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    SFPD Bayview Station wrote: Subject: Bayview Station Newsletter From: SFPD Bayview Station
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      SFPD Bayview Station <SFPD_Bayview_Station@...> wrote:
      Subject: Bayview Station Newsletter
      From: SFPD Bayview Station <SFPD_Bayview_Station@...>
      Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 11:26:35 -0700


      Bayview District Newsletter
      Captain Albert Pardini        
      October 17, 2007


      Bayview News:
      Halloween Costumes and Trick or Treat
      As you and your youngest acquaintances plan this year’s Halloween festivities, the officers at Bayview Station hope you might consider adopting a few of the tips below for costume design, traffic safety, and trick or treating.  To begin with, incorporate glow sticks and reflective tape into costume design.  If you plan to use face-paint, make sure it is cosmetically approved.  When purchasing or making costumes, make sure the mouth and eyeholes are large enough, that the costumes are not too long, and take care that they are made of fire retardant material.  Open flames are often a part of Halloween decorations.  If you plan to display Jack-o-Lanterns outside, bear in mind that ghosts, damsels, and superheroes may be brushing past them as they ply you for goodies.  Think about using properly insulated electric lights instead, and position decorations away from foot-traffic patterns.

      Adults, make sure your young ones know not to enter any stranger’s car or home.  Always inspect their “loot” before letting them consume it.  Consider disposing of anything that is not packaged or home made.  Examine all fruit that unknown patrons give as a treat, and wash them thoroughly.  

      At least one adult should always accompany young children as they trick-or-treat.  A two-to-one ratio is ideal.  Try to move in larger groups, keep a head-count, and plan your route. Sew names, addresses and phone numbers inside your young voyagers’ clothing.  If your children are older or teen aged, make an agreement with them to return home at a specific time and share their plans with you.  Again, large groups!  Reinforce crossing at corners only, looking both ways, and walking.  Never walk out from between parked cars.  Never insist on the right of way, and use illuminated or reflecting devices to mark your progress.  If the traditional house-to-house trick or treating makes you uncomfortable these days, contact your schools and plan to attend locally orchestrated activities instead.  

           Remember, if you dial 9-1-1 from a cell phone, you may reach the California Highway Patrol in Sacramento instead of your local office of emergency communications.  If you are a San Francisco resident and you have a cell phone, program this seven-digit number for local 9-1-1 response: (415) 553-8090.  Have fun!

      District Events:

      Bayview Opera House Landscape Installation
      This Friday, October 19th at 10AM there will be a one day planting of the Bayview Opera House grounds.  The planting is being led and fully donated by the internationally renowned Sausalito firm, SGA Group.  To RSVP, contact Vicky.Knoop@....  The Bayview Opera House is located at 4705 Third Street at the corner of Newcomb Avenue.

      Re-opening of the Joseph Lee Recreation Center
      On Saturday, October 20, 2007 at 10 AM will be the grand reopening of the Joseph Lee Recreation Center.  There will be entertainment, refreshments, and activities for the whole family.  The Joseph Lee Recreation Center is located at 1395 Mendell Avenue at Newcomb Avenue.  


      Help us improve your Muni!
      Over the past year, the Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP) has been looking at ways to make Muni more efficient and attractive to riders.
      Please attend an upcoming community meeting to learn about the TEP's key findings and ideas and help us shape the City's plans to improve Muni service. We will present the same information at each meeting.  In early 2008, we will host another series of meetings to present final recommendations.

      *There will be a Fast Pass raffle at each community meeting.*

      For more information, visit our web site: www.sftep.com, e-mail info@..., or call (415) 226-1313.  For general SFMTA information, call 311.

      All sites are wheelchair accessible. Assistive listening devices and materials in large print will be available at the meeting. To request real time captioning, a sign language interpreter or other accommodations, please call (415) 226-1313 TTY: (415) 701-2323. Providing at least 72 hours advance notice will help to ensure availability.

      Excelsior District
      Saturday, October 20 (morning)
      10:00 am to 12:30 pm
      Monroe Elementary School - Cafeteria
      260 Madrid St. at Excelsior Ave.
      (Enter on Madrid)
      The nearest Muni bus routes are 14, 29, 49 and 52.
      Mission District
      Saturday, October 20 (afternoon)
      3:00 pm to 5:30 pm
      St. Peter’s Catholic Church – Lower Hall
      Alabama St. at 24th St.
      (Enter on Alabama)
      The nearest Muni bus routes are 9, 27 and 48.
      Inner Sunset
      Monday, October 22
      6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
      County Fair Building
      (Hall of Flowers) – Recreation Room
      near entrance to San Francisco
      Botanical Gardens
      9th Ave. at Lincoln Way
      The nearest Muni routes are N-Judah, 6, 43, 44, 66 and 71.
      Civic Center
      Tuesday, October 23
      6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
      Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
      99 Grove St. at Polk St.
      The nearest BART and Muni Metro station is Civic Center.
      The nearest Muni bus routes are 9, 19, 21 and 49.
       
      Juvenile Justice Reform
      The Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice (BCCJ) and the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) are co-sponsoring the “Juvenile Justice Reform: Forty Years After Gault” conference at UC Berkeley’s Boalt Law School on October 26 & 27, 2007.

      The conference will feature top juvenile justice leaders from the Bay Area and across the nation. It will focus on the key juvenile justice policy issues the nation is facing forty years after the seminal Supreme Court case of In re Gault established due process rights for children in the juvenile justice system.

      Plenary panels will include a state legislator’s panel, a judge’s panel and a media panel. Breakout panel topics will include reforming juvenile corrections in California; juvenile justice, child welfare and mental health systems overlap; disproportionate minority confinement; alternatives to incarceration; legal representation of juveniles; restorative justice; reforming juvenile detention; trying juveniles as adults; and girls in the juvenile justice system.

      The conference is attended for service providers, law enforcement officials, corrections officials, policy makers, attorneys, advocates, community leaders, funders, academics, students and others interested in juvenile justice reform.

      To register for the conference or for more information, please go to http://www.law.berkeley.edu/centers/bccj/conferences/gault/registration.html

      San Francisco Recreation Department
      The San Francisco Recreation and Parks’ Fall 2007 Program registration is now available on line. There is no need to stand on line to register for programs.  Please visit them online at www.sfreconline.org.

      Senior Citizen Speaker Series
      On Lok, the Senior Citizen care group, is sponsoring a speaker series for topics for Senior Citizens.  All events will be held at 1333 Bush Street at Larkin Street.  All Events are free, space is limited and an RSVP is required.  Call 888-886-6565.  
      Upcoming topics:

       â€œHoliday Blues” – Ways to plan ahead for the holidays.  Wednesday, December 5th, 3PM to 5PM

      Free Legal Help
      Do you have a problem that may require an attorney? Visit the free Legal Advice and Referral Clinic (LARC). You will have a meeting with a volunteer lawyer who will give you legal advice. You may also receive referrals to agencies that might be able to help you.
      Saturday, October 25th, 2007
      You must register between 12:00pm and 1:30pm
      Providence Baptist Church of San Francisco
      1601 McKinnon Avenue (at Mendell)
      One block east of Third Street
      Doors close at 1:30pm without exception

      If you have questions, or would like more information, please call (415) 989-1616.


      Arrest:

      Wednesday, October 10, 2007 – 4:25 PM – Traffic Violation, Warrant arrest –Double Rock Housing Projects – CS# 071 041 031 – Officers Martin and Festa reported seeing a man commit a minor traffic violation.  A computer check revealed that the man was operating the car without a driver’s license as well as being a parolee at large.  

      Thursday, October 11, 2007 – 4:16 PM – Stay Away Order – Oakdale Avenue and Baldwin Court – CS# 071 044 784 – A validated member of the Oakdale Mob street gang was arrested after seen loitering in the area of Oakdale Avenue and Baldwin Court, a violation of his court order.  The man, a resident of Hayward, who is also on probation, was booked.  

      Friday, October 12, 2007 – 10:50 AM – Street Robbery, Arrest Made – Silliman and Dartmouth Streets – CS# 071 047 045 – Bayview Officers received a 911 call from a person who just witnessed an elderly woman get robbed.  The 911 caller followed the attackers to a house on the 600 block of Felton Street.  The door to the residence was wide open.  Because a robbery had just taken place the police went inside the house, to perform a well being check.  They detained all the occupants until it could be figured out what has happened.  

      Another witness reported seeing two juveniles holding the elderly woman down and rummaging through her belongings.  The witness reported that the juveniles were laughing the entire time.  

      The victim was interviewed and she reported to being attacked and property taken from her.  A cold show was performed and the two witnesses identified the victim’s attackers.  A search of the house revealed a picture of the victim and a family member as well as an envelope with her name on it.  The suspects, both seventeen were booked at YGC.  The victim was treated with a laceration to her head.  

