Police Blotter

Northern Station Newsletter
Captain Greg McEachern

April 15, 2013 #13-8

Captain’s Comments:
Often times, my comments in the newsletter are related to criminal activity, traffic related issues, or other policing concerns. In this newsletter, however, I’m going to comment about community related activities that Northern Station is involved in that I feel are worthy of bringing to your attention.
As many of you may be aware, Chief Suhr is an avid proponent of community engagement, especially any
community engagement or activity involving kids. The Chief’s belief and mine as well, is that the more engaging and
involved the Police Department can be with our youth, the better opportunity we have for a positive impact on the lives of the future adults of San Francisco. To further our community engagement activities, especially involving the youth of our district, Northern Station is partnering with the community on two current and future projects. Our Department is in the midst of a hiring increase, an increase sorely necessary. As part of this hiring increase and to further our community engagement, Northern Station has partnered with the Police Academy and the newly hired recruit officers to begin their community involvement long before they hit the streets. In cooperation with Captain David Lazar, the Commanding Officer of the Academy, Northern Station officers, along with a number of recruits in training, have been visiting the after school programs in the Northern to participate in after school activities with the youth of the district. Last Friday, fifteen recruits from the current Academy class partnered with three officers from Northern Station and visited three after school programs held by the Buchanan YMCA. During the visits the recruit officers were introduced to the youth of the Northern District and had an opportunity to assist with homework, read to the children, and play games and activities during the afternoon. The response from the children and the involved officers was extremely positive. Over the next five months the visits to the after school programs will continue every few weeks and will culminate with the entire recruit class participating in the back pack give away to over 2000 youths in early August. The next visit is later this month and the officers will not only visit a couple of the YMCA after school programs but will also attend the after school program for Mo Magic, a youth program serving children living in the Western Addition. Our hope with this program is that the youth of the district will have an opportunity to see police officers in a positive light while at the same time our newest officers will obtain valuable tools for community engagement and communication that will reap benefits for them throughout their careers.

The second project that Northern Station is partnering with the community in is the Collective Impact Program that helps fund the Mo Magic Program for the youth in the Western Addition. This program predominantly serves low income and high-risk youth, offering opportunities for civic engagement, enrichment, community service, and youth development. Some of the activities that the Collective Impact program will provide for over the summer include field trips, book distributions, the back pack give-a-way, transitional youth speaking activities, and other events supporting youth throughout the summer. Last month, Northern Station officers participated in a basketball tournament fundraiser at Ella Hill Hutch with other city agencies with the proceeds benefiting the Mo Magic programs under Collective Impact. Next month, many members of Northern Station will participate in another fundraiser supporting Collective Impact and it’s a fundraiser I’m mentioning to you in hopes that you may be able to support it as well.
On May 9th, Collective Impact will have its third annual fundraiser “More than Magic.” The fundraiser is the largest event Collective Impact has and the proceeds are a majority of what supports the program throughout the summer. During the fundraiser there will be a More than Magic Awards and Reception attended by Supervisor London Breed, Supervisor Mark Farrell, former Supervisor Bevan Dufty, and other City dignitaries. The event will take place at the Fort Mason Center at the General’s Residence. I’ve attached a link to the fundraiser below and I encourage you to view the link, buy individual tickets to attend the event, or if possible, become a sponsor for the event to help the low income and high-risk youth of our district. I also encourage you to pass this information onto any individuals or corporations that you believe may be able to help in this extremely worthwhile fundraiser. Remember, many of us are fortunate, sometimes more fortunate than others. This fundraiser will allow for those of us more fortunate than others the opportunity to assist the less fortunate and enrich their lives through opportunity, enrichment, and development.

Here is the link to the Program
For more information on Collective Impact, see the second attachment to the newsletter.
City Wide and Northern District Crime Statistics Year-to-Date 2013
City Wide
Violent Crime +4%
Property Crime +14%
Northern Station
Violent Crime +6%
Property Crime +41%
Listed above are the City Wide and Northern District crime statistics through March 30, 2013. As you can see, the
significant difference in the Northern District as compared to the City is related to Property Crime. I’ve mentioned in previous articles the largest contributor to the increase is thefts from locked vehicles. The Northern District is up 88% year to date. Please review previous articles for tips on avoiding being a victim of a theft from your vehicle and please help educate the public in this area. If you don’t leave items in your vehicle for thieves to steal, you usually won’t become a victim of a theft. Thieves don’t usually break into vehicles unless they “see” an item they want; and once they see an item of value in your vehicle, your chance of becoming a victim increases ten-fold.
On a final note to these thefts, the number of car break-ins for the past month has decreased quite a bit. I
contribute it to two factors. First, the public has become more aware of the problem (in part by education/information through this newsletter) and assisted in alleviating the problem by not leaving articles in their vehicles. Second, Northern Station has conducted a number of anti auto-break-in operations in the past two months that has increased our arrests in this area 187% compared to the same time last year. I thank you for contributing to the decrease and I’m hopeful that our percentage in this area will continue to decrease as we continue throughout the year.

