Daylight saving time—when we “spring forward” one hour on our clocks—occurs Sun., 3/13 at 2 a.m. Check out our related article in this issue, as it’s the perfect time to hit refresh on your home security.
San Francisco recently lifted the mask requirement for most indoor public settings. Unvaccinated age 2+ are still required & others (see link). Masks are still recommended to prevent the spread of the virus.
National Poison Prevention Week is 3/21-25. The CA Poison Control System offers free, expert treatment advice and referrals in case of exposure to poisonous or toxic substances. Call 1-800-222-1222.
Daylight Saving Time
Home Security Brush Up
With Daylight Saving Time on Sun., March 13 at 2 a.m., comes a reminder to brush up on home security housekeeping. From replacing the batteries in your fire alarm and carbon monoxide detector to signing up for our home security assessments, we have SF covered re: hitting the refresh button on home security.
SFPD Announces New Captain Lineup at District Stations
The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) recently announced the new lineup of captains assigned by Chief William Scott to serve at the ten district stations throughout the city. Here are the new captains and their station assignments.
SF SAFE offers the SF business community a range of safety-centric resources, ranging from security assessments to Business Watch Groups to presentations, trainings and more. Here are some of the ways our organization can help you create an all-around safer and more secure environment for conducting your business.
As SF residents know well, garage break-ins are a common occurrence in our city. But there are steps community members can take to help prevent becoming the target of this type of crime. Here are some garage safety hacks suggested by SF SAFE’s staff to help secure your garage and protect it from theft.