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Police Station Address: 201 Williams Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124, United States


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Please Remember to Drive Safely Today and Always. Road Safety Basics: Don’t Drink & Drive, Don’t Smoke & Drive, and Don’t Text & Drive #sfpd #SF #420 https://t.co/rBjWp7sICl

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#SFPD Traffic Unit will be conducting #DUI saturation patrols between 3pm-11pm. Research shows that crashes involving an impaired driver can be reduced by up to 20% when well-publicized DUI checkpoints and proactive DUI patrols are conducted routinely. > https://t.co/xVIi2kGhWj https://t.co/uFkzTKUN4C

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Please Remember to Drive Safely Today and Always. Road Safety Basics: Don’t Drink & Drive, Don’t Smoke & Drive, and Don’t Text & Drive #sfpd #SF #420 https://t.co/CyQRjdU1HH

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The San Francisco Police Department was founded in 1849, amid the turmoil of the California Gold Rush. The police department of that time consisted of one marshal and 12 police officers. Today’s force consists of just under 2,200 sworn officers and several hundred civilian employees.

The uniform patch was adopted during the mid 1950’s and was originally worn by the Traffic Bureau. It was later designated as the emblem of the Tractical Squad in the late 1960’s and was formally adopted by the entire department in 1970.

The emblem depicts the mythological bird called the “Phoenix,” which like the city itself rose from the ashes after the 1906 earthquake and fire. The motto means “Gold in Peace, Iron in War.”

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DUI Saturation Patrols This Friday

San Francisco Police Department’s Traffic Unit will be conducting DUI saturation patrols today Friday, April 20, 2018, between the hours of 3:00 P.M. and 11:00 P.M. Research shows that crashes involving an impaired driver can be reduced by up to 20 percent when well-publicized DUI checkpoints and proactive DUI patrols are conducted routinely.

Officers will be looking for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment by checking drivers for proper licensing, delaying motorists only momentarily. When possible, specially trained officers will be available to evaluate those suspected of drug-impaired driving. Recent statistics reveal that 30 percent of drivers in fatal crashes had one or more drugs in their systems. A study of active drivers showed more tested positive for drugs that may impair driving (14 percent) than did for alcohol (7.3 percent). Of the drugs, marijuana was most prevalent, at 7.4 percent, slightly more than alcohol.

Drivers caught driving impaired can expect the impact of a DUI arrest to include jail time, fines, fees, DUI classes, other expenses that can exceed $10,000, not to mention the embarrassment when friends and family find out.

Funding for this checkpoint is provided to the San Francisco Police Department by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, reminding everyone to ‘Report Drunk Drivers – Call 9-1-1’.

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SFPD Makes Several Auto Burglary Arrests Throughout the City

On Monday April 2nd, 2018 at 1:45 AM, Central District police officers were dispatched to the area of Grant Street and Filbert Street regarding subjects breaking into vehicles. Dispatch advised that the subjects had fled the area and gave a description of their vehicle. While enroute to the call, a victim contacted dispatch and said that he located the suspect vehicle at Montgomery Street and Francisco Street. Officers responded to the scene and witnessed one of the suspects burglarizing another vehicle on the 1800 block of Kearny Street. Officers determined that four suspects were involved in the burglaries and were able to take them into custody.

Tyler McKinney, a 26 year-old Berkeley resident, Christopher Wise, a 28 year-old Sacramento resident, Robert Warren a 23 year-old San Francisco resident and a 16 year-old juvenile male suspect were all booked on two counts of burglary and one count of conspiracy each.

On Tuesday April 3rd, 2018 at 11:05 PM, Mission Station officers were patrolling the area of Church Street and 20th Street when they observed a vehicle driving with dealer plates only. When the officers attempted to make a traffic stop, the vehicle sped off. Officers did not pursue the vehicle but the suspect’s car was involved in a traffic collision at the corner of 25th Street and Church Street. Officers searched for the suspect and spoke to a witness who said that he heard someone jump over his backyard fence on the 3800 block of 25th Street. Officers responded to the backyard and arrested Dominic Spears, an 18 year-old transient.

Spears was booked at the San Francisco County Jail on one count of theft of vehicle, one count of possession of stolen property, one count reckless evading, one count failing to stop and exchange information at an accident, one count of failure to have a valid driving license while driving, one count of resisting arrest and one count of driving without a license plate.

On Wednesday April 4th, 2018 at approximately 8:24 PM, Southern District plainclothes officers were conducting surveillance on the area of the 1700 block of Alameda Street. The officers witnessed a car double park near another vehicle. A male who was later identified as Troy Savoy, a 20 year-old San Francisco resident, exited the car and began casing another vehicle. Savoy then returned to the driver’s seat of his car and left the scene. Moments later Savoy returned in the vehicle, exited and approached the vehicle that he was casing. Savoy broke the window and grabbed a backpack from inside the victim’s vehicle. Officers moved in to arrest Savoy. Savoy attempted to flee and crashed his vehicle into a parked car. Savoy and another passenger, who was later identified as Earl Jihad, an 18 year-old Pleasant Hill resident attempted to flee on foot but were quickly taken into custody.

