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Police Blotter – January 11, 2018

SFPD RICHMOND DISTRICT STATION NEWSLETTER JANUARY 4, 2018 Download the full newsletter (PDF) CAPTAIN’S MESSAGE With the New Year comes new goals to accomplish. I have drafted a 5 year strategic plan for Richmond Station, and made 3 Main Priorities… Continue Reading

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Car break-ins at all-time high in 2017; SFPD plans to increase patrols to deter thieves

“San Francisco has a lot of car break-ins?” asked no one who lives in the Richmond District. It’s not uncommon for us to walk the streets of the neighborhood and see broken glass on the sidewalk curbs, leftovers from car… Continue Reading

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Police Blotter – January 4, 2018

SFPD RICHMOND DISTRICT STATION NEWSLETTER JANUARY 4, 2018 Download the full newsletter (PDF) CAPTAIN’S MESSAGE I hope everyone had a safe and happy New Year’s celebration. San Francisco schools will be back in session next week, beginning January 8th. Remember… Continue Reading

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This morning’s quake is a rockin’ reminder of the city’s required seismic retrofit program

If you weren’t jolted awake by the magnitude 4.4 earthquake at 2:39am this morning, then we want to know the secret to your deep sleep! The morning’s quake rumbled and rolled for several seconds; its epicenter was in Berkeley near… Continue Reading

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Assemblymember Phil Ting to hold coffee hour for constituents, January 9

Assemblymember Phil Ting will be holding a “Richmond District Community Coffee” event on Tuesday, January 9 for the public. Ting represents the 19th Assembly District, which includes the west side of San Francisco. The event is a chance for the… Continue Reading

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The Top Stories of 2017 in the Richmond District

I don’t know about all of you, gentle readers, but we are ready for 2017 to be over! It’s been a crazy year for our country, so we thought we’d take your mind off things with something hyper-local: the top… Continue Reading

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Charity updates: Internet Archive receives $1M bitcoin donation; Western Neighborhoods Project to open new headquarters

A couple of local nonprofits that are headquartered in the Richmond District shared some exciting news over the holidays. The Internet Archive, located at Clement & Funston and the keeper of the internet’s history along with millions of digital books… Continue Reading

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Clement Street car break-ins on the rise, even during daylight hours

There’s been some chatter this week among Clement Street merchants about car break-ins that appear the be on the rise. Burglars are even doing smash and grabs in the middle of the day. One afternoon this week, a woman parked… Continue Reading