      Saturday, October 13, 2007 – 2:40 PM – Possession of a Loaded Firearm – Keith Street and Thomas Avenue – CS# 071 051 096 – Police responded to the are of Keith Street and Thomas Avenue on a report of a man brandishing a firearm at a resident.  The resident gave the police a description of the car and it was found on the 1600 block of Oakdale Avenue with two people standing outside of it.  When the police closed in the occupants went inside the house.  The police knocked on the door and saw that one of the occupants was on active felony probation.  A search of the house was performed and a handgun was found in the yard in the rear.  It appeared that the gun was recently placed there, because it did not have any dirt or debris on it.  A cold show was performed and the victim identified the suspect as the one who brandished the gun at him.  The individual was arrested for weapons and probation violations.  

      Sunday, October 14, 2007 – 8:51 AM – False Vehicle Registration – Double Rock Housing Projects – CS# 071 053 315 – Officers Lamma and Cortes saw a Toyota that was displaying registration for Cadillac.  The motorist was contacted and was discovered to also have a warrant for his arrest.  He was booked for the warrant and traffic violations.  The car was towed for registration and administrative fees.  

      Sunday, October 14, 2007 – 1:01 PM – False Vehicle Registration – 22nd/3rd Streets – CS# 071 053 945 – Officers Hastings and Manrique spotted a car that had a blue 2007 registration sticker.  Unfortunately for the motorist the registration stickers for 2007 are green.  The motorist admitted to photocopying a valid registration sticker and affixing it with Velcro to his license plate.  Unfortunately, some of the rain had washed the ink away turning it blue.  The motorist was arrested and the car was impounded for falsifying registration information.  


      Significant Incidents:


      Saturday, October 13, 2007 – 1:26 AM – Carjacking – 500 Block of Barneveld – CS# 071 049 530 – A club-goer stepped outside and saw a group of 4 men rummaging through his trunk.  The victim pressed the panic button on his key fob in hopes to scare off the thieves to no avail.  One of them said to the victim, “Give me your keys, or I will kill you,” and reached for his waistband.  The victim, fearing for his safety, threw his keys to the ground.  One of the suspects grabbed the keys and fled in the victim’s car and the remaining suspects fled in a different car.  

      Miscellaneous Incidents:

      Friday, October 12 , 2007 – 9:25 AM – Attempted Burglary – 800 block of Illinois – CS# 071 046 718 – Bayview Officers received a report that someone was breaking into a warehouse located on the 800 block of Illinois Street.  Officer Catlett was among the first to arrive.  He saw the suspect but the suspect did not see him.  Officer Catlett watched the suspect try to open the door to the warehouse with a crowbar and a hammer.   The suspect took a break from hammering the pry bar and saw Officer Catlett.  He was taken into custody without incident.    



       Bayview Station Resource List:


      EMERGENCY:                911
      Non-Emergency:                553-0123
      Customer Service Center:         311
      Cell phone 911:                 553-8090 or 911
      Bayview Station:                671-2300
      Web:                                www.sfgov.org/police  (For Crime Stats, Internet reports, etc.)

      Captain Albert Pardini        671-2303        albert.pardini@...
      Anonymous Tip-Line                822-8147        Bayview Station’s Voicemail  
      SFPD Anonymous Tip Line        575-4444         Live person 24-hrs a day
      Graffiti Abatement                278-9454            
      Graffiti Fax                            278-9456
      Bayview Events:                671-2303         Sergeant Ava Garrick                
      Bayview Permits:                671-2313         Officer Gigi George
      Code Abatement:                671-2303         Sergeant Ava Garrick
      Deputy City Attorney:                554-3820         Jill Cannon  
      Dept. Parking & Traffic:        553-1943
      DPW:                                695-2020        Dispatch
      Quality of Life Liaison:        671-2332        Officer Sue Lavin (Mon-Fri Cell 850-9740)
      SF SAFE                        553-1984        San_Francisco_SAFE_Inc@...
      Abandoned Auto                 850-9737        Officer Rodriguez (Mon- Fri 7AM – 3 PM)
      Homeless Issues:                671-2332        Officer Sue Lavin (Mon-Fri Cell 850-9740)
      Third Street Beat:                671-2300        Officer Festa & Officer Martin
      Third Street Beat:                671-2300        Officer McPherson & Officer Singleton
      San Bruno Avenue:                671-2300        Officer Brady & Officer Fong
      Bayview Narcotics                254-7197        Sgt. Hagan & Sgt. Dempsey
      Westbrook Development        509-1678         Officer Wise & Officer Cahill
      Westbrook Development        806-8304        Officer Reynoso & Officer Pasqua
      Potrero Hill Development        509-1408        Officer Rodatos & Officer Sanders
      Potrero Hill Development        987-6389        Officer Fowlie & Officer Ferraez
      Hunter’s View Development  987-6569        Officer Brian Petiti & Officer Chantal
      Hunter’s View Development  509-1270        Officer Robinson & Officer Dockery
      Community Liaison:                    671-2303         Sergeant Garrick

      District Station Monthly Community Meeting is held on the first Tuesday of Each month at Bayview Station Community Room at 201 Williams Avenue at 6:00 PM.  Entry can be made through the Newhall Street door.  

      However, because of Election Day, the meeting will be held Tuesday, November 13, 2007.  

      The San Francisco Police Department is currently hiring:
      The San Francisco Police Department is continuously hiring qualified applicants. Applicants must be 21 years old, have a valid driver’s license, must be a US citizen, must have a high school diploma or equivalent, and must not have been convicted of a felony or convicted of a misdemeanor which would prohibit possession of a firearm. For more information or to apply, contact the Department of Human Resource at 44 Gough Street, San Francisco. Additionally, applications are available on-line at www.sfgov.org/police or http://agency.governmentjobs.com/sf/default.cfm?action=jobs.

      Megan’s Law Website Access:
      The general public can find out information on sexual predators on line by going to the DOJ website: www.meganslaw.ca.gov or at the SFPD link at www.sfgov.org/police. You may check specific names or zip codes to locate those listed in the database.

      Join The San Francisco Citizen’s Police Academy
      For more information, including application process, please call Ms.Lula Magallon at (415) 401-4720, or Officer Maria Oropeza at (415) 401-4701. You can also email us at sfpd_citizenspoliceacademy@... or visit our website: http://www.sfgov.org/site/police_index.asp?id=20182.

      Graffiti Alert:
      Day Watch Sgt. Ava Garrick is Bayview Station’s Graffiti Abatement coordinator.  Each month he collects surveys from the various beat officers to report graffiti to DPW and our own Graffiti Unit within the police department.  You can contact Sgt. Ava Garrick at ava.garrick@....

      311 Customer Service Center:
      What is 311? 311 is a toll free, NON-EMERGENCY  phone number that the public can call to access 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 145 languages and dialects and will employ a diverse staff of customer service representatives. Additionally, 311 is set up to accept calls form the hearing impaired by utilizing a TTY System.

      Cell phone 911:
      How does 911 work on cell phones in San Francisco?
      If you are on surface streets in San Francisco and dial 911, your call will be answered by the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management Services. Once the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management Services determine what emergency services are needed, they will then route your 911 call to the San Francisco Police Department or the San Francisco Fire Department, including ambulance service.

      If you are on a freeway in San Francisco and dial 911, your call will be answered by either by the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management Services or the California Highway Patrol Dispatch Center. Regardless, your 911 call will be routed to the proper emergency agency, the San Francisco Police Department, the California Highway Patrol, or the San Francisco Fire Department, including ambulance service.

      Captain Albert Pardini
      Bayview Police Station
      201 Williams Avenue
      SF, CA 94124
      415  671-2300
      Fax  671-2345

    • Mendell Street
      Can t wait to see the Bayview Opera House Landscape Installation This Friday, October 19th at 10AM there will be a one day planting of the Bayview Opera House
      Message 2 of 6 , Oct 18, 2007
        Can't wait to see the Bayview Opera House Landscape Installation
        This Friday, October 19th at 10AM there will be a one day planting of the Bayview Opera House grounds.  The planting is being led and fully donated by the internationally renowned Sausalito firm, SGA Group.  To RSVP, contact Vicky.Knoop@ sfgov.org.  The Bayview Opera House is located at 4705 Third Street at the corner of Newcomb Avenue.
        I'll stop by after work in the afternoon. Hope it's still going on. Would love to help. Anyone going?
         
        Now if I could get DSL back. Have had no access for a week. Hope to have home access again soon.

        Melita R <video_gurl40@...> wrote:


        SFPD Bayview Station <SFPD_Bayview_ Station@ci. sf.ca.us> wrote:
        Subject: Bayview Station Newsletter
        From: SFPD Bayview Station <SFPD_Bayview_ Station@ci. sf.ca.us>
        Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 11:26:35 -0700


        Bayview District Newsletter
        Captain Albert Pardini        
        October 17, 2007


        Bayview News:
        Halloween Costumes and Trick or Treat
        As you and your youngest acquaintances plan this year’s Halloween festivities, the officers at Bayview Station hope you might consider adopting a few of the tips below for costume design, traffic safety, and trick or treating.  To begin with, incorporate glow sticks and reflective tape into costume design.  If you plan to use face-paint, make sure it is cosmetically approved.  When purchasing or making costumes, make sure the mouth and eyeholes are large enough, that the costumes are not too long, and take care that they are made of fire retardant material.  Open flames are often a part of Halloween decorations.  If you plan to display Jack-o-Lanterns outside, bear in mind that ghosts, damsels, and superheroes may be brushing past them as they ply you for goodies.  Think about using properly insulated electric lights instead, and position decorations away from foot-traffic patterns.

