Emergency: 911
Non-emergency:  (415) 553-0123
TIP LINE: (415) 668-7387

SFPD: Richmond Police Station
461 - 6th Ave
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 666-8000

WEEKLY CRIME BLOTTER e-mAIL:  sfpd@richmondstation.com

Crime Updates and information: 

Be Prepared and Stay Informed

As California has faced a number of challenges with recent wildfires in the North Bay and in Southern California, it is important for us to know how we in Presidio Heights can be prepared in case of emergency.

San Francisco has a variety of tools to help you prepare and stay informed in case of an emergency or national disaster. 

The SF Department of Emergency Management has a number of resources including AlertSF, Twitter: @SF_Emergency, and Wireless Emergency Alerts. Details and how to subscribe may be found at http://sfdem.org/public-alerts.

In addition, Nextdoor.com is a neighborhood social networking tool where neighbors share information. You may sign up with Nextdoor Presidio Heights. 

Finally, those who are interested may subscribe to weekly newsletters with the Richmond Police Station letting you know of crime incidents and happenings in the Richmond District. The Richmond District website is can be found here.  Click on the link on the page to Subscribe to Richmond Station's Email Newsletter.

To Contact the Station:

Richmond Police Station
Captain Michelle Jean
461 - 6th Ave
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 666-8000
Email: SFPDRichmondStation@sfgov.org
Emergency, dial: 911
Non-emergency, dial: (415) 553-0123
TIP LINE: (415) 668-7387

Thank you and stay safe!

1. Nextdoor.com - A neighborhood online bulletin board organized by subject. Classifieds, events, crime and safety are among the topics.     Neighbors use the website to share current crime and activity as as well as people posting looking for general referrals and items for sale.  Under account settings you can adjust how many updates you receive by topic.  

2. Crimemapping.com - This online tool reports a variety of crime activity based on the address you search and distance from the address.   This is a great eye opener to see where recent home burglary/ car break-ins and muggings occur in proximity to your home. You can search by date, distance and type of crime.

3. COMPSTAT, short for computer statistics, provide a basic 'road map' for getting police officers back in the business of actually proactively fighting crime rather than just reacting to it. Click on the green link to view CompStat. 

4. SAFE.org -  SAFE provides free home safety assessments and helps and supports your efforts to  organize a Neighborhood Watch group.   They have over 30 years of experience and are ready to help.  We have a handful of neighbors who have successfully organized neighborhood watch groups through SAFE.                                                     
SAFE provides invaluable city-smart crime prevention tips and reminders for yourself, your residence, business and best practices for safe transit in and around the city.