*Residential and Construction Burglary Prevention Tips
*2014 Tentative Taraval Station Community Meeting Dates
|Next Taraval Community Meeting: Tuesday – October 21, 2014, 6pm – 7pm
at Minnie and Lovie Ward Recreation Center on 650 Capitol Avenue
Officer Austria, on behalf of all Taraval School Resource Officers, received recognition for their hard work to keep our schools safe!
FREE Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) training in September and October!
The SFPD 4th Annual Law Enforcement Summit took place at the Intercontinental Hotel on August 29, 2014. The topic of discussion was ‘Traffic Safety.” Guest speakers and attendees had the chance to listen and share ideas to make our streets safer.
Please take a look at the San Francisco Police Department Annual Report for 2013 (.pdf)!
The Outer Noriega Merchants Association and kids from the Sunset Beacon Summer Program reminded drivers and pedestrians to stay alert at 45th Avenue and Noriega Street.
Taraval Station participated in the annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at the Minnie and Lovie Ward Recreation Center.
Taraval Investigators arrested a suspect for mail theft in addition to identity theft, elder abuse, and burglary. Be on the look-out for mail theft and check-out these tips from the US Postal Service.
Please watch this video on how to lock your bicycle. San Francisco SAFE and Bike Coalition worked together on this project.
Be aware of imposters who say they’re raising money for the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco!
Find out more about our Neighborhood Courts Assistant District Attorney Rani Singh in an article featured in the South Asian Bar Association Newsletter!
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.
The San Francisco Police Officers Association (SFPOA) is having a benefit on Friday, October 17, 2014 at the Cow Palace.
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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