Captain Greg McEachern
Northern Station

The Line-Up is a crime prevention tool that allows the public to get involved through social media. The goal is to get the public involved in solving cold case files by watching and identifying video surveillance of suspects committing crimes. Contact information will be listed on the site and the public can be anonymous if they choose. The San Francisco Police Department will be releasing one video per week of suspect(s) involved in a criminal act.
Remember, you have the power to make a difference in our community. Be a crime fighter and help us in identifying these criminals. The weekly videos can be accessed at the sf-police.org website and by clicking on the “line-up” icon at the bottom of the first page.

San Francisco Police Foundation
The SFPD is involved in many types of community events, and actively participates in a variety of philanthropies. Groups are always asking the department for donations of money or to provide some level of involvement in their activities. We recently started the San Francisco Police Foundation to help with the funding of many of these requests. If you would like to donate to the Department’s philanthropic endeavors please make checks payable to the SF Police Foundation: Checks can be mailed directly to the following address: San Francisco Police Foundation, C/O Markun, Zusman, & Compton LLP. 465 California Street, SF, CA, 94104. With your help, the Foundation can, and will, make a difference for our City and in the lives of everyone touched by its police officers.
Note: The Northern Station Police Community Relations Forum is held the second Thursday of
each month. The next meeting will be held May 9th, 2013 at 6 pm at Northern Station’s Community

Monthly Public Safety Meeting
The next Monthly Public Safety meeting will be held Monday May 6th at 7:00PM. The meeting will be at
the Korean American Center located at 745 Buchanan St.
Click here: Northern Station PSA 2 (crime prevention with focus on car break-ins)
If you cannot view the video links above copy and paste the following
Links to your web browser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WN5E4a5AxM
Click here: Northern Station PSA 3 (crime prevention tips with a focus on street robberies)
If you cannot view the video links above copy and paste the following
Links to your web browser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajY25XDNi-Y
Click here: Northern Station PSA 4 Part 1 (crime prevention tips with a focus on identity theft)
If you cannot view the video links above copy and paste the following
Links to your web browser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5nl6cyf8Co
Click here: Northern Station PSA 4 Part 2 (more on identity theft)
If you cannot view the video links above copy and paste the following
Links to your web browser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGcVZ501GFg

**The officers of Northern Station work hard each and every day to keep the streets safe for
everyone. They are making some excellent arrests. Here is a small snapshot of what they are
doing. I encourage you to log on to the SFPD website and under ‘compstat’ you will find a link to
‘crime maps’ that will provide very timely crime information and a greater accounting.

Terrorist Threats, Malicious Mischief, Vandalism to Property, Breaking Windows Arrest, 4/02/13 12:30 Am 900 Block of Eddy St.
Officers were called to an apartment building in the above area regarding a male at the caller’s front door yelling threats and swinging a knife around. The caller said that the man at his door may be his upstairs neighbor. The caller said that earlier in the day he got into a physical altercation with his upstairs neighbor regarding the neighbor leaving the front door to the apartment complex open. The
caller said that the subject became irate and started swinging his keys (on a chain), around, which got close to hitting the caller in the face. The caller grabbed the subject and began to wrestle on the ground. Another neighbor assisted in breaking up the fight. Later that day the subject came downstairs to the front door of the caller. The caller said that the subject was intoxicated and had a knife.
The subject was yelling various threats to “cut up” the caller. The subject slammed the knife into the caller’s front door causing some minor damage to the door. The subject also made other threats to “slash all four of his tires, and he knows where the caller lives”.
The subject eventually stopped cutting on the door and went back to his upstairs apartment. A few minutes later the subject came down the fire escape and appeared at the caller’s rear window. The caller saw the subject swing an unknown object and hit the window, breaking it. The caller called 911. The subject returned upstairs. There were multiple witnesses to this incident. All witnesses gave a similar story to the caller. The officers detained the subject, and he was positively identified by the involved parties. The subject was transported to Northern Station where he was booked on the above charges.