        Adults, make sure your young ones know not to enter any stranger’s car or home.  Always inspect their “loot” before letting them consume it.  Consider disposing of anything that is not packaged or home made.  Examine all fruit that unknown patrons give as a treat, and wash them thoroughly.  

        At least one adult should always accompany young children as they trick-or-treat.  A two-to-one ratio is ideal.  Try to move in larger groups, keep a head-count, and plan your route. Sew names, addresses and phone numbers inside your young voyagers’ clothing.  If your children are older or teen aged, make an agreement with them to return home at a specific time and share their plans with you.  Again, large groups!  Reinforce crossing at corners only, looking both ways, and walking.  Never walk out from between parked cars.  Never insist on the right of way, and use illuminated or reflecting devices to mark your progress.  If the traditional house-to-house trick or treating makes you uncomfortable these days, contact your schools and plan to attend locally orchestrated activities instead.  

             Remember, if you dial 9-1-1 from a cell phone, you may reach the California Highway Patrol in Sacramento instead of your local office of emergency communications.  If you are a San Francisco resident and you have a cell phone, program this seven-digit number for local 9-1-1 response: (415) 553-8090.  Have fun!

        District Events:

        Bayview Opera House Landscape Installation
        This Friday, October 19th at 10AM there will be a one day planting of the Bayview Opera House grounds.  The planting is being led and fully donated by the internationally renowned Sausalito firm, SGA Group.  To RSVP, contact Vicky.Knoop@ sfgov.org.  The Bayview Opera House is located at 4705 Third Street at the corner of Newcomb Avenue.

        Re-opening of the Joseph Lee Recreation Center
        On Saturday, October 20, 2007 at 10 AM will be the grand reopening of the Joseph Lee Recreation Center.  There will be entertainment, refreshments, and activities for the whole family.  The Joseph Lee Recreation Center is located at 1395 Mendell Avenue at Newcomb Avenue.  


        Help us improve your Muni!
        Over the past year, the Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP) has been looking at ways to make Muni more efficient and attractive to riders.
        Please attend an upcoming community meeting to learn about the TEP's key findings and ideas and help us shape the City's plans to improve Muni service. We will present the same information at each meeting.  In early 2008, we will host another series of meetings to present final recommendations.

        *There will be a Fast Pass raffle at each community meeting.*

        For more information, visit our web site: www.sftep.com, e-mail info@..., or call (415) 226-1313.  For general SFMTA information, call 311.

        All sites are wheelchair accessible. Assistive listening devices and materials in large print will be available at the meeting. To request real time captioning, a sign language interpreter or other accommodations, please call (415) 226-1313 TTY: (415) 701-2323. Providing at least 72 hours advance notice will help to ensure availability.

        Excelsior District
        Saturday, October 20 (morning)
        10:00 am to 12:30 pm
        Monroe Elementary School - Cafeteria
        260 Madrid St. at Excelsior Ave.
        (Enter on Madrid)
        The nearest Muni bus routes are 14, 29, 49 and 52.
        Mission District
        Saturday, October 20 (afternoon)
        3:00 pm to 5:30 pm
        St. Peter’s Catholic Church – Lower Hall
        Alabama St. at 24th St.
        (Enter on Alabama)
        The nearest Muni bus routes are 9, 27 and 48.
        Inner Sunset
        Monday, October 22
        6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
        County Fair Building
        (Hall of Flowers) – Recreation Room
        near entrance to San Francisco
        Botanical Gardens
        9th Ave. at Lincoln Way
        The nearest Muni routes are N-Judah, 6, 43, 44, 66 and 71.
        Civic Center
        Tuesday, October 23
        6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
        Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
        99 Grove St. at Polk St.
        The nearest BART and Muni Metro station is Civic Center.
        The nearest Muni bus routes are 9, 19, 21 and 49.
         
        Juvenile Justice Reform
        The Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice (BCCJ) and the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) are co-sponsoring the “Juvenile Justice Reform: Forty Years After Gault” conference at UC Berkeley’s Boalt Law School on October 26 & 27, 2007.

        The conference will feature top juvenile justice leaders from the Bay Area and across the nation. It will focus on the key juvenile justice policy issues the nation is facing forty years after the seminal Supreme Court case of In re Gault established due process rights for children in the juvenile justice system.

        Plenary panels will include a state legislator’s panel, a judge’s panel and a media panel. Breakout panel topics will include reforming juvenile corrections in California; juvenile justice, child welfare and mental health systems overlap; disproportionate minority confinement; alternatives to incarceration; legal representation of juveniles; restorative justice; reforming juvenile detention; trying juveniles as adults; and girls in the juvenile justice system.

        The conference is attended for service providers, law enforcement officials, corrections officials, policy makers, attorneys, advocates, community leaders, funders, academics, students and others interested in juvenile justice reform.

        To register for the conference or for more information, please go to http://www.law. berkeley. edu/centers/ bccj/conferences /gault/registrat ion.html

        San Francisco Recreation Department
        The San Francisco Recreation and Parks’ Fall 2007 Program registration is now available on line. There is no need to stand on line to register for programs.  Please visit them online at www.sfreconline. org.

        Senior Citizen Speaker Series
        On Lok, the Senior Citizen care group, is sponsoring a speaker series for topics for Senior Citizens.  All events will be held at 1333 Bush Street at Larkin Street.  All Events are free, space is limited and an RSVP is required.  Call 888-886-6565.  
        Upcoming topics:

         â€œHoliday Blues” – Ways to plan ahead for the holidays.  Wednesday, December 5th, 3PM to 5PM

        Free Legal Help
        Do you have a problem that may require an attorney? Visit the free Legal Advice and Referral Clinic (LARC). You will have a meeting with a volunteer lawyer who will give you legal advice. You may also receive referrals to agencies that might be able to help you.
        Saturday, October 25th, 2007
        You must register between 12:00pm and 1:30pm
        Providence Baptist Church of San Francisco
        1601 McKinnon Avenue (at Mendell)
        One block east of Third Street
        Doors close at 1:30pm without exception

        If you have questions, or would like more information, please call (415) 989-1616.


        Arrest:

        Wednesday, October 10, 2007 – 4:25 PM – Traffic Violation, Warrant arrest –Double Rock Housing Projects – CS# 071 041 031 – Officers Martin and Festa reported seeing a man commit a minor traffic violation.  A computer check revealed that the man was operating the car without a driver’s license as well as being a parolee at large.  

        Thursday, October 11, 2007 – 4:16 PM – Stay Away Order – Oakdale Avenue and Baldwin Court – CS# 071 044 784 – A validated member of the Oakdale Mob street gang was arrested after seen loitering in the area of Oakdale Avenue and Baldwin Court, a violation of his court order.  The man, a resident of Hayward, who is also on probation, was booked.  

        Friday, October 12, 2007 – 10:50 AM – Street Robbery, Arrest Made – Silliman and Dartmouth Streets – CS# 071 047 045 – Bayview Officers received a 911 call from a person who just witnessed an elderly woman get robbed.  The 911 caller followed the attackers to a house on the 600 block of Felton Street.  The door to the residence was wide open.  Because a robbery had just taken place the police went inside the house, to perform a well being check.  They detained all the occupants until it could be figured out what has happened.  

        Another witness reported seeing two juveniles holding the elderly woman down and rummaging through her belongings.  The witness reported that the juveniles were laughing the entire time.  

        The victim was interviewed and she reported to being attacked and property taken from her.  A cold show was performed and the two witnesses identified the victim’s attackers.  A search of the house revealed a picture of the victim and a family member as well as an envelope with her name on it.  The suspects, both seventeen were booked at YGC.  The victim was treated with a laceration to her head.  

        Saturday, October 13, 2007 – 2:40 PM – Possession of a Loaded Firearm – Keith Street and Thomas Avenue – CS# 071 051 096 – Police responded to the are of Keith Street and Thomas Avenue on a report of a man brandishing a firearm at a resident.  The resident gave the police a description of the car and it was found on the 1600 block of Oakdale Avenue with two people standing outside of it.  When the police closed in the occupants went inside the house.  The police knocked on the door and saw that one of the occupants was on active felony probation.  A search of the house was performed and a handgun was found in the yard in the rear.  It appeared that the gun was recently placed there, because it did not have any dirt or debris on it.  A cold show was performed and the victim identified the suspect as the one who brandished the gun at him.  The individual was arrested for weapons and probation violations.  

