April 2019
Your Monthly News & Updates
SF SAFE is Hiring

Looking for a rewarding career helping to create a safer San Francisco? SF SAFE is hiring a public safety coordinator to join our small but mighty team! Read the job description and learn how to apply here .  
CPAB Symposium

Save the date for SF SAFE’s Citywide CPAB Symposium July 13, 2019, which will bring the community together at an exciting location to exchange ideas and best practices surrounding a safer San Francisco. Stay tuned! 
SFPAL Cadet Program

The San Francisco Police Activities League is welcoming applications from 14-20 year old city youth for its cadet program. Applications are due May 6, 2019. Learn more about this exciting opportunity here .

SFPD Unveils Chinatown “Adopt a Block” Initiative 

The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) has unveiled a new “Adopt-a-Block” safety initiative in Chinatown aimed at increasing communication, access to officers and expanding its outreach to local merchants and community members.
Neighborhood Watch Group Helps Keep Sunset Safe

For retired school teacher Annie Wong, the impetus to establish a Neighborhood Watch Group (NWG) happened in 2015 when her car was broken into outside her home in San Francisco’s Sunset District.

Spring into Home Safety
with These Tips

Spring has sprung and its arrival is a good reminder to brush up on your home safety checklist and make any necessary adjustments. SF SAFE has sourced some info from the National Safety Council (NSC) to compile these tips on keeping you and yours safe...

Distracted Walking: How to Put Your Best Foot Forward

When it comes to pedestrian safety in the city, it’s up to both drivers and walkers to do their part to avoid accidents. While drivers must follow traffic laws and remain ever vigilant when driving in San Francisco and beyond, there are also actions pedestrians can take to...
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