Warrant, False Personation, Possession of Stolen Property Arrest, 4/3/13 3:40 Pm Laguna/Ivy
Officers were on patrol in the above area when they saw a subject riding his bike and repeatedly running through stop lights and signs. They stopped the male in order to issue him a citation. The officers asked for his identification and the subject said that he “lost it”. The subject gave the officers a name that turned out to be false. The subject told the officers that he doesn’t know his social security number or his current address. The officer knew that he was not being truthful about his identity. The officers can not issue a citation to an individual that they are not sure of the person’s identity. The officers transported the subject to Northern Station for identity purposes. The officers checked the subjects backpack and discovered a card with the subject’s true name on it. The officers ran a computer check on the name and discovered that the subject had approximately $100,000 in outstanding warrants. Officers arrested the subject for the outstanding warrants and searched him finding numerous pieces of mail. The officers were able to contact a few of the people who they believed the mail belonged to. The victims had no idea why the subject had their mail, and did not give anyone permission to steal their mail. The subject was booked on the above charges at Northern Station.

Store Burglary Arrest, 4/4/13 2:50 Pm 1300 Block of Webster St.
Officers were flagged down by a citizen who told them that they had just witnessed a private security guard chasing a subject. The officers drove to the area where the incident occurred. The officers were able to find the security guard. The guard directed the officers to an area that he believed the subject just ran . The guard said that the subject had entered the store carrying an empty bag. The guard watched as the subject filled the bag with cleaning items and then walked out without paying for anything. The officers were able to find the subject hiding nearby. The guard identified the male. The subject did in fact have more than $60.00 of stolen goods in his possession. A records check of the male revealed a lengthy arrest record for theft related offenses. The subject was booked at Northern Station.

Exhibiting a Deadly Weapon to Resist Arrest, Warrant Arrest, 4/5/13 4:20 Pm Geary/Gough
Officers responded to the above location regarding a trespasser in the building. The caller said that the person was inside the building in an area with some potted plants. The caller said that the subject was acting strangely. The caller directed the officers to the subject. The officers found the male subject who was waving his arms around erratically and talking to himself. The subject saw the officers approaching and pulled a knife from his front pocket. The subject took an aggressive stance and pointed the knife in the direction of the officers. Officers drew their department issued firearms and ordered the subject to put down the knife. The subject dropped the knife and was taken into custody without further incident. A records check of the male revealed an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The subject was booked at Northern Station.

Street Robbery Arrest, 4/7/13 7:14 Pm Geary/Laguna
Officers responded to a call for service regarding a robbery of an Iphone. The caller gave a good description and direction of travel for the subject. The caller stated that the subject was riding a bicycle. Officers quickly had the subject in custody. The victim told the officers that she wasn’t hurt but was very shaken up, scared and she was crying. She was able to view and positively identify the subject who was detained. She added “that’s him, that’s the bike”. The victim told police that she was waiting for the bus at Geary and Laguna and listening to her music on her phone, when suddenly someone approached her from behind and tried to forcibly take her phone from her hand. There was a short struggle and the subject was able to rip the phone from her hand. She got a good look at
the subject as he fled. The officers attempted to locate the phone; with negative results, as it had been turned off. The subject was transported to and booked at Northern Station.

Vehicle Burglary, Possession of Stolen Property, Possession of Burglary Tools Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia, Warrant
Arrest, 4/8/13 3:40 Pm Unit Block of Page Street
Officers were called to the above area regarding a subject suspected of casing vehicles. They were able to locate him nearby going through a garbage can. The officers ran the man’s name through dispatch and the subject had a no bail parole warrant for his arrest. The officers performed a search incident to arrest, and found a window punch and shards of auto glass in his front pockets. They checked his backpack and found a pair of bolt cutters, and a “meth pipe”. The window punch and bolt cutters are items commonly used by burglars/auto burglars. The caller (a security guard) said that he saw the subject hanging around a vehicle that had been broken into. The guard watched the subject on surveillance video. The officers located the “boosted” vehicle, and were able to locate
the owner. The owner arrived and identified her car as well as many items that belonged to her that were in the subjects backpack. The officers took photos of all evidence and returned the victim’s property to her. The subject was booked at Northern Station.