        Sunday, October 14, 2007 – 8:51 AM – False Vehicle Registration – Double Rock Housing Projects – CS# 071 053 315 – Officers Lamma and Cortes saw a Toyota that was displaying registration for Cadillac.  The motorist was contacted and was discovered to also have a warrant for his arrest.  He was booked for the warrant and traffic violations.  The car was towed for registration and administrative fees.  

        Sunday, October 14, 2007 – 1:01 PM – False Vehicle Registration – 22nd/3rd Streets – CS# 071 053 945 – Officers Hastings and Manrique spotted a car that had a blue 2007 registration sticker.  Unfortunately for the motorist the registration stickers for 2007 are green.  The motorist admitted to photocopying a valid registration sticker and affixing it with Velcro to his license plate.  Unfortunately, some of the rain had washed the ink away turning it blue.  The motorist was arrested and the car was impounded for falsifying registration information.  


        Significant Incidents:


        Saturday, October 13, 2007 – 1:26 AM – Carjacking – 500 Block of Barneveld – CS# 071 049 530 – A club-goer stepped outside and saw a group of 4 men rummaging through his trunk.  The victim pressed the panic button on his key fob in hopes to scare off the thieves to no avail.  One of them said to the victim, “Give me your keys, or I will kill you,” and reached for his waistband.  The victim, fearing for his safety, threw his keys to the ground.  One of the suspects grabbed the keys and fled in the victim’s car and the remaining suspects fled in a different car.  

        Miscellaneous Incidents:

        Friday, October 12 , 2007 – 9:25 AM – Attempted Burglary – 800 block of Illinois – CS# 071 046 718 – Bayview Officers received a report that someone was breaking into a warehouse located on the 800 block of Illinois Street.  Officer Catlett was among the first to arrive.  He saw the suspect but the suspect did not see him.  Officer Catlett watched the suspect try to open the door to the warehouse with a crowbar and a hammer.   The suspect took a break from hammering the pry bar and saw Officer Catlett.  He was taken into custody without incident.    



         Bayview Station Resource List:


        EMERGENCY:                911
        Non-Emergency:                553-0123
        Customer Service Center:         311
        Cell phone 911:                 553-8090 or 911
        Bayview Station:                671-2300
        Web:                                www.sfgov.org/ police  (For Crime Stats, Internet reports, etc.)

        Captain Albert Pardini        671-2303        albert.pardini@...
        Anonymous Tip-Line                822-8147        Bayview Station’s Voicemail  
        SFPD Anonymous Tip Line        575-4444         Live person 24-hrs a day
        Graffiti Abatement                278-9454            
        Graffiti Fax                            278-9456
        Bayview Events:                671-2303         Sergeant Ava Garrick                
        Bayview Permits:                671-2313         Officer Gigi George
        Code Abatement:                671-2303         Sergeant Ava Garrick
        Deputy City Attorney:                554-3820         Jill Cannon  
        Dept. Parking & Traffic:        553-1943
        DPW:                                695-2020        Dispatch
        Quality of Life Liaison:        671-2332        Officer Sue Lavin (Mon-Fri Cell 850-9740)
        SF SAFE                        553-1984        San_Francisco_ SAFE_Inc@ mail.vresp. com
        Abandoned Auto                 850-9737        Officer Rodriguez (Mon- Fri 7AM – 3 PM)
        Homeless Issues:                671-2332        Officer Sue Lavin (Mon-Fri Cell 850-9740)
        Third Street Beat:                671-2300        Officer Festa & Officer Martin
        Third Street Beat:                671-2300        Officer McPherson & Officer Singleton
        San Bruno Avenue:                671-2300        Officer Brady & Officer Fong
        Bayview Narcotics                254-7197        Sgt. Hagan & Sgt. Dempsey
        Westbrook Development        509-1678         Officer Wise & Officer Cahill
        Westbrook Development        806-8304        Officer Reynoso & Officer Pasqua
        Potrero Hill Development        509-1408        Officer Rodatos & Officer Sanders
        Potrero Hill Development        987-6389        Officer Fowlie & Officer Ferraez
        Hunter’s View Development  987-6569        Officer Brian Petiti & Officer Chantal
        Hunter’s View Development  509-1270        Officer Robinson & Officer Dockery
        Community Liaison:                    671-2303         Sergeant Garrick

        District Station Monthly Community Meeting is held on the first Tuesday of Each month at Bayview Station Community Room at 201 Williams Avenue at 6:00 PM.  Entry can be made through the Newhall Street door.  

        However, because of Election Day, the meeting will be held Tuesday, November 13, 2007.  

        The San Francisco Police Department is currently hiring:
        The San Francisco Police Department is continuously hiring qualified applicants. Applicants must be 21 years old, have a valid driver’s license, must be a US citizen, must have a high school diploma or equivalent, and must not have been convicted of a felony or convicted of a misdemeanor which would prohibit possession of a firearm. For more information or to apply, contact the Department of Human Resource at 44 Gough Street, San Francisco. Additionally, applications are available on-line at www.sfgov.org/ police or http://agency. governmentjobs. com/sf/default. cfm?action= jobs.

        Megan’s Law Website Access:
        The general public can find out information on sexual predators on line by going to the DOJ website: www.meganslaw. ca.gov or at the SFPD link at www.sfgov.org/ police. You may check specific names or zip codes to locate those listed in the database.

        Join The San Francisco Citizen’s Police Academy
        For more information, including application process, please call Ms.Lula Magallon at (415) 401-4720, or Officer Maria Oropeza at (415) 401-4701. You can also email us at sfpd_citizenspolice academy@yahoo. com or visit our website: http://www.sfgov. org/site/ police_index. asp?id=20182.

        Graffiti Alert:
        Day Watch Sgt. Ava Garrick is Bayview Station’s Graffiti Abatement coordinator.  Each month he collects surveys from the various beat officers to report graffiti to DPW and our own Graffiti Unit within the police department.  You can contact Sgt. Ava Garrick at ava.garrick@....

        311 Customer Service Center:
        What is 311? 311 is a toll free, NON-EMERGENCY  phone number that the public can call to access 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 145 languages and dialects and will employ a diverse staff of customer service representatives. Additionally, 311 is set up to accept calls form the hearing impaired by utilizing a TTY System.

        Cell phone 911:
        How does 911 work on cell phones in San Francisco?
        If you are on surface streets in San Francisco and dial 911, your call will be answered by the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management Services. Once the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management Services determine what emergency services are needed, they will then route your 911 call to the San Francisco Police Department or the San Francisco Fire Department, including ambulance service.

        If you are on a freeway in San Francisco and dial 911, your call will be answered by either by the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management Services or the California Highway Patrol Dispatch Center. Regardless, your 911 call will be routed to the proper emergency agency, the San Francisco Police Department, the California Highway Patrol, or the San Francisco Fire Department, including ambulance service.

        Captain Albert Pardini
        Bayview Police Station
        201 Williams Avenue
        SF, CA 94124
        415  671-2300
        Fax  671-2345


      • bayview94124
        Anyone make it today? Anyone get pictures they can share here? A light rain is great for planting. Makes the soil easier to dig and weed. Unfortunately I had
        Message 3 of 6 , Oct 19, 2007
          Anyone make it today? Anyone get pictures they can share here? A light
          rain is great for planting. Makes the soil easier to dig and weed.
          Unfortunately I had to work an 11 hours shift today and missed the
          planting.

          --- In betterbayview@yahoogroups.com, Mendell Street <mendellapt@...>
          wrote:
          Bayview Opera House Landscape Installation
          This Friday, October 19th at 10AM there will be a one day planting of
          the Bayview Opera House grounds. The planting is being led and fully
          donated by the internationally renowned Sausalito firm, SGA Group. To
          RSVP, contact Vicky.Knoop@ sfgov.org. The Bayview Opera House is
          located at 4705 Third Street at the corner of Newcomb Avenue.
          >
        • Jeffrey Betcher
          I was there, and it was really great. Not a huge community turnout, but enough to make it feel good. And there was a massive presence with SWA - the
          Message 4 of 6 , Oct 20, 2007
            I was there, and it was really great. Not a huge community turnout,
            but enough to make it feel good. And there was a massive presence
            with SWA - the landscape firm that did the event. There are a bunch
            of pictures on the Quesada Gardens site, if you haven't discovered
            them yet. As always, feel free to take whatever you like. It's all
            for the communmity. - Jeffrey

            --- In betterbayview@yahoogroups.com, "bayview94124" <mendellapt@...>
            wrote:
            >
            > Anyone make it today? Anyone get pictures they can share here? A
            light
            > rain is great for planting. Makes the soil easier to dig and weed.
            > Unfortunately I had to work an 11 hours shift today and missed the
            > planting.
            >
            > --- In betterbayview@yahoogroups.com, Mendell Street <mendellapt@>
            > wrote:
            > Bayview Opera House Landscape Installation
            > This Friday, October 19th at 10AM there will be a one day planting
            of
            > the Bayview Opera House grounds. The planting is being led and
            fully
            > donated by the internationally renowned Sausalito firm, SGA Group.
            To
            > RSVP, contact Vicky.Knoop@ sfgov.org. The Bayview Opera House is
            > located at 4705 Third Street at the corner of Newcomb Avenue.
            > >
            >
          • Community Melita
            SFPD Bayview Station wrote: Subject: Bayview Station Newsletter From: SFPD Bayview Station
            Message 5 of 6 , Oct 24, 2007

