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850 Bryant Street San Francisco, CA. 94103 (415) 553-1373 Captain Bill Roualdes May 30 t

850 Bryant Street San Francisco, CA. 94103 (415) 553-1373

Captain Bill Roualdes May 30 th , 2014

Captain’s Message

If you have not heard, Captain Michael Redmond was promoted to Commander of the Metro Division on May 24, 2014. That same day, I was assigned as the new Commanding Officer of Southern Station. My

name is Bill Roualdes; I am a native San Franciscan who joined the San Francisco Police Department in

October of 1980. I worked as a Patrol Officer at Mission Northern Stations from 1981 through 1996.

promoted to Sergeant in 1996 and worked in the Southern District until 2008. The majority of time at Southern Station, I was working as a supervisor on the midnight watch and was the Assistant Event Commander at AT&T Park for the San Francisco Giants baseball season.

I was

I was promoted to Lieutenant in 2008 and was assigned to Bayview Station. During my time at Bayview Station, I was a watch commander on the day watch and served as the Officer in Charge of Candlestick Park for the San Francisco 49ers season. In 2011, I was assigned to Southern Station as a day watch platoon commander and assumed the duties of the Officer in charge of AT&T Park for the San Francisco Giants, 2011-2013 seasons.

In June of 2011, I was assigned to Operations Bureau and assigned to be the Departments Liaison for Homeless Outreach as well as continuing as the Officer in Charge of AT&T Park. As the liaison for Homeless Outreach, I worked very closely with Dariush Kayhan and later Bevan Dufty and the Mayor’s Office of H.O.P.E., as well as many other city agencies. I am very familiar with the Southern District and I am very excited to work with the community and our partners in the Southern District.

Meetings:

Meetings: Monthly Community Meeting/ Date: June 18, 2014 Time: 6:30 pm Location: Bayside Village Special Events:

Monthly Community Meeting/

Date: June 18, 2014 Time: 6:30 pm Location: Bayside Village

Special Events:

SF Giants June 6-8 vs Mets June 9-12 vs Nationals

Pride Parade

June 29th

REPORTS

Each week, the newsletter contains various summaries of significant arrests, investigations, and incidents which occurred or have a connection to the Southern District. On average, over 1,000 incident reports are generated each week by officers and subsequently reviewed by the Station Captain. Only then are a handful of reports selected to be summarized and shared within the newsletter. Due to the Change of Command this week, we have not included any reports for this week’s newsletter.

SOUTHERN STATION RESOURCE LIST

EMERGENCY

911

Non-Emergency

553-0123

SFPD Anonymous Tip Line

575-4444

SF Customer Service Center

311

Southern Station

553-1373

Southern Station Anonymous Tip Line

552-4901

Web (For Crime Stats, Internet reports, etc.)

www.sfgov.org/police

Southern Station email

sfpd.southern.station@sfgov.org

Southern Station Twitter

@Southernsfpd

Captain William Roualdes

william.roualdes@sfgov.org

Lieutenant Greg Kane (Station Investigations)

greg.kane@sfgov.org

Day Watch Platoon Commanders Lieutenant Chuck Limbert Lieutenant Steve Mannina

553-1373

charles.limbert@sfgov.org

steven.mannina@sfgov.org

Swing Watch Platoon Commanders Lieutenant Teresa Gracie Lieutenant Dave Falzon

553-1373

teresa.gracie@sfgov.org

dave.falzon@sfgov.org

Market Street Foot Beats Lieutenant Scott Heidohrn Sergeant Brian Oliver and Sergeant Ron Liberta

553-1373

scott.heidohrn@sfgov.org brian.oliver@sfgov.org, ronald.liberta@sfgov.org

Southern Plainclothes Unit Sergeant Darren Nocetti

darren.nocetti@sfgov.org

Graffiti Abatement

278-9454

Graffiti Fax

278-9456

Southern Station Events Sergeant John Conway

553-9191

john.conway@sfgov.org

Southern Station Permits / Code Abatement Officer Simon Chan

553-9192

simon.chan@sfgov.org

Southern Station- District Attorney Marisa Rodriguez

553-1252

marisa.rodriguez@sfgov.org

Deputy City Attorney – Southern District Jennifer Choi

554-3887

jennifer.choi@sfgov.org

DPW

695-2020

Dispatch (24hrs)

Dept. Parking & Traffic

553-1943

Quality of Life Liaison/Homeless Outreach

553-1373

Officers Miolanen, Reyes and Toney

DPH Air, Sound and Radiation Program

415/252-3800

(Noise Control Officer) 415/252-3911

Entertainment Commission

www.sfgov.org/entertainment/415-554-6678

SF SAFE

553-1984

Allison Burke

www.sfsafe.org

SF Homeless Outreach Team (24 hour dispatch)

734-4233

SF SAFE 553-1984 Allison Burke www.sfsafe.org SF Homeless Outreach Team (24 hour dispatch) 734-4233

A Message from SF SAFE:

A Message from SF SAFE: Watch streets become communities, and neighbors become friends. Watch crime go

Watch streets become communities, and neighbors become friends. Watch crime go down, as security goes up. Watch police become partners as you join with them in making your neighborhood a better place to live.