Vehicle Burglary, Possession of Graffiti Tools, Possession of Burglary Tools Arrest, 4/8/13 05:09 Am California/Webster
While on routine patrol officers saw a male subject kneeling by a vehicle with a gas can in his hand. As the officers got closer in their marked patrol car the subject knelt down behind the parked car. The officer’s believed that the subject was trying to not be seen by the police. They stopped the car and ordered the male out from behind the car. The subject complied, but had his hand in his pocket. The officers had the subject remove his hand and they were able to handcuff him without incident. The officers immediately noticed an overwhelming smell of gasoline coming from the subject. The officers checked beneath the car and saw that the nut on the gas tank had been loosened and gas had drained out and spilt all over the roadway. The subject’s hands were covered in gas and the gas can that he was holding contained about one gallon of gas. The subject spontaneously stated that he never touched the car. Then he stated that the gas can was from his car that he was working on down the road. The subject couldn’t tell the officers where this “car” was. The subject told the officers that he had never been arrested in San Francisco. The officers ran a record check on the subject and found an extensive arrest record for theft related offenses. The officers conducted a search of the subject and found numerous items considered to be burglary tools. Officers notified the health department who came and dealt with the gasoline. The officers were able to notify the vehicle owner of the incident. The officers transported the subject to Northern Station where he was booked on the above listed charges.

Robbery, Att. W/ Knife, Aggravated Assault W/ Knife, Conspiracy, Cocaine Offense, Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia,
Warrant Arrest, 4/9/13 5:21 Pm Willow/Polk
Officers on routine patrol were driving in the above area, when they heard screaming coming from the alley way. They saw a male victim being pulled down behind a van. The victim was able to break away from the subjects, and he directed the officers to the subjects. The officers detained the subjects. The victim said that he was walking home when he was grabbed in the alley by the two subjects. One of them placed a knife to the neck of the victim and said “Give me everything you got”. The subjects began to go through the victim’s pockets and steal things. The victim saw the police car turn a corner and approach them. The victim broke away from the subjects and notified police what had just occurred. A witness directed the officers to the knife which was nearby and discarded by the subjects. Officers took photos and later booked the knife into evidence at the station. The two subjects were arrested for the above violations at Northern Station.

Vehicle Burglary, Possession of Burglary Tools, Possession of Stolen Property, Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia Arrest,
4/9/13 2:00 Am Polk/Golden Gate
Officers on patrol drove into the above area and observed two men in a physical altercation. One male appeared to be trying to flee and the other seemed to be trying to keep his hands on the other male in order for him to not be allowed to leave. The victim yelled to the officers “He just broke into my car”. The victim was working in the area and happened to see the subject hanging around his vehicle. The subject broke the window and began to steal items from the center console area. The victim came out to confront the subject, as the police arrived. The victim identified the subject and the stolen items which had been taken, then fell out of the subject’s pockets. These things were stolen from the center console of the victim’s vehicle. The subject was transported to Northern Station where he was booked.

Vehicle Burglary, Possession of Stolen Property, Probation Violation, Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia and Burglary Tools
Arrest, 4/9/13 5:57 Pm Geary/Laguna
Officers responded to the above area regarding an auto burglary in progress. Dispatch notified officers that the witness was following the subject. The subject had stopped and was riffling through bags the he stole from a vehicle. The officers detained the male as directed by the caller. The witness told the officers that they had the correct person in custody. The witness saw the subject “fiddling” with the door handles of a car. The subject gained entry to the car and began to stuff things into his pockets, then removed and left with the bags. The witness called 911. Officers tracked down the owner of the car who responded to the scene. The victim identified
the items in the possession of the subject as his. Officers ran a computer check on the subject which revealed he is currently on probation for auto burglaries, and has been arrested for the same crime numerous times in the past. The subject was booked on the above charges at Northern Station.

Saturday (on-going): 9:00a.m.-1:00p.m. there is a farmer’s market on O’Farrell Street between Fillmore and Steiner
Last Tuesday of each month (on-going): Second Chance Legal Clinic. 6pm, 1290 Fillmore Street. Questions, call 415-
814-7610. Bring a recent RAP sheet.
ALERT (Auxiliary Law Enforcement Response Team): The SFPD version of NERT. For more information call 415-832-
8419, or email: sfpdalert@sfgov.org.
NERT (Neighborhood Emergency Response Training) Training:
To find out the most current class dates and locations or to enroll call 970-2024 or go to: www.sf-fire.org