              SFPD Bayview Station <SFPD_Bayview_Station@...> wrote:
              Subject: Bayview Station Newsletter
              From: SFPD Bayview Station <SFPD_Bayview_Station@...>
              Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007 17:11:55 -0700



              1


              Bayview District Newsletter
              Captain Albert Pardini        
              October 24, 2007



              Bayview News:
              Halloween Costumes and Trick or Treat
              As you and your youngest acquaintances plan this year’s Halloween festivities, the officers at Bayview Station hope you might consider adopting a few of the tips below for costume design, traffic safety, and trick or treating.  To begin with, incorporate glow sticks and reflective tape into costume design.  If you plan to use face-paint, make sure it is cosmetically approved.  When purchasing or making costumes, make sure the mouth and eyeholes are large enough, that the costumes are not too long, and take care that they are made of fire retardant material.  Open flames are often a part of Halloween decorations.  If you plan to display Jack-o-Lanterns outside, bear in mind that ghosts, damsels, and superheroes may be brushing past them as they ply you for goodies.  Think about using properly insulated electric lights instead, and position decorations away from foot-traffic patterns.

              Adults, make sure your young ones know not to enter any stranger’s car or home.  Always inspect their “loot” before letting them consume it.  Consider disposing of anything that is not packaged or home made.  Examine all fruit that unknown patrons give as a treat, and wash them thoroughly.  

              At least one adult should always accompany young children as they trick-or-treat.  A two-to-one ratio is ideal.  Try to move in larger groups, keep a head-count, and plan your route. Sew names, addresses and phone numbers inside your young voyagers’ clothing.  If your children are older or teen aged, make an agreement with them to return home at a specific time and share their plans with you.  Again, large groups!  Reinforce crossing at corners only, looking both ways, and walking.  Never walk out from between parked cars.  Never insist on the right of way, and use illuminated or reflecting devices to mark your progress.  If the traditional house-to-house trick or treating makes you uncomfortable these days, contact your schools and plan to attend locally orchestrated activities instead.  

                   Remember, if you dial 9-1-1 from a cell phone, you may reach the California Highway Patrol in Sacramento instead of your local office of emergency communications.  If you are a San Francisco resident and you have a cell phone, program this seven-digit number for local 9-1-1 response: (415) 553-8090.  Have fun!






              District Events:

               
              Juvenile Justice Reform
              The Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice (BCCJ) and the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) are co-sponsoring the “Juvenile Justice Reform: Forty Years After Gault” conference at UC Berkeley’s Boalt Law School on October 26 & 27, 2007.

              The conference will feature top juvenile justice leaders from the Bay Area and across the nation. It will focus on the key juvenile justice policy issues the nation is facing forty years after the seminal Supreme Court case of In re Gault established due process rights for children in the juvenile justice system.

              Plenary panels will include a state legislator’s panel, a judge’s panel and a media panel. Breakout panel topics will include reforming juvenile corrections in California; juvenile justice, child welfare and mental health systems overlap; disproportionate minority confinement; alternatives to incarceration; legal representation of juveniles; restorative justice; reforming juvenile detention; trying juveniles as adults; and girls in the juvenile justice system.

              The conference is attended for service providers, law enforcement officials, corrections officials, policy makers, attorneys, advocates, community leaders, funders, academics, students and others interested in juvenile justice reform.

              To register for the conference or for more information, please go to http://www.law.berkeley.edu/centers/bccj/conferences/gault/registration.html

              San Francisco Recreation Department
              The San Francisco Recreation and Parks’ Fall 2007 Program registration is now available on line. There is no need to stand on line to register for programs.  Please visit them online at www.sfreconline.org.

              Senior Citizen Speaker Series
              On Lok, the Senior Citizen care group, is sponsoring a speaker series for topics for Senior Citizens.  All events will be held at 1333 Bush Street at Larkin Street.  All Events are free, space is limited and an RSVP is required.  Call 888-886-6565.  
              Upcoming topics:

               â€œHoliday Blues” – Ways to plan ahead for the holidays.  Wednesday, December 5th, 3PM to 5PM

              Free Legal Help
              Do you have a problem that may require an attorney? Visit the free Legal Advice and Referral Clinic (LARC). You will have a meeting with a volunteer lawyer who will give you legal advice. You may also receive referrals to agencies that might be able to help you.
              Saturday, October 25th, 2007
              You must register between 12:00pm and 1:30pm
              Providence Baptist Church of San Francisco
              1601 McKinnon Avenue (at Mendell)
              One block east of Third Street
              Doors close at 1:30pm without exception

              If you have questions, or would like more information, please call (415) 989-1616.


              Arrests:

              Monday, October 15, 2007 – 9:15 AM – Vehicle Tampering – 200 block of Cambridge – CS# 071 056 472 – Bayview officers responded to a call of someone trying to break into a car on the 200 block of Cambridge Street.  The 911 caller was able to get a vehicle and a suspect description.  Officer Kwan spotted the get away vehicle on Williams Street near the Bayview Station, and detained the occupants.  

              Contact was made with the 911 caller who reported that he was walking his dog when he saw the suspect trying to open a car door.  He then saw the suspect break the car window.  The suspect, apparently scared off, fled in another car.  The witness was brought to where Officer Kwan had the possible suspects detained.  The witness positively identified the suspects as the ones that he saw.   One person was cited and released for misdemeanor vandalism.  

              Monday, October 17, 2007 – 5:23 PM – Vehicle Tampering – 100 block of Bayshore Blvd – CS# 071 066 136 – Officer Pasqua was en route to the Hall of Justice when he saw a man chasing another on Bayshore Boulevard near the freeway.  Both people were detained pending investigation.  The person that was doing the chasing said that he observed the other via surveillance camera approach his car that was parked outside of his business.  That person pulled a hood over his head and opened the victim’s car door.  He went outside and confronted the person and the suspect began to run away.  Officer Pasqua happened on scene and was flagged down.  The person was booked for tampering with a vehicle.  


              Wednesday, October 17, 2007 – 2:45 PM – Traffic Violation, Possession of Crack Cocaine – 23rd Street and Arkansas - CS# 071 065 564 – Officers Rodatos, Cortes, and Le, stopped a car for minor traffic violations.  Officer Cortes made contact with the driver to conduct his investigation.  Officer Cortes heard his cover officer, Officer Le, call for help.  He later learned that one of the passengers got out of the car, elbowed Officer Le in the chest and attempted to run away.  Officer Cortes rendered aid and was able to get the person into custody; he himself sustained an injury to his shin from getting kicked by the suspect, as well as lacerations to his neck and arm. The person, a resident of Union City, was found to be in possession of crack cocaine.   He was booked for numerous charges, the motorist was cited.  


              Friday, October 19, 2007 – 5:20 PM – Possession of Narcotics for Sales – 3rd Street and Palou Avenue – CS# 071 073 783 – Plainclothes Officers Solares, Lew, and Mustafich, were on patrol when they saw a man hand another male some money on the corner of Third Street and Palou Avenue.  The officers became suspicious that they just interrupted a drug transaction.  Officer Solares shouted at the man he saw accept the money, and said “Hey, What is going on over there.”  The man said that he owed the other man money and continued to walk away.  The other man who received the money walked in the other direction and in his hand was a plastic bag.  This made the officers suspicious that the man was holding narcotics.  He was detained and heroin, packaged for sale, was in the baggie.  Additional narcotics were found on his person.  The man was booked with numerous narcotics charges.    


              Saturday, October 20, 2007 – 10:56 AM – Evading a Police Officer, Vandalism to Property – Bacon Street and San Bruno Avenue - CS# 071 075 886 – Officers Mattei and Catlett attempted to pull over a Firebird for a minor traffic violation.  The Firebird sped away and ran stop signs to evade police.  A pursuit was not initiated because of concern for the public’s safety.  The Firebird was located parked in a grassy field of McClaren Park near Harvard Street.  The Firebird tore the grass up.  The passenger was quickly detained.  The driver was missing.  Additional units arrived on scene and searched the area.  Witnesses told the police that they saw the driver running away from the car and disrobing, so he would not be as easily recognized.  The suspect was located in a parking lot of McClaren Park and was detained.  He was driving with a suspended license.  The driver was charged with numerous traffic violations and felony vandalism for ripping up the grass.  The passenger was released.    


              Sunday, October 21, 2007 – 5:20 PM – Possession of a shotgun – Phelps Street and Jerrold Avenue – CS# 071 080 205 – Bayview Officers responded to the area of Kirkwood Avenue and Mendell Street on a report of a male hanging out of a grey Maxima with a shot gun.  The car was located and the driver was detained.  The driver admitted to dropping off the passenger with the gun at a house on the 1500 block of McKinnon Avenue.  The police located the person and detained him in the hallway of the home.  The loaded shotgun was located three feet from him.  Incidentally, the driver of the car and the person arrested were on scene when the seventeen year old was shot on Dedman Court a day earlier.  


