San Francisco Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: San Francisco Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 850 Bryant St, San Francisco, 94103 CA
  • Chief:
Phone: 415-734-2301
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San Francisco Sheriff's Department is located at 850 Bryant St, San Francisco, 94103 CA. The San Francisco Sheriff's Department phone number is 415-734-2301.

San Francisco Sheriff's Department News

This Veterans Day, we consider ourselves fortunate to have so many deputy sheriffs who are military veterans. Thank you for protecting our freedom and our communities.

Semper Fi! As part of the U.S. Marine Corps’ 243rd birthday, we celebrate our many deputy sheriffs who served in the Marines. You served our country with honor and pride. Thank you for your protection and sacrifice for this great nation.

End of Watch: We grieve for Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Ron Helus and all the victims of the horrendous mass shooting in Thousand Oaks Nov. 7. Helus, a 29-year veteran, was planning to retire in a year, and leaves behind a wife and a son. We’re praying for all. https://nydn.us/2RGZOVz

San Francisco Sheriff's Department workers raised over $47,500 in the City and County of San Francisco's 2018 Combined Charities Campaign, beating our $40,000 goal and topping $38,000 