An unknown suspect kicked in the front door and stole laptops,
handbag and jewelry.
An unknown suspect set a garbage can on fire.

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Each month Central Police Station features a citizen


who represents the unique flavor of the
Central Police District. This month we interviewed
Ida Zoubi. Ida is a board member of the
North Beach Business Association.

Ida was born in San Francisco, CA and has kept her ties with the city that she loves. Both
of Idas parents emigrated from Italy, along with her grandparents from her moms side.
You can often find Ida, with her beautiful smile, at Caf Trieste. She makes a mean
depth charge!
Idas Grandfather opened Caf Trieste on April 01, 1956. Ida spent her weekends
there as a kid because her mom would bring her to the caf when she helped out there.
Ida would run around the neighborhood as a kid and at the age of 12, her Aunt
Iolanda put her to work behind the counter of Caf Trieste.
Ida plays an integral part in the neighborhood. Every year Ida helps the San Francisco
Fire Department with their annual toy drive. Ida throws a huge party at Caf Trieste
and invites everyone from the neighborhood to participate in the toy drive; she has local
musicians there to get the party going. Ida also sells a lot of Raffle Tickets for the SFFD
Toy Drive. Ida is a huge supporter of the neighborhood and local musicians and artists;
you can often find quite a few of the local musicians at Caf Trieste playing the accordion or guitar. Ida is also a supporter of the Junior Giants.
We are extremely lucky and grateful to have Ida in the neighborhood, she has always
been a huge supporter of our department and we appreciate her support.
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1. How long have you lived in San Francisco?


I have been involved with the neighborhood since I was a kid. My grandfather
opened Caf Trieste almost 60 years ago. 04/15/2016 will be our 60th
Anniversary of Caf Trieste.
2. What is your favorite thing about the Central District?
My favorite thing about the Central is the people who live here and visit here,
and the history of the district.

3. What is your connection or involvement with the Central District?


I am part owner of Caf Trieste and a board member of the North Beach
Business Association. I help with the SFFD Christmas Toy Drive every year; we
collect toys here at Caf Trieste and sell raffle tickets for the event.
4. What are some of the significant changes that you have noticed in the Central
District in the last 5 years?
I have noticed a lot more families with kids in the neighborhood now. Another
thing that I have noticed is a lot of the legacy businesses closing, like Capps
Corner and Caesars.

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Each month Central Police Station features one


of its officers in an effort to learn more about the
men and women who police our neighborhood.
This month, we interviewed Officer Thomas Cunnane,
a 8-year member of Central Police Station.

Officer Thomas Cunnane is the grandson of Irish immigrants. Officer Cunnane was born
in San Francisco, CA; he grew up in San Francisco and attended Saint Ignatius High
School. After High School, Officer Cunnane joined the US Army where he was a tank
driver for three years. Officer Cunnane is still a San Francisco resident, and has raised
his kids in the city.
When Officer Cunnane returned from serving his country, he joined the SFPD Airport
Bureau. Officer Cunnane worked at the airport from 1980-1997, during that time
Officer Cunnane was part of the SWAT Team and was also a Field Training Officer. In
1997 Officer Cunnane decided to teach defensive tactics and officer safety at the
Police Academy. Officer Cunnane taught at the Police Academy until 2007. Officer
Cunnane has trained many recruits and Officers in the ten years that he was at the
academy.
After ten years of teaching, Officer Cunnane decided to leave the academy and come
to Central Station. Officer Cunnane has walked a foot beat in Union Square for the last
nine years. You can often see Officer Cunnane in the area of Union Square with his
service cap and hear his cheerful laugh.
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Officer Cunnane is a seasoned Officer, who many younger Officers look up to for
advice and guidance. Officer Cunnane is also a member of the Bay Area Law
Enforcement Emerald Society. We are very fortunate to have Officer Cunnane at
Central Station, someone who truly loves and cares about this city.

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CENTRAL COMMUNITY CALENDER

December 2015
Sun

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Meeting

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Community Meeting Location:


Hotel Rex
562 Sutter Street
6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

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Central Police District Map


The CENTRAL DISTRICT commences at a point on the water north of where Mission St. intersects with The
Embarcadero and proceeding west on Mission St. (excluding both sides) to 3rd St.; north on 3rd St. (including
both sides) to Market St.; west on Market St. (excluding both sides) to Powell St.; north on Powell St.
(including both sides) to Geary St.; west on Geary St. (including both sides) to Larkin St.; north on Larkin St.
(including both sides) to Bay St.; west on Bay St. (including both sides) to Van Ness Ave.; north on Van Ness
Ave. (including both sides), and continuing north on the Municipal Pier Access Road (including both sides) to
a point on the water just west of the Municipal Pier; east and south from a point on the water just west of the
Municipal Pier, following the shoreline, to the origin at a point on the water north of where Mission St.
intersects with The Embarcadero.

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EMERGENCY:

911

Non-Emergency:

553-0123

Cell Phone 911:

911

Customer Service Center:

311

Central Station:

315-2400

Captain David Lazar

315-2480 David.Lazar@sfgov.org

Lt. Michael Serujo


Investigations

315-2400 Michael.Serujo@sfgov.org

Lt. Molly Pengel (Days)

315-2400 Molly.Pengel@sfgov.org

Lt. Jody Kato

315-2400 Jody.Kato@sfgov.org

Lt. Brien Hoo (Nights)

315-2400 Brien.Hoo@sfgov.org

Lt. Samuel Christ (Nights)

315-2400 Samuel.Christ@sfgov.org

Anonymous Tip-Line

392-2623

S.A.F.E.

553-1984

Website:

www.centralpolicestation.org

SFPD Tip Line:

575-4444

Chinese Tip Line:

315-2435

Text a Tip:

847411 (Tip 411)

Blessing Scam Hotline:

553-9219

Graffiti Abatement:

850-6951

Central Events:

315-2440 Sergeant Patrick Tobin

Central Permits:

315-2423 Officer Steve Matthias

Code Abatement:

315-2417 Sergeant Alex Takaoka

Deputy City Attorney:

554-3820 Jill Cannon

Dept. of Parking & Traffic:

553-1943

DPW Dispatch

695-2020

Homeless Issues:

315-2400 Officer Eric Caracciolo &


Damien Fahey
315-2400 Officers Howard Chu, Sam
Yuen, David On & Danny Guo
315-2400 Officers Tom Cunnane,
Johnathon Ng, Tiffany Gunter, James
Horan, Timothy Whatley & Andrew
Rechsteiner
315-2400/273-9515 Officers John
Van Koll, Nicholas Stewart, Robert
Clendenen & Kresley Wallace
315-2400 Officers Kevin Worrell, Ray
Pascua, Mark Alvarez & John Torrise

Chinatown Beat:
Union Square Beat:

Fishermans Wharf Beat:


North Beach Beat:
Ping Yuen:

315-2400 Officers Mark Milligan,


Reginald Pena, Minh Du & Ferdinand
Dimapasoc

e, the members of the San


Francisco Police Department, are
committed to excellence in law
enforcement and are dedicated to the
people, traditions and diversity of our
City. In order to protect life and
property, prevent crime and reduce the
fear of crime, we will provide service
with understanding, response with
compassion, performance with
integrity and law enforcement with
vision.