              Significant Incidents:


              Monday, October 15, 2007 – 3:00 PM & 8:00 PM – Robbery w/Force – Portola District – CS# 071 058 127 & CS# 071 059 200 – There were two robberies that had similar method operand in the Portola District today.  The first incident occurred at 3:00PM on the 700 block of Burrows Street.  The victim got out of his car and was approached by two males that asked if he had a cell phone.  The victim said “No,” and was then punched in the face by one of the suspects.  The victim fell to the ground, and the two suspects went through his pocket and took his wallet.  They fled in a maroon Dodge Durango.  The victim suffered from swelling to his face from the punch

              The second incident occurred at 8:00 PM on Silver Avenue and Amherst Street.  The victim had just gotten off the bus and was approached by three males.  One of the males put his hand over the victim’s mouth and told him to be quiet.  The victim was thrown to the ground.  The remaining suspect’s took the victim’s wallet and cell phone from his pocket.  The suspects fled in a white Japanese sedan.  

              The suspects were described as being black males in their early twenties.  

              Thursday, October 18, 2007 – 2:00 AM - Robbery with a gun – 1700 block of Newcomb – CS# 071 067 623 – An area resident walked out of his home when he was approached by two men, one who pointed a gun at his head and demanded that the man turn over his money. The victim, fearing for his life, gave the suspects approximately $300.00 dollars.

              Saturday, October 20, 2007 – 9:07 PM – Assault w/a gun – Dedman Court – CS# 071 077 832 - A seventeen year-old male was shot in the chest on the unit block of Dedman Court.  It was reported to the police that the young man was shot while seated on the couch and watching television, when the shots came from outside.  The man was brought outside by his friends.  No suspect description is available.  
               
              Saturday, October 20, 2007 – 9:55 PM - Assault w/ a Deadly Weapon – Quesada Avenue and Industrial Street – CS# 071 077 945 – A man narrowly escaped injury when the current boyfriend of his ex-girlfriend attempted to run him over with his car.  The man reported that he just dropped his daughter off at the ex-girlfriend’s house and returned to his car.  The new boyfriend was parked across the street.  As the man got into his car the new boyfriend gunned his engine at him.  The man dove into the car to get away.  The suspect vehicle struck the front end and door of the victim’s car.  

              The victim directed the man to the 800 block of Madrid Street and the suspect’s vehicle was located and towed.  The suspect was no longer on scene.  


              Miscellaneous Incidents:

              Sunday, October 21, 2007 – 10:11 AM – Drunk in public – San Bruno Avenue and Bacon Street – CS# 071 079 145 – Police detailed to the San Bruno Avenue Fair were notified that a person with a pit bull was threatening to sic the dog on horses at the pony ride as well as throwing debris at them.  When the police located the man he had an open container of malt liquor, and was clearly intoxicated.  He was asked for identification and he responded, “What did I do?  Why don’t you go find a murderer?”  

              The man gave the police a name but a record could not be found.  He was booked for public intoxication under the name of John Doe.  



               Bayview Station Resource List:


              EMERGENCY:                911
              Non-Emergency:                553-0123
              Customer Service Center:         311
              Cell phone 911:                 553-8090 or 911
              Bayview Station:                671-2300
              Web:                                www.sfgov.org/police  (For Crime Stats, Internet reports, etc.)

              Captain Albert Pardini        671-2303        albert.pardini@...
              Anonymous Tip-Line                822-8147        Bayview Station’s Voicemail  
              SFPD Anonymous Tip Line        575-4444         Live person 24-hrs a day
              Graffiti Abatement                278-9454            
              Graffiti Fax                            278-9456
              Bayview Events:                671-2303         Sergeant Ava Garrick                
              Bayview Permits:                671-2313         Officer Gigi George
              Code Abatement:                671-2303         Sergeant Ava Garrick
              Deputy City Attorney:                554-3874         Yvonne Mere  
              Dept. Parking & Traffic:        553-1943
              DPW:                                695-2020        Dispatch
              Quality of Life Liaison:        671-2332        Officer Sue Lavin (Mon-Fri Cell 850-9740)
              SF SAFE                        553-1984        San_Francisco_SAFE_Inc@...
              Abandoned Auto                 850-9737        Officer Rodriguez (Mon- Fri 7AM – 3 PM)
              Homeless Issues:                671-2332        Officer Sue Lavin (Mon-Fri Cell 850-9740)
              Third Street Beat:                671-2300        Officer Festa & Officer Martin
              Third Street Beat:                671-2300        Officer McPherson & Officer Singleton
              San Bruno Avenue:                671-2300        Officer Brady & Officer Fong
              Bayview Narcotics                254-7197        Sgt. Hagan & Sgt. Dempsey
              Westbrook Development        509-1678         Officer Wise & Officer Cahill
              Westbrook Development        806-8304        Officer Reynoso & Officer Pasqua
              Potrero Hill Development        509-1408        Officer Rodatos & Officer Sanders
              Potrero Hill Development        987-6389        Officer Fowlie & Officer Ferraez
              Hunter’s View Development  987-6569        Officer Brian Petiti & Officer Chantal
              Hunter’s View Development  509-1270        Officer Robinson & Officer Dockery
              Community Liaison:                    671-2303         Sergeant Garrick

              District Station Monthly Community Meeting is held on the first Tuesday of Each month at Bayview Station Community Room at 201 Williams Avenue at 6:00 PM.  Entry can be made through the Newhall Street door.  

              However, because of Election Day, the meeting will be held Tuesday, November 13, 2007.  

              The San Francisco Police Department is currently hiring:
              The San Francisco Police Department is continuously hiring qualified applicants. Applicants must be 21 years old, have a valid driver’s license, must be a US citizen, must have a high school diploma or equivalent, and must not have been convicted of a felony or convicted of a misdemeanor which would prohibit possession of a firearm. For more information or to apply, contact the Department of Human Resource at 44 Gough Street, San Francisco. Additionally, applications are available on-line at www.sfgov.org/police or http://agency.governmentjobs.com/sf/default.cfm?action=jobs.

              Megan’s Law Website Access:
              The general public can find out information on sexual predators on line by going to the DOJ website: www.meganslaw.ca.gov or at the SFPD link at www.sfgov.org/police. You may check specific names or zip codes to locate those listed in the database.

              Join The San Francisco Citizen’s Police Academy
              For more information, including application process, please call Ms.Lula Magallon at (415) 401-4720, or Officer Maria Oropeza at (415) 401-4701. You can also email us at sfpd_citizenspoliceacademy@... or visit our website: http://www.sfgov.org/site/police_index.asp?id=20182.

              Graffiti Alert:
              Day Watch Sgt. Ava Garrick is Bayview Station’s Graffiti Abatement coordinator.  Each month he collects surveys from the various beat officers to report graffiti to DPW and our own Graffiti Unit within the police department.  You can contact Sgt. Ava Garrick at ava.garrick@....

              311 Customer Service Center:
              What is 311? 311 is a toll free, NON-EMERGENCY  phone number that the public can call to access 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 145 languages and dialects and will employ a diverse staff of customer service representatives. Additionally, 311 is set up to accept calls form the hearing impaired by utilizing a TTY System.

              Cell phone 911:
              How does 911 work on cell phones in San Francisco?
              If you are on surface streets in San Francisco and dial 911, your call will be answered by the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management Services. Once the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management Services determine what emergency services are needed, they will then route your 911 call to the San Francisco Police Department or the San Francisco Fire Department, including ambulance service.

              If you are on a freeway in San Francisco and dial 911, your call will be answered by either by the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management Services or the California Highway Patrol Dispatch Center. Regardless, your 911 call will be routed to the proper emergency agency, the San Francisco Police Department, the California Highway Patrol, or the San Francisco Fire Department, including ambulance service.

              Captain Albert Pardini
              Bayview Police Station
              201 Williams Avenue
              SF, CA 94124
              415  671-2300
              Fax  671-2345


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              Bayview Station Police Community Meeting will be a week from Tomorrow due to elections. 6pm. ... Bayview Station Newsletter ... acquaintances plan this
              Message 6 of 6 , Nov 5, 2007
                Bayview Station Police Community Meeting will be a week from Tomorrow
                due to elections. 6pm.

