May is National Bike Safety Month! Click here for helpful tips from the National Highway Traffic Safety Association re: keeping cyclists safe on the road and here to register your bike with SAFE Bikes.
Thinking about a road trip for Memorial Day? Check out this list from the National Safety Council so you’re prepared should an emergency arise while you’re out on the road.
What’s one of the best ways to be proactive about deterring crime in your own neighborhood? By starting or joining a Neighborhood Watch Group! Click here to let SF SAFE help you get going today.
Street Smart Safety Tips
for San Francisco’s Reopening
What’s that you suddenly see on the street? PEOPLE! As San Francisco makes progress in the fight against COVID-19 and moves to less restrictive tiers, more people will be out and about. With this in mind, check out SF SAFE’s safety tips for reopening.
Beware of Scams and Financial Crimes during Tax Season
As the May 17 tax deadline draws near, SFPD Central Captain Julia Ng took the opportunity to caution the community to be careful with personal and financial information when filing, as tax season is a popular time for scams and financial crimes.
Mayor Announces Efforts to Combat Anti-Asian Violence in SF
May is API Heritage Month, which makes it an apropos time to share Mayor London Breed’s latest efforts to improve public safety in San Francisco and provide targeted support to members of the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community.
The San Francisco Police Department is warning community members of a phone scam currently making the rounds. Scammers are calling residents claiming they have outstanding warrants or have committed crimes and must pay a fine.