Impaired driving is more than just alcohol. It also means cannabis, prescription drugs and other drugs. So, please be smart and plan your celebrations with everyone’s safety in mind.
Although our numbers are looking pretty good as year to date (YTD) in 2018, there were 157 reported burglaries as compared to 79 YTD in 2019. That’s almost a 50 percent reduction, but there is more work to do.
We have had some terrible accidents throughout the City as of late so expect to see stepped-up enforcement not only in the Sunset but citywide.
“If you see something say something.” You are the eyes and ears of the community. Taraval Station has a great relationship with its residents so let us know when you think something is just not right.
Hello everyone. I am the new captain here at Taraval Station, Nick Rainsford. Although “new” to Taraval I have more than 25 years of experience with the SFPD.
December is here and it is one of the busiest shopping times of the year. We recommend that you stay alert when using electronic devices; limit your distractions and be aware of your surroundings.
I want to thank everyone who attended our SF Police Commission presentation at St. Ignatius College Preparatory on Oct. 17. We had a great number of attendees, including a class of criminal justice students.
Our next community meeting will be on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 6 p.m., at the Taraval Police Station, located at 2345 24th Ave. Parking is limited so please try to carpool or get a ride. We would love to have you attend and express any concerns that you may have.
A message from police captain Robert Yick.
A message from Capt. Robert Yick, commanding officer at the Taraval Station.
Updates from Capt. Robert Yick, commanding officer at the Taraval Police Station.
On Aug. 7, National Night Out will be taking place throughout the country and each police district will have a venue. It is an annual community-building event that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer.
I would like to thank the SFPD’s burglary detail and the Special Investigative Team for its continued hard work. The results are dramatic.
I am pleased to announce that additional personnel will be added to the Taraval Neighborhood Team (TNT)…
If you are a victim, please remain calm and immediately dial 911. Tell the dispatcher
what happened and provide the best description possible. Language assistance is always
available, and please remember: “If you see something, say something.”