San Francisco Community College Police Department

  • Agency: San Francisco Community College Police Department
  • Address: 50 Phelan Ave, San Francisco, 94112 CA
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San Francisco Community College Police Department is located at 50 Phelan Ave, San Francisco, 94112 CA. The San Francisco Community College Police Department phone number is (415) 239-3200.

San Francisco Community College Police Department News

Our prayers go to our BART brothers in blue.

The San Francisco Community College Police welcomes you to the Spring semester. A friendly reminder, classes start on January 10th. We also want to remind you that starting on January 10th., parking citations will be issued if you don't have a parking permit in your vehicle. SAFETY TIP: Do not leave visible valuables in your vehicle. A good practice is to take them with you, or lock them in the trunk of your vehicle. Enjoy the semester!!! SFCCDPD

The San Francisco Community College Police family, wants to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy 2014!

Crime Alert: An attempted robbery occurred on 8/29/2012 at approximately 6:30pm in front of Environmental Horticulture building on Judson Ave. The suspect approached a student from behind and attempted to steal his backpack. The student resisted, suspect punched him in the shoulder and face and ran away. Suspect Description: Black male, 25-26 yrs. old, 5'6", 165lbs, athletic built, wearing black/white ball cap, white t-shirt, black baggy jeans. If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact campus police (415) 239-3200

Student/Visitor parking lots are free on the following days only: 8/15/2012, 8/16/2012 and 8/17/2012.

Summer 2012 semester is under way. Just a reminder that parking rules still apply to all lots. Make sure to display a valid parking permit when you park your vehicle.

Crime Alert issued on 1/28/2012 Crime: Robbery With Force Date: January 24, 2012 Location: 863 Ocean Avenue (under pedestrian bridge) Summary: On Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at 5:45 p.m., A robbery with force occurred on Ocean Avenue. A student was walking on the 800 block of Ocean Avenue when she was approached by two suspects. The suspects demanded the student's backpack. After getting the backpack, one suspect held the student while the other went through her pockets and took her money. The suspect holding the student threw her to the ground. Both suspects were last seen eastbound on Ocean Avenue. Suspect #1 is described as a Hispanic male in his 20’s, about 5’6”, skinny build. The suspect was wearing a black and red S.F. Giants jacket. Suspect #2 is described as a Black male in his 20’s, about 6’. If you have any information about this crime or wish to report any suspicious activity, please contact us.

Spring 2012 semester is under way. Just a reminder that there's no free parking this semester, make sure to display a parking permit when you park your vehicle.

Safety Alert: 2 reported robberies occurred near Phelan Loop (alley behind firestation) in November. Suspect described as a black male in his 20s, approx. 5'7"-6'5", average build, armed with a handgun and/or a knife. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone, if possible and report any suspicious activity to SFCCPD.

SFCCPD is currently hiring for Institutional Police Sergeant position, apply here: http://www.jobaps.com/sf/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=PBT&R2=8205&R3=058162

Safety alert! Shooting @ Balboa Bart. Suspects still at large. Perimeter secure @ Geneva, Ocean and San Jose Avenues

PARKING REMINDER: There's no more free parking on Ocean Campus. All vehicles parked in CCSF's lots must display a valid permit / DP Placard. A One-day parking permit can be purchased from the machines, located in each parking lot. Semester parking permits can be purchased from Student Bank (Conlan Hall Room 104)

For the first week of classes (8/17/2011 - 8/19/2011) parking at Ocean Campus will be free for students. This only applies to student parking spaces, all other related rules apply. Also, DMV Disabled Placards do not need to have a blue campus parking permit with the vehicle. These vehicles, under CA vehicle code, can park in any spaces.

Fall 2011 semester begins on August 17th. Check back here for updates regarding parking, traffic, crime alerts and other useful information from CCSFPD.