*Residential and Construction Burglary Prevention Tips
*2014 Tentative Taraval Station Community Meeting Dates
|Next Taraval Community Meeting: Tuesday – July 15, 2014, 6pm
at Minnie and Lovie Ward Recreation Center on 650 Capitol Avenue
In a disaster, have a plan and prepare at least a “Go Bag.”
Captain Lum would like to remind the communities of the Taraval Police District about recent incidents involving different types of scams.
On June 21, 2014, AIDS Awareness Fair was held in the parking of Walgreens store on Irving Street and 22nd Avenue.
There will be night time training at the police firearm range located near Lake Merced in late June and early July.
On June 11, 2014, the SFPD and the California Highway Patrol (CHP) conducted a joint traffic enforcement effort on the ever busy 19th Avenue.
The San Francisco Police Officers Association (SFPOA) is having a benefit on Friday, October 17, 2014 at the Cow Palace.
(From left to right: Darshan Singh, Leanne Gueco, and Bill Barnickel) – On May 22, 2014, the Outer Sunset Merchants and Professionals Association (OSMPA) hosted a City-wide meeting of the SF Council of District Merchants Associations (SFCDMA).
Captain Curtis Lum congratulates Lieutenant Michael Cleary of Taraval on his last day on the job on Tuesday, May 20, 2014. After serving nearly 30 years, Lieutenant Cleary hung up his uniform for the proverbial ‘greener pastures.’
FREE “Is this a bait bike?” stickers are available at the station front desk! These high-quality and highly reflective stickers are desgined to make bike thieves think twice about stealing. There is an active campaign by the Department to capture bike thieves by hiding tracking devices on decoy bicycles throughout the City.
We spend a lot of energy worrying, or ignoring, what might happen to our friends and family in the event of an emergency. Making a plan is simple; take 5 minutes to lift a weight off your shoulders – and help yourself and those you love.
Mayor Ed Lee envisions a 50% reduction in pedestrian fatalities and serious injuries by 2021. The MTA and the SFPD wants to build on the Mayor’s commitment and strive for “zero” traffic-related deaths by 2024.
As part of San Francisco DPH’s (Department of Health) Tobacco Free Project campaign, free “No Smoking” signs in English, Chinese, and Russian are avaiable at Taraval Station.
SF SAFE (Safety Awareness For Everyone) has created a bicycle registry program to help find stolen bicycles and to deter bicycle thefts. Additionally, check-out the effective “Sheldon Brown Locking Method!”
ALERT (Auxiliary Law Enforcement Response Team) volunteers are looking forward to a strong start this year!
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