Friday, December 4, 2015

Nov. 27, 2015

       Incident Date:
                        Friday, November 27th, 2015
The next Ingleside community meeting will be held at Ingleside Police Station community room on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 7p.m.  Refreshments will be provided, please attend. Thank you.

       San Francisco Police Department
                Career Opportunity

Starting Salary: $81,380 (Top Step Officer Salary: $120,094*)
*after 5 years of service and possession of a POST Advanced Certificate
Chief Greg Suhr personally invites you to join a highly respected police department and serve the citizens of one of the most beautiful cities in the country. San Francisco Police Officers perform a wide variety of duties to promote public safety and security, prevent crime and enforce the law. Police Officers perform a number of essential functions. For example, they patrol districts to prevent and detect crime; respond to calls for assistance; conduct criminal investigations; interact with the community to build cooperation and support; pursue and arrest suspects; enforce traffic and parking laws; write reports and maintain records; work with superiors, peers, and others as a team; prepare for and participate in planned events; prepare for court and give testimony; and fulfill other administrative duties when required.

Minimum Qualifications:
Be at least 20 years of age. You will need to be 21 years old before starting the academy.
There is no maximum age limit.
Have not been convicted of a felony crime.
Have not been convicted of an offense involving domestic violence.
Have not been convicted of any misdemeanor, which carries a penalty of prohibiting   ownership, possession or control of a firearm.
Be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident alien and become a U.S. citizen within two years.
Have a U.S. High School Diploma, have passed a G.E.D. or the California High School Proficiency, or have an AA or higher degree from an accredited college or university.
Have a valid driver license to operate an automobile.
If you wish to claim Veteran’s Preference, please bring a copy of your DD214 to the written test.

The Police Officer Testing Components:
A multiple choice written examination that measures basic reading and writing abilities.
A physical ability examination that measures strength, endurance, equilibrium and flexibility.
An oral interview that tests oral communication, problem solving and interpersonal skills.
Candidates who pass the three part Police Officer examination process move on to the background investigation process. The background investigation process consists of:
- Personal History Questionnaire
- Employment-character-background investigation
- Psychological evaluation
- Polygraph examination
- Medical examination that includes a vision test, a hearing test and height/weight measurements.

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San Francisco Police Department Recruitment & Retention Unit

For more information visit: or call (415) 734-3331/32

 Holiday Turkey Giveaway: Ingleside Station Captain Joseph McFadden, with cooperation from the San Francisco Police Officers Association, distributed hundreds of turkeys to residents of the Alemany and Sunnydale Housing Community. An additional 12 turkeys were given, along with all the trimmings, to needy families in the Ingleside District.


11:03pm     Ocean/Wattson                       Narcotics for Sale
A bike rider blowing through a red light caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Kikuchi and Custodio. The officers stopped the rider who was carrying a large gym bag. When asked if he had any weapons, the suspect said “Yes” two large knives in his waistband. When the officers tried to search his gym bag for additional weapons, the officers found a quantity of methamphetamine, hashish and a pipe to smoke narcotics. The suspect was cited and released at the scene. Report number: 151032265

Serious Incidents:

9:58am       Unit Blk Ocean                      Prohibited Weapon
An unknown suspect has been chaining baseball bats to utility poles around the city. On this date, Ingleside Officer Naval found a bat chained to a pole on the unit block of Ocean Avenue. A citywide investigative team has been assembled to deal with the problem. Report number: 151030225

5:47pm       Bosworth/Lyell                       Prohibited Weapon
A witness reported to police that another baseball bat (see incident above) had been spotted chained to a utility pole in the underpass near Bosworth and Lyell. Ingleside Officers Archilla, Hornstein, Nagai responded. The incident was added to the data base of similar occurrences throughout the city. Report number: 151031477

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

06:11am           Bayshore/Hester                       Traffic Collision
08:00am           1700 Blk Harrison                    Theft from Vehicle
09:05am           2900 Blk Alemany                    Burglary
11:10am           Alemany/Farragut                     Traffic Collision
11:34am           Mission Crescent                       Vandalism to MUNI Bus
12:42pm           100 Blk Judson                          Fraud
03:30pm           Unit Blk Leo                              Stay Away Violation
04:40pm           1600 Blk Alemany                    Attempted Theft from Vehicle
07:30pm           1800 Blk Sunnydale                  Stolen License Plate

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.