SFPD Assigns New Captains at Six District Stations
Change is afoot at the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD). A host of new captains have been assigned by Chief William Scott to serve the community as
commanders at six district stations. Here’s the lineup of new captains and their station assignments:
Capt. David Maron
Capt. Nicole Jones
Capt. Julian Ng
Capt. Gaetano Caltagirone
Capt. Rachel Moran
Capt. Chris Canning
Want to get to know the new station leadership? Keep an eye out on SF SAFE’s social media for a host of upcoming Meet & Greets with the new captains. In addition, there are other ways to connect with station captains.
By signing up for your local SFPD station’s newsletter, you can keep closely connected to your new captain, as well as what’s happening in your neighborhood. Each police district issues a weekly newsletter with a letter from the station captain, specific crime stats and trends for the week, SFPD and station news, officer highlights, SF SAFE safety tips and other safety-centric info related to the neighborhoods surrounding the station. Not sure which SFPD police district you live in? Click here to find your local station.
Another way to get to know your new captain, while also engaging in community policing in your neighborhood, is by attending your local SFPD station’s monthly Virtual Community Meeting on Zoom. Participating in these online meetings is an excellent way to keep informed about crime trends in your neighborhood so you can take preventative measures, and to voice any thoughts, info or concerns you might have directly to the officers responsible for your neighborhood. Follow @sfsafe on Twitter to stay updated on all station meeting dates.
Yet another way to go all-in on connecting with your new captain is by contacting your local district station and letting them know you might be interested in serving on their CPAB. SF SAFE works with the SFPD on CPABs, which are groups of residents and business reps who assist in problem-solving surrounding crime and safety issues, and act as a “think tank” for community policing activities. Contact your local SFPD station for more info.