San Francisco Police Activities League (PAL)
SF PAL is accepting applications now for its 2013-2014 Summer Academy & Internship. Want to learn more check out: http://www.sfpal.org/Cadets
Note: If you would like your Community Meeting agenda listed in our Newsletter, please send the information to my email address. If you want it posted for the same week you must email me by Wednesday for the Thursday newsletter.
Additionally you can email any questions, comments, and crime concerns that are occurring in your community. If you
would like to reserve the Community Room at Northern Station please contact Linda at 415-614-3402.
Domestic Violence Information

The San Francisco Police Department’s Special Victims Unit (SVU) is a centralized police investigative unit located at the Hall of Justice- 850 Bryant Street, Room # 500. A staff of inspectors at the SVU reviews 350 to 400 incident reports of domestic violence each month.
The SVU investigates all felony arrest cases involving abuse committed against any person, who is a spouse, former
spouse, cohabitant, former cohabitant, in a current or former dating relationship, in a current or former engagement, or have a child in common. This includes boyfriend/girlfriend and same sex relationships. The SVU also investigates elder abuse cases (neglect and physical) and stalking cases.
All non-arrest reports are also reviewed by the SVU. The SVU Inspectors telephone every victim in an attempt to advise her/him about follow-up procedures and referrals. A message is left if voice mail is available. It is important to note that attempts are made to contact all victims in every domestic violence, elder abuse and/or stalking case. Likewise, no SFPD domestic violence report is “just filed”. All reports are reviewed; computer checks on alleged suspects for parole/probation violations are completed; victim notifications are conducted and the results of all of the work are logged. The SVU works closely with Victim Services, Adult Protective Services, and Safe Start l. If you are a victim or know someone who is a victim of domestic violence, please contact the SFPD’s Special Victims Unit at 415.553.9227. In an emergency, dial 911. Please be safe and remember that reporting domestic violence doesn’t just assist the victim but the victim’s family as well.

SFPD Recruitment Information
www.sfpdcareers.com and www.sfgov.org/police.
SF Police Activities League Is an organization that runs programs for youth to include: the Junior Giants, Seahawks
football and cheer, police cadet training, basketball teams, boxing training, soccer teams, etc. Chances are that if you grew up in San Francisco at some point you played a sport for a PAL team. Right now they are going through serious funding issues and are actively seeking donations. Visit their WEB site today to find out more and donate if you can at www.sfpal.org
Hayes Valley News Letter As a police department we cannot fight crime without the help and cooperation
of others, I am fortunate to work with many great, proactive community groups and this one (Hayes Valley
Neighborhood Association) worked hard in the creation of a one page resource for small businesses to help in their
crime fighting/prevention efforts. Just click on “Hayes Valley News Letter” below to get to the sheet.
Are you a resident of the Hayes Valley Neighborhood, and do you want to receive their monthly newsletter? Send your
contact information/email to voice@hayesvalleysf.org.

Watch streets become communities, and neighbors become friends. Watch crime go down, as security goes up. Watch
police become partners as you join with them in making your neighborhood a better place to live. Start a Neighborhood Watch on your block and see all these things happen and more! SF Safe (Safety Awareness for Everyone) will give you the knowledge and tools to create a stronger, more cohesive and resilient community, and teach you how to be prepared and empowered at work, on the streets or sidewalks, and in your home. Contact SF Safe at (415) 553-1966 or please visit the SAFE website and explore all of the great crime prevention information that they provide. www.sfsafe.org

Essential Numbers:
Non-Emergency: 553-0123
Anonymous Tip Line: 575-4444
Customer Service Center: 311
Non-Emergency: 553-0123

Commanding Officer
Captain Greg McEachern 614-3400
Special Events Sergeant
Sgt. Mark Moreno 614-3404
Watch Commanders
Lt. Toney Chaplin (Days) 614-3411
Lt. Colleen Fatooh (Days) 614-3411
Lt. Pete Thoshinsky (Nights) 614-3411
Lt. Brian Delahunty (Nights) 614-3411
Investigative Lieutenant
Lt. Sergio Chin 614-3423
Station Investigations Team 614-3443
Anonymous Tip-Line 614-3451
Special Events
Officer Lynn Pomatto 614-3421
Permits/ Code Enforcement
Officer Dave Frias 614-3405
Homeless Issues
Officer Dave Brandt
Officer Chris Schaefer 614-3400
Text-a-Tip Set Up Instructions
Non-Blackberry Cellular Telephones: Dial 847411- then SAVE this to your phone contacts as a mobile number. Name
this new contact TIP411. Now the number is ready to be used to send text messages. When sending a message, type
SFPD then leave a space. Type your Message and Send. You will receive a reply message in seconds.
Blackberry telephones: Similar to above. First you need to add TIP411 to your mobile contact list. Select TIP411 enter. The cursor will be in blue on the #8 (847411). Click the ball and select SMS TEXT TIP411. Type your message starting with SFPD (space) … then send. You will receive a response within seconds.

