Friday, January 29, 2016

Jan. 24, 2016

       Incident Date:
                          Sunday, January 24th, 2016

The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 7p.m.  There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to 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


8:13am       500 Blk Miramar          Theft
Two alert neighbors helped police nab an auto burglary suspect. The two victims told Ingleside Officers Curry, Morgante, and Morrow that they spotted the suspect sitting in their car, which was parked in front of their home. They ran out and confronted the woman suspect who claimed to be visiting a friend in the neighborhood. The suspect got out of the car and walked toward Ocean Avenue where she was arrested by police. The suspect was booked for theft and other crimes and was in possession of several expensive items possibly stolen from other vehicles. She also had an extensive record of vehicle burglaries and other crimes. Report number: 16006788

9:07pm       100 Blk Blythedale        Illegal Possession of a Firearm
Ingleside Officers Padilla, Seavey, and Lustenberger were on routine patrol when they noticed a man standing outside a building. The man, upon seeing the officers, yelled a warning to other men all of whom started running. The officers exited their patrol car and yelled for the suspect to stop but he ignored their command. The officers chased the suspect for several hundred yards before capturing him. During the chase the suspect threw a firearm into the weeds. The firearm was recovered and the suspect was taken to Ingleside Station. There, the officers determined the man was on probation after being convicted of assault with a semi-automatic weapon. The weapon he discarded was reported stolen last November from a vehicle parked at the Sun Valley Mall in Concord. The suspect was booked for illegal possession of a firearm and other crimes. Report number: 160069734

 Serious Incidents:

No Incidents to Report.

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

02:00am           Mission/Onondaga                    Vandalism to Vehicle
04:00pm           300 Blk Peru                              Burglary
05:02pm           Mission/Oliver                          Traffic Collision
05:20pm           Banks/Tompkins                       Warrant Arrest
06:10pm           100 Blk Saint Marys                 Trespassing
08:00pm           Ocean/Harold                            Hit and Run
10:00pm           Alemany/Justin                         Traffic Collision
10:43pm           Monterey/Baden                       Traffic Violation Arrest