Let’s Socialize for a Safer San Francisco
When it comes to creating a safer San Francisco, there’s no denying the power of social media toward helping to realize that goal. Want to stay updated on SF SAFE’s latest and greatest safety tips and news in between our monthly newsletters? Follow us on Twitter (@SFSAFE) and Facebook (@SFSAFE) and subscribe to the San Francisco Police Department’s (SFPD) page on Nextdoor to be in the know!
During the pandemic, social media offers the best way to get the 411 on one of the SFPD’s key community policing activities: the district stations’ monthly Community Meetings, which are now virtual on Zoom. These meetings offer community members a chance to find out crime trends and safety news happening in their immediate neighborhoods and to have an ongoing dialogue with their local station captain. By building connections, creating partnerships and working hand-in-hand with community members, the police department is better equipped to create lasting, impactful change via its crime-fighting approach.
So what’s the best way to keep on top of the SFPD stations’ Virtual Community Meeting schedules and other important safety info? You guessed it: by following SF SAFE’s social media channels, where we list the dates/times for all ten district station meetings in advance, as well as cancellations.
Learn more about SF SAFE’s programs and services on our website and we hope to see you join our online communities on Twitter (@SFSAFE) and Facebook
(@SFSAFE) and that you subscribe to the SFPD’s page on Nextdoor soon!