Lookup Warrants and Arrests in South San Francisco, California. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

South San Francisco California Police Station Address: 33 Arroyo Dr, South San Francisco, CA 94080, United States


21 hours ago
Thanks for this excellent reminder from our friends from @SCCoSheriff. Driving while under the influence of marijuana, alcohol, or any drug (legal or not) will land you in jail. https://t.co/qlVBN59nHY

2 days ago
DOG WALKER WATCH PROGRAM

Calling All Dog Walkers!

The training session will be held at the SSFPD – Training Room on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 6:30 pm. https://t.co/Jixk7ChvRW https://t.co/bN5l4wSoEc

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3 days ago
SSFPD ONLINE REPORTING

Did you misplace your passport?
Did someone steal your package on your doorstep?
Did someone slash your tire?
Did someone damage your fence?
Did you know you can file these incidents online?

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1 week ago
Yesterday, SSFPD Dispatchers attended the Dispatch Awards Luncheon at the Oracle Conference Center. It was a great way to honor the unsung heroes of every law enforcement agency. We thank them for their dedicated service! https://t.co/efTo4psV3n

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1 week ago
From one side of the country to the other, we are one big family in law enforcement. We are hurting today and our thoughts and prayers go to the Yarmouth, MA Police and the family of K9 Officer Sean Gannon who was shot and killed yesterday in the line of duty. @YarmouthPolice https://t.co/sxgxMo7Cwo

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South San Francisco Police Department

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South San Francisco Police Department1 day ago

The members of the South San Francisco Police Department send their thoughts and prayers to the families of Deputy Sergeant Noel Ramirez, Deputy Sheriff Taylor Lindsey, and the members of the Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office in Florida, as a result of the two Deputies being senselessly ambushed earlier today while they were simply taking a lunch break and eating in a local restaurant. Reports say the two were not on a call for service and the attack was completely unprovoked. Both Deputies were shot and killed by the suspect who was also found deceased at the scene. The Deputies were inside the restaurant and the suspect was located outside. The investigation is on-going. May they both Rest In Peace. 🙏🏽🚔🙏🏾

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South San Francisco Police Department2 days ago

DOG WALKER WATCH PROGRAM

Calling All Dog Walkers!

The training session will be held at the South San Francisco Police Department – Training Room on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 6:30 pm. This training is for humans only, so you can leave your furry friends at home.

If you have questions, contact Corporal O’Connor at (650) 829 – 3931 or via e-mail at matthew.o’connor@ssf.net.

For more information, click on the link below:
http://bit.ly/2FlyyGv

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South San Francisco Police Department3 days ago

SSFPD ONLINE REPORTING

Did you misplace your passport?
Did someone steal your package on your doorstep?
Did someone slash your tire?
Did someone damage your fence?
Did you know you can file these incidents online?

You are able to file an online report for the following crimes if they meet certain criteria and occurred in the city limits of South San Francisco:

Harassing Phone Calls: Immediate hang-ups, obscene language, threats (with no suspect information).

Lost Property: Lost property when property has been misplaced and a report is desired either for insurance or so the owner can be identified if property is found. (Includes passports, personal documents)

Petty Theft: The theft of property when there is no suspect information and the property value is under $950.00, excluding firearms and materials threatening to public safety (i.e. explosives or highly toxic substances).

Vandalism: All vandalism (damage or defacing of property) with no suspect information, that is not a Hate Crime (crime based on religion, race, sexual preference or belief) and the amount of damage is under $5,000.

Vehicle Vandalism: Vandalism (i.e. window smash, tire flattened, paint scratched) to a vehicle without suspect information and the amount of damage is under $5,000.00.

Any crimes where there is known suspect information must be filed by calling the police department at 650-877-8900 or 9-1-1 to report emergencies.

To file an online report, click on the link provided from the city website and then click the Online Report icon on the Police Department homepage. http://www.ssf.net/departments/police

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South San Francisco Police Department added 3 new photos.1 week ago

Yesterday, SSFPD Dispatchers attended the Dispatch Awards Luncheon at the Oracle Conference Center. It was a great way to honor the unsung heroes of every law enforcement agency. We thank them for their dedicated service!

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South San Francisco Police Department added 2 new photos.1 week ago

From one side of the country to the other, we are all one big family in law enforcement. Today we grieve together on the loss of K9 Officer Sean Gannon from the Yarmouth, Massachussetts Police Department who was shot and killed yesterday in the line-of-duty. Our thoughts and prayers go to @YarmouthPolice and the friends and family of Officer Gannon. RIP fellow brother in blue.

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South San Francisco Police Department with Supervisor David Canepa.1 week ago

The At Risk Youth Foundation, in coordination Supervisor David Canepa surprised our officers with several Teddy Bears yesterday! The Teddy Bears will be given to children in need while our officers are on calls for service! Many thanks to the At Risk Youth Foundation’ and David Canepa for the delivery! 😊🐻