Megan’s Law Website Access:
The general public can find out information on sexual predators on line by going to the DOJ website:
www.meganslaw.ca.gov or at the SFPD link at www.sfgov.org/police. You may check specific names or zip codes to
locate those listed in the database.
Emergency Preparedness:
How would you survive for 72 hours? In a major disaster it may be 3 days until vital services are restored. Visit:
www.72hours.org for more information.
SFFD has on-going NERT (Neighborhood Response Team Training) training for 2013, to find a date that works for you go to: www.sfgov.org/sffdnert or call (415)970-2024.

During the Earthquake:  If you are indoors, stay there. Quickly move to a safe location in the room such as under a strong desk, a strong table, or along an interior wall. The goal is to protect you from falling objects and be located near the structural strong points of the room. Avoid taking cover near windows, large mirrors, hanging objects, heavy furniture, heavy appliances or fireplaces. If you are cooking, turn off the stove and take cover.
If you are outdoors, move to an open area where falling objects are unlikely to strike you. Move away from
buildings, power lines and trees.
If you are driving, slow down smoothly and stop on the side of the road. Avoid stopping on or under bridges and
overpasses, or under power lines, trees and large signs. Stay in your car.
After the Earthquake:
Check for injuries if needed, help ensure the safety of people around you.
Check for damage. If your building is badly damaged you should leave it until it has been inspected by a safety
If you smell or hear a gas leak, get everyone outside and open windows and doors. If you can do it safely, turn off
the gas at the meter. Report the leak to the Gas Company and Fire Department. Do not use any electrical
appliances because a tiny spark could ignite the gas.
If the power is out, unplug major appliances to prevent possible damage when the power is turned back on. If you
see sparks, frayed wires, or smell hot insulation turn off electricity at the main fuse box or breaker. If you will have to step in water to turn off the electricity you should call a professional to turn it off for you.
311 Customer Service Center:
What is 311? 311 is a toll free, NON-EMERGENCY phone number that the public can call to access information about
government services. A live customer service representative will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year. The service is available to both wired and wireless customers. Wireless customers should call (415) 701-2311. 311 employees will be able to provide translations services in more than 145 languages and dialects and will employ a diverse staff of customer service representatives. Once your complaint is logged you will be given a tracking number to follow up on at a later date. Additionally, 311 are set up to accept calls from the hearing impaired by utilizing a TTY System. Note: 3-1-1 now has a victim’s services website: http://sfvictimservices.org for more information.
How does 911 work on cell phones in San Francisco?
If you are on surface streets in San Francisco and dial 911, your call will be answered by the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management. Once the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management determines what
emergency services are needed, they will then process your call.
If you are on a freeway in San Francisco and dial 911, your call will be answered by either by the San Francisco
Department of Emergency Management Services or the California Highway Patrol Dispatch Center. Regardless, your 911
call will be routed to the proper emergency agency, the San Francisco Police Department, the California Highway Patrol, or the San Francisco Fire Department, including ambulance service.
Public Service Information:
Be advised….Parking meters will be enforced on all holidays and both weekend days, EXCEPT Thanksgiving, Christmas,
and New Years. www.sfmta.com.
If anyone is interested in serving on the San Francisco Grand Jury please follow the link for more information:
ABC Licensing Info:
New License= Type 41 License: On Sale Restaurant Beer/Wine (minors allowed). 2205 Lombard St.
New License= Type 42 License: On sale beer/wine bar (must be 21 years old). 1540-B Fillmore St.
District Supervisors
The Northern District covers 5 different supervisory districts, as follows: District 2, Mark Farrell; District 3, David Chiu; District 5, London Breed; District 6, Jane Kim; and, District 8, Scott Wiener. Each supervisor has their own WEB site; most include a newsletter that I have found to be full of helpful and interesting information. Included are job information, event(s) information, legislation information, etc. I would advise you, if you are interested, to check their sites out.

Captain Greg McEachern #1124
Northern Station
San Francisco Police Department
Office: 415-614-3400