Savoy was booked at San Francisco County Jail on one count of 2nd degree burglary, two counts of possession of stolen property, one count of conspiracy, one count of resisting arrest, as well as several vehicle code violations.

Jihad was booked at San Francisco County Jail on one count of 2nd degree burglary, one count of conspiracy, two counts of possession of stolen property and resisting arrest.

On Thursday April 5th, 2018 at 9:32 PM, plainclothes officers observed a suspect who was later identified as Manuel Mills, a 30 year-old Richmond resident, casing vehicles near the corner of 10th Street and Harrison Street. The suspect entered the front passenger seat of a car and drove away. Mills exited the vehicle again and changed seats with the driver who was later identified as Taj Williams, a 41 year-old Alameda resident. Mills drove the car to Division Street just west of King Street. Williams exited the vehicle and broke the rear window of a parked car. Officers attempted to arrest both subjects but Williams entered the vehicle and Mills reversed his car and crashed into a vehicle that was stopped in traffic. Officers placed both men under arrest and located another subject in the backseat, Savannah Jacobs, a 25 year-old female Richmond resident who was also placed under arrest. Officers located and seized burglary tools from the vehicle.

Taj Williams was booked at San Francisco County Jail on one count of burglary, one count of conspiracy, one count of possession of stolen property and one count of possession of burglary tools.

Manuel Mills was booked at San Francisco County Jail on one count of burglary, one count of conspiracy, one count of possession of stolen property.

Savannah Jacobs was booked at San Francisco County Jail on one count of burglary, one count of conspiracy and one count of possession of burglary tools.

On Saturday April 7th, 2018 at approximately 3:30 PM, officers were dispatched to 5th Street and Townsend Street regarding a bicycle being stolen out of a vehicle. Upon their arrival, officers were able to speak with the witness on scene and review surveillance footage of the incident. Officers were able to identify the suspect as Troy Hawthorne, a 34 year-old transient. The police were able to locate Hawthorne at 4th Street and Harrison Street in a tent. The stolen bike was recovered and Hawthorne was placed under arrest.

Hawthorne was booked at San Francisco County Jail on one count of burglary, one count of conspiracy, one count of possession of stolen property and possession of burglary tools.

Booking photos accompany this news release, except for the one juvenile male that was arrested.

These arrest are an example of the department’s commitment to combat auto burglaries through the strategic deployment of resources, increased responsiveness and expanded deployment of both patrol and undercover officers.

Although arrest have been made, investigators are asking anyone with information on these cases to contact the San Francisco Police at 415-575-4444 or text-a-tip to TIP411 with SFPD at the start of the message.

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Happening this Sunday. Come walk with us!

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Join San Francisco Police Department in supporting Walk MS: San Francisco on Sunday, April 22, 2018!
Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us. Walk MS helps us team up with friends, loved ones and co-workers to change the world for everyone affected by MS. Together, we become a powerful force. This year’s event begins April 22th at 8am at Embarcadero Plaza. For more information on registering or supporting SFPD’s “Walking The Beat” team, please visit walkms.org.
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With #420 approaching this Friday, please inform yourself about safe consumption of cannabis products for your safety and for those around you. Driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal and you can be arrested, fined, and have your license suspended.

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Join San Francisco Police Department in supporting Walk MS: San Francisco on Sunday, April 22, 2018! Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us. Walk MS helps us team up with friends, loved ones and co-workers to change the world for everyone affected by MS. Together, we become a powerful force. This year’s event begins April 22th at 8am at Embarcadero Plaza. For more information on registering or supporting SFPD’s “Walking The Beat” team, please visit walkms.org.

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!Happening Now! Come check out the 10th Annual California Mobile Command Center Rally at AT&T Park, Parking Lot A between the hours of 9am & 4pm.

April 18th, date of the devastating 1906 earthquake and fires, is a very significant date for San Franciscans and we’ll be setting up some associated presentations and classes.

This event will again gather together a wide variety of mobile command and communications units from around California in order to demonstrate the variety of capabilities and mutual aid operability of local and regional mobile comm units throughout the state. In addition to standing demonstrations of mobile units, classroom presentations will be offered, including planned coverage of the 1906 earthquake relative to today’s earthquake preparedness (this date is the 112th anniversary of the 1906 quake), and coverage of the California wildfires of 2017.

We expect 25-30 MCCs to be on display, from a variety of disciplines and organizations including both state-of-the-art commercial units as well as DIY vehicles, in a myriad of sizes, shapes, and configurations.

Field communicators, Comm Unit Leaders, Incident commanders, patrol supervisors, incident dispatchers, emergency managers, and other public safety professionals will be able to:

See firsthand what command and communications resources are available in the area

Obtain a better understanding of Incident Management for large scale operations utilizing COMLs, Incident Dispatchers, and Incident Management Teams for fire, law, EMS, and all risk incidents.