Thanks to Sup. Myrna Melgar for joining SF SAFE to meet with neighbors for a Munch & Mingle in SF’s Forest Hill neighborhood to listen to concerns and share updates and safety resources. We appreciate everyone helping create a safer SF!
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Take the National Safety Council (NSC) Just Drive Pledge and commit to drive distraction-free for your own safety and that of others. Learn more by clicking here.
Egg Hunter’s Paradise
St. Mary’s Rec Center will play home to an “Egg Hunter’s Paradise,” with a free egg hunt for the 12 & under set Sat., April 9 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. rain or shine. Get in on an egg-cellent adventure with the SFPD and others at 95 Justin Dr., in SF.
Hit-and-Run Offers Reminder for Drivers to Share the Road with Cyclists
A recent disturbing incident involving the hit-and-run and serious injury of a San Francisco cyclist offers a stark reminder of the importance of drivers learning how to share the road with cyclists before tragedy strikes. Here are some tips for drivers about safely sharing the road with cyclists.
A Refresher on Street Safety as Workers Return to SF
Mayor London Breed has joined with others to encourage a return to in-person work. As streets get busier, we’re cautioning community members to be aware of their surroundings as well as other pedestrians and vehicles. While we acclimate to being out-and-about in the city again, here’s a refresher on street safety.
As Freeway Shootings Spike, Here’s How to Deal with Aggressive Drivers
Statistics released by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) show freeway shootings in the Bay Area more than doubled between 2019 and the end of 2021, accompanied by a rise in road rage incidents. Here’s what the CHP says to do if you ever encounter an aggressive driver.
FBI’s Tips for Avoiding Romance Scammers like the Tinder Swindler
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Romance scams are a hot topic lately, amid two Netflix shows—Inventing Anna and The Tinder Swindler—that showcased this type of fraud. According to the FBI, victims of these crimes lost $1 billion in 2021 alone. Here are the FBI’s tips for avoiding romance scams.