Start the New Year off right with SFPD Bayview at its first Virtual Community Meeting of 2021, set for Tues., Jan. 5 @ 6 p.m. RSVP to email@example.com with your SFPD station name to get the link.
SFPD Park seeks community members interested in joining its Community Police Advisory Board (CPAB). Members assist in problem-solving crime and safety issues. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join SFPD Northern Station for a Virtual Community Meeting Tues., Jan. 12 at 5 p.m. on Zoom! RSVP to email@example.com and be sure to include the SFPD station name to get the link.
SF SAFE’s New Year Message
to the Community
In a New Year message, SF SAFE looks back on 2020 with gratitude for the work the community has enabled us to accomplish each and every day. We’re proud to partner alongside the diverse members of this community and serve as your trusted platform for public safety education, engagement and advocacy.
San Francisco Launches New Street Crisis Response Team
The first phase of San Francisco’s Street Crisis Response Team (SCRT) pilot program launched Nov. 30, which saw the first team begin responding to 911 calls relating to people experiencing behavioral health crises. The SCRT program is part of the City’s efforts to develop alternatives to the SFPD’s responses to non-violent calls.
Over the past year, our community has learned how crucial it is to make safety a top priority—whether it relates to our health or otherwise. SF SAFE has compiled some key ways to kick off the new year on safe footing to protect yourself and those you care about, as well as the greater community.
California Rolls Out App Aimed at Slowing Spread of COVID-19
California has launched a free smartphone app that notifies users if they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19. Developed with Google and Apple, the CA Notify app enables Californians to opt-in to receive COVID-19 notifications while also protecting people’s privacy and security.