                --- In betterbayview@yahoogroups.com, Community Melita
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                > SFPD Bayview Station <SFPD_Bayview_Station@...> wrote: Subject:
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                > Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007 17:11:55 -0700
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                > Bayview District Newsletter
                > Captain Albert Pardini
                > October 24, 2007
                >
                >
                >
                > Bayview News:
                > Halloween Costumes and Trick or Treat As you and your youngest
                acquaintances plan this year’s Halloween festivities, the officers
                at Bayview Station hope you might consider adopting a few of the tips
                below for costume design, traffic safety, and trick or treating. To
                begin with, incorporate glow sticks and reflective tape into costume
                design. If you plan to use face-paint, make sure it is cosmetically
                approved. When purchasing or making costumes, make sure the mouth
                and eyeholes are large enough, that the costumes are not too long,
                and take care that they are made of fire retardant material. Open
                flames are often a part of Halloween decorations. If you plan to
                display Jack-o-Lanterns outside, bear in mind that ghosts, damsels,
                and superheroes may be brushing past them as they ply you for
                goodies. Think about using properly insulated electric lights
                instead, and position decorations away from foot-traffic patterns.
                >
                > Adults, make sure your young ones know not to enter any
                stranger’s car or home. Always inspect their “loot” before
                letting them consume it. Consider disposing of anything that is not
                packaged or home made. Examine all fruit that unknown patrons give
                as a treat, and wash them thoroughly.
                >
                > At least one adult should always accompany young children as they
                trick-or-treat. A two-to-one ratio is ideal. Try to move in larger
                groups, keep a head-count, and plan your route. Sew names, addresses
                and phone numbers inside your young voyagers’ clothing. If your
                children are older or teen aged, make an agreement with them to
                return home at a specific time and share their plans with you.
                Again, large groups! Reinforce crossing at corners only, looking
                both ways, and walking. Never walk out from between parked cars.
                Never insist on the right of way, and use illuminated or reflecting
                devices to mark your progress. If the traditional house-to-house
                trick or treating makes you uncomfortable these days, contact your
                schools and plan to attend locally orchestrated activities instead.
                >
                > Remember, if you dial 9-1-1 from a cell phone, you may reach
                the California Highway Patrol in Sacramento instead of your local
                office of emergency communications. If you are a San Francisco
                resident and you have a cell phone, program this seven-digit number
                for local 9-1-1 response: (415) 553-8090. Have fun!
                >
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                >
                > District Events:
                >
                >
                > Juvenile Justice Reform
                > The Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice (BCCJ) and the National
                Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) are co-sponsoring the
                “Juvenile Justice Reform: Forty Years After Gault” conference at
                UC Berkeley’s Boalt Law School on October 26 & 27, 2007.
                >
                > The conference will feature top juvenile justice leaders from the
                Bay Area and across the nation. It will focus on the key juvenile
                justice policy issues the nation is facing forty years after the
                seminal Supreme Court case of In re Gault established due process
                rights for children in the juvenile justice system.
                >
                > Plenary panels will include a state legislator’s panel, a
                judge’s panel and a media panel. Breakout panel topics will include
                reforming juvenile corrections in California; juvenile justice, child
                welfare and mental health systems overlap; disproportionate minority
                confinement; alternatives to incarceration; legal representation of
                juveniles; restorative justice; reforming juvenile detention; trying
                juveniles as adults; and girls in the juvenile justice system.
                >
                > The conference is attended for service providers, law enforcement
                officials, corrections officials, policy makers, attorneys,
                advocates, community leaders, funders, academics, students and others
                interested in juvenile justice reform.
                >
                > To register for the conference or for more information, please go
                to
                http://www.law.berkeley.edu/centers/bccj/conferences/gault/registratio
                n.html
                >
                > San Francisco Recreation Department
                > The San Francisco Recreation and Parks’ Fall 2007 Program
                registration is now available on line. There is no need to stand on
                line to register for programs. Please visit them online at
                www.sfreconline.org.
                >
                > Senior Citizen Speaker Series
                > On Lok, the Senior Citizen care group, is sponsoring a speaker
                series for topics for Senior Citizens. All events will be held at
                1333 Bush Street at Larkin Street. All Events are free, space is
                limited and an RSVP is required. Call 888-886-6565.
                > Upcoming topics:
                >
                > “Holiday Blues” â€" Ways to plan ahead for the holidays.
                Wednesday, December 5th, 3PM to 5PM
                >
                > Free Legal Help
                > Do you have a problem that may require an attorney? Visit the free
                Legal Advice and Referral Clinic (LARC). You will have a meeting with
                a volunteer lawyer who will give you legal advice. You may also
                receive referrals to agencies that might be able to help you.
                > Saturday, October 25th, 2007
                > You must register between 12:00pm and 1:30pm
                > Providence Baptist Church of San Francisco
                > 1601 McKinnon Avenue (at Mendell)
                > One block east of Third Street
                > Doors close at 1:30pm without exception
                >
                > If you have questions, or would like more information, please call
                (415) 989-1616.
                >
                > Arrests:
                >
                >
                > Monday, October 15, 2007 â€" 9:15 AM â€" Vehicle Tampering â€" 200
                block of Cambridge â€" CS# 071 056 472 â€" Bayview officers responded
                to a call of someone trying to break into a car on the 200 block of
                Cambridge Street. The 911 caller was able to get a vehicle and a
                suspect description. Officer Kwan spotted the get away vehicle on
                Williams Street near the Bayview Station, and detained the
                occupants.
                >
                > Contact was made with the 911 caller who reported that he was
                walking his dog when he saw the suspect trying to open a car door.
                He then saw the suspect break the car window. The suspect,
                apparently scared off, fled in another car. The witness was brought
                to where Officer Kwan had the possible suspects detained. The
                witness positively identified the suspects as the ones that he saw.
                One person was cited and released for misdemeanor vandalism.
                >
                > Monday, October 17, 2007 â€" 5:23 PM â€" Vehicle Tampering â€" 100
                block of Bayshore Blvd â€" CS# 071 066 136 â€" Officer Pasqua was en
                route to the Hall of Justice when he saw a man chasing another on
                Bayshore Boulevard near the freeway. Both people were detained
                pending investigation. The person that was doing the chasing said
                that he observed the other via surveillance camera approach his car
                that was parked outside of his business. That person pulled a hood
                over his head and opened the victim’s car door. He went outside
                and confronted the person and the suspect began to run away. Officer
                Pasqua happened on scene and was flagged down. The person was booked
                for tampering with a vehicle.
                >
                >
                > Wednesday, October 17, 2007 â€" 2:45 PM â€" Traffic Violation,
                Possession of Crack Cocaine â€" 23rd Street and Arkansas - CS# 071
                065 564 â€" Officers Rodatos, Cortes, and Le, stopped a car for minor
                traffic violations. Officer Cortes made contact with the driver to
                conduct his investigation. Officer Cortes heard his cover officer,
                Officer Le, call for help. He later learned that one of the
                passengers got out of the car, elbowed Officer Le in the chest and
                attempted to run away. Officer Cortes rendered aid and was able to
                get the person into custody; he himself sustained an injury to his
                shin from getting kicked by the suspect, as well as lacerations to
                his neck and arm. The person, a resident of Union City, was found to
                be in possession of crack cocaine. He was booked for numerous
                charges, the motorist was cited.
                >
                >
                > Friday, October 19, 2007 â€" 5:20 PM â€" Possession of Narcotics
                for Sales â€" 3rd Street and Palou Avenue â€" CS# 071 073 783 â€"
                Plainclothes Officers Solares, Lew, and Mustafich, were on patrol
                when they saw a man hand another male some money on the corner of
                Third Street and Palou Avenue. The officers became suspicious that
                they just interrupted a drug transaction. Officer Solares shouted at
                the man he saw accept the money, and said “Hey, What is going on
                over there.” The man said that he owed the other man money and
                continued to walk away. The other man who received the money walked
                in the other direction and in his hand was a plastic bag. This made
                the officers suspicious that the man was holding narcotics. He was
                detained and heroin, packaged for sale, was in the baggie.
                Additional narcotics were found on his person. The man was booked
                with numerous narcotics charges.
                >
                >
                > Saturday, October 20, 2007 â€" 10:56 AM â€" Evading a Police
                Officer, Vandalism to Property â€" Bacon Street and San Bruno Avenue -
                CS# 071 075 886 â€" Officers Mattei and Catlett attempted to pull
                over a Firebird for a minor traffic violation. The Firebird sped
                away and ran stop signs to evade police. A pursuit was not initiated
                because of concern for the public’s safety. The Firebird was
                located parked in a grassy field of McClaren Park near Harvard
                Street. The Firebird tore the grass up. The passenger was quickly
                detained. The driver was missing. Additional units arrived on scene
                and searched the area. Witnesses told the police that they saw the
                driver running away from the car and disrobing, so he would not be as
                easily recognized. The suspect was located in a parking lot of