Start a Neighborhood Watch on your block and see all these things happen! SF SAFE (Safety Awareness for Everyone) will give you the knowledge and tools to create a stronger, more cohesive and resilient community, and teach you how to be prepared and empowered at work, on the streets or sidewalks and in your home.

Contact SF SAFE at 415-553-1984 or learn more at www.sfsafe.org

A Message from Community Boards

more at www.sfsafe.org A Message from Community Boards Are you having difficulty with someone? A loud

Are you having difficulty with someone? A loud neighbor? Disrespectful roommate? Unresponsive landlord? Community Boards’ Neighborhood Mediation Program can assist you with quality of life issues (noise, parking, pets, graffiti, maintenance, etc) or relationship conflicts (family members, roommates, landlords, neighbors, etc).

A mediation is a confidential and voluntary meeting where people discuss difficulties they are having with each other assisted by impartial third-parties, our mediators. Our mediators are trained to help people come up with workable and lasting solutions. They don’t give advice or make judgments. The goal is to help everyone feel heard, understood and respected.

We offer our services in English, Spanish, Mandarin and Cantonese at low- to no-cost. No one is turned away for lack of funds. Contact Community Boards at (415) 920-3820 x100 or learn more at www.communityboards.org.

New Program from SF SAFE

www.safebikes.org

SF SAFE, in partnership with the San Francisco Police Department has launched a

new program called SAFE Bikes. This is a no cost bicycle registry program administered by San Francisco SAFE. Anyone can register their bicycle by going to www.safebikes.org and

clicking on the registration icon.

Coalition, and several local businesses are undertaking a citywide educational campaign to teach people how to protect themselves against bike theft/burglary by recommending locking

strategies and suggesting theft prevention tips.

SAFE in collaboration with the San Francisco Bicycle

The registration portion of SAFE Bikes is just beginning and can be a useful tool down the road if people register their bicycle. A Police Officer will be able to identify a registered bicycle on the street by the metallic sticker specifically made for this bicycle registration program. Each

person receives a sticker when they register their bicycle. I encourage everyone to go to www.safebikes.org and utilize this free service offered.

311 Customer Service Center:

What is 311? 311 is a toll free, NON-EMERGENCY

information about government services. A live customer service representative will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year. The service is available to both wired and wireless customers. Wireless customers should call (415) 701-2311. 311 employees will be able to provide translations services in more than

phone number that the public can call to access

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languages and dialects and will employ a diverse staff of customer service representatives. Additionally,

311

is set up to accept calls from the hearing impaired by utilizing a TTY System.

*311 will also take police reports if you DO NOT have any suspect description and the crime is not in progress. After meeting these conditions these are the reports 311 will take: Harassing phone calls, vehicle break in, vehicle tampering, lost property, theft, and vandalism/graffiti reports.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

SFPD ALERT Program

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES SFPD ALERT Program San Francisco Police Department Auxiliary Law Enforcement
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES SFPD ALERT Program San Francisco Police Department Auxiliary Law Enforcement

San Francisco Police Department Auxiliary Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT)

The San Francisco Police Department has developed a volunteer citizen disaster preparedness program. The Auxiliary Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) will recruit, train, credential, and uniform volunteers to assist law enforcement in the event of a natural or manmade disaster. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and live, work, or attend high school in San Francisco. For a comprehensive overview of the ALERT program, please visit our webpage at www.sanfranciscopolice.org/alert

SF NERT Program

The San Francisco Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) is free training from the San Francisco Fire Department in how to help yourself and your neighbors prepare for and respond to a disaster by working together. The 20-hour training includes personal preparedness, light search and rescue, disaster medicine, shutting off your utilities, and how to participate as a member of a neighborhood response team. NERT also offers continuing training for graduates and activities that support building robust neighborhood teams. For more information, visit the NERT website at http://sfgov.org/sffdnert , or contact Lt. Erica Arteseros at (415) 970-2022 or sffdnert@sfgov.org.

Community Resources/Information

South of Market neighborhood preparedness: http://southbeachsafety.com/