                McClaren Park and was detained. He was driving with a suspended
                license. The driver was charged with numerous traffic violations and
                felony vandalism for ripping up the grass. The
                > passenger was released.
                >
                >
                > Sunday, October 21, 2007 â€" 5:20 PM â€" Possession of a shotgun
                â€" Phelps Street and Jerrold Avenue â€" CS# 071 080 205 â€" Bayview
                Officers responded to the area of Kirkwood Avenue and Mendell Street
                on a report of a male hanging out of a grey Maxima with a shot gun.
                The car was located and the driver was detained. The driver admitted
                to dropping off the passenger with the gun at a house on the 1500
                block of McKinnon Avenue. The police located the person and detained
                him in the hallway of the home. The loaded shotgun was located three
                feet from him. Incidentally, the driver of the car and the person
                arrested were on scene when the seventeen year old was shot on Dedman
                Court a day earlier.
                >
                > Significant Incidents:
                >
                >
                > Monday, October 15, 2007 â€" 3:00 PM & 8:00 PM â€" Robbery w/Force
                â€" Portola District â€" CS# 071 058 127 & CS# 071 059 200 â€" There
                were two robberies that had similar method operand in the Portola
                District today. The first incident occurred at 3:00PM on the 700
                block of Burrows Street. The victim got out of his car and was
                approached by two males that asked if he had a cell phone. The
                victim said “No,” and was then punched in the face by one of the
                suspects. The victim fell to the ground, and the two suspects went
                through his pocket and took his wallet. They fled in a maroon Dodge
                Durango. The victim suffered from swelling to his face from the
                punch
                >
                > The second incident occurred at 8:00 PM on Silver Avenue and
                Amherst Street. The victim had just gotten off the bus and was
                approached by three males. One of the males put his hand over the
                victim’s mouth and told him to be quiet. The victim was thrown to
                the ground. The remaining suspect’s took the victim’s wallet and
                cell phone from his pocket. The suspects fled in a white Japanese
                sedan.
                >
                > The suspects were described as being black males in their early
                twenties.
                >
                > Thursday, October 18, 2007 â€" 2:00 AM - Robbery with a gun â€"
                1700 block of Newcomb â€" CS# 071 067 623 â€" An area resident walked
                out of his home when he was approached by two men, one who pointed a
                gun at his head and demanded that the man turn over his money. The
                victim, fearing for his life, gave the suspects approximately $300.00
                dollars.
                >
                > Saturday, October 20, 2007 â€" 9:07 PM â€" Assault w/a gun â€"
                Dedman Court â€" CS# 071 077 832 - A seventeen year-old male was shot
                in the chest on the unit block of Dedman Court. It was reported to
                the police that the young man was shot while seated on the couch and
                watching television, when the shots came from outside. The man was
                brought outside by his friends. No suspect description is
                available.
                >
                > Saturday, October 20, 2007 â€" 9:55 PM - Assault w/ a Deadly Weapon
                â€" Quesada Avenue and Industrial Street â€" CS# 071 077 945 â€" A
                man narrowly escaped injury when the current boyfriend of his ex-
                girlfriend attempted to run him over with his car. The man reported
                that he just dropped his daughter off at the ex-girlfriend’s house
                and returned to his car. The new boyfriend was parked across the
                street. As the man got into his car the new boyfriend gunned his
                engine at him. The man dove into the car to get away. The suspect
                vehicle struck the front end and door of the victim’s car.
                >
                > The victim directed the man to the 800 block of Madrid Street and
                the suspect’s vehicle was located and towed. The suspect was no
                longer on scene.
                >
                > Miscellaneous Incidents:
                >
                >
                > Sunday, October 21, 2007 â€" 10:11 AM â€" Drunk in public â€" San
                Bruno Avenue and Bacon Street â€" CS# 071 079 145 â€" Police detailed
                to the San Bruno Avenue Fair were notified that a person with a pit
                bull was threatening to sic the dog on horses at the pony ride as
                well as throwing debris at them. When the police located the man he
                had an open container of malt liquor, and was clearly intoxicated.
                He was asked for identification and he responded, “What did I do?
                Why don’t you go find a murderer?”
                >
                > The man gave the police a name but a record could not be found. He
                was booked for public intoxication under the name of John Doe.
                >
                >
                >
                > Bayview Station Resource List:
                >
                >
                > EMERGENCY: 911
                > Non-Emergency: 553-0123
                > Customer Service Center: 311
                > Cell phone 911: 553-8090 or 911
                > Bayview Station: 671-2300
                > Web: www.sfgov.org/police (For
                Crime Stats, Internet reports, etc.)
                >
                > Captain Albert Pardini 671-2303 albert.pardini@...
                > Anonymous Tip-Line 822-8147 Bayview
                Station’s Voicemail
                > SFPD Anonymous Tip Line 575-4444 Live person 24-hrs
                a day
                > Graffiti Abatement 278-9454
                > Graffiti Fax 278-9456
                > Bayview Events: 671-2303 Sergeant Ava
                Garrick
                > Bayview Permits: 671-2313 Officer Gigi
                George
                > Code Abatement: 671-2303 Sergeant Ava
                Garrick
                > Deputy City Attorney: 554-3874 Yvonne Mere
                > Dept. Parking & Traffic: 553-1943
                > DPW: 695-2020 Dispatch
                > Quality of Life Liaison: 671-2332 Officer Sue Lavin
                (Mon-Fri Cell 850-9740)
                > SF SAFE 553-1984
                San_Francisco_SAFE_Inc@...
                > Abandoned Auto 850-9737 Officer Rodriguez
                (Mon- Fri 7AM â€" 3 PM)
                > Homeless Issues: 671-2332 Officer Sue Lavin
                (Mon-Fri Cell 850-9740)
                > Third Street Beat: 671-2300 Officer Festa &
                Officer Martin
                > Third Street Beat: 671-2300 Officer McPherson
                & Officer Singleton
                > San Bruno Avenue: 671-2300 Officer Brady &
                Officer Fong
                > Bayview Narcotics 254-7197 Sgt. Hagan & Sgt.
                Dempsey
                > Westbrook Development 509-1678 Officer Wise &
                Officer Cahill
                > Westbrook Development 806-8304 Officer Reynoso &
                Officer Pasqua
                > Potrero Hill Development 509-1408 Officer Rodatos &
                Officer Sanders
                > Potrero Hill Development 987-6389 Officer Fowlie &
                Officer Ferraez
                > Hunter’s View Development 987-6569 Officer Brian Petiti &
                Officer Chantal
                > Hunter’s View Development 509-1270 Officer Robinson &
                Officer Dockery
                > Community Liaison: 671-2303 Sergeant
                Garrick
                >
                > District Station Monthly Community Meeting is held on the first
                Tuesday of Each month at Bayview Station Community Room at 201
                Williams Avenue at 6:00 PM. Entry can be made through the Newhall
                Street door.
                >
                > However, because of Election Day, the meeting will be held Tuesday,
                November 13, 2007.
                >
                > The San Francisco Police Department is currently hiring:
                > The San Francisco Police Department is continuously hiring
                qualified applicants. Applicants must be 21 years old, have a valid
                driver’s license, must be a US citizen, must have a high school
                diploma or equivalent, and must not have been convicted of a felony
                or convicted of a misdemeanor which would prohibit possession of a
                firearm. For more information or to apply, contact the Department of
                Human Resource at 44 Gough Street, San Francisco. Additionally,
                applications are available on-line at www.sfgov.org/police or
                http://agency.governmentjobs.com/sf/default.cfm?action=jobs.
                >
                > Megan’s Law Website Access:
                > The general public can find out information on sexual predators on
                line by going to the DOJ website: www.meganslaw.ca.gov or at the SFPD
                link at www.sfgov.org/police. You may check specific names or zip
                codes to locate those listed in the database.
                >
                > Join The San Francisco Citizen’s Police Academy
                > For more information, including application process, please call
                Ms.Lula Magallon at (415) 401-4720, or Officer Maria Oropeza at (415)
                401-4701. You can also email us at sfpd_citizenspoliceacademy@... or
                visit our website: http://www.sfgov.org/site/police_index.asp?
                id=20182.
                >
                > Graffiti Alert:
                > Day Watch Sgt. Ava Garrick is Bayview Station’s Graffiti
                Abatement coordinator. Each month he collects surveys from the
                various beat officers to report graffiti to DPW and our own Graffiti
                Unit within the police department. You can contact Sgt. Ava Garrick
                at ava.garrick@...
                >
                > 311 Customer Service Center:
                > What is 311? 311 is a toll free, NON-EMERGENCY phone number that
                the public can call to access 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 145 languages and dialects and will employ a
                diverse staff of customer service representatives. Additionally, 311
                is set up to accept calls form the hearing impaired by utilizing a
                TTY System.
                >
                > Cell phone 911:
                > How does 911 work on cell phones in San Francisco?
                > If you are on surface streets in San Francisco and dial 911, your
                call will be answered by the San Francisco Department of Emergency
                Management Services. Once the San Francisco Department of Emergency
                Management Services determine what emergency services are needed,
                they will then route your 911 call to the San Francisco Police
                Department or the San Francisco Fire Department, including ambulance
                service.
                >
                > If you are on a freeway in San Francisco and dial 911, your call
                will be answered by either by the San Francisco Department of
                Emergency Management Services or the California Highway Patrol
                Dispatch Center. Regardless, your 911 call will be routed to the
                proper emergency agency, the San Francisco Police Department, the
                California Highway Patrol, or the San Francisco Fire Department,
                including ambulance service.
                >
                > Captain Albert Pardini
                > Bayview Police Station
                > 201 Williams Avenue
                > SF, CA 94124
                > 415 671-2300
                > Fax 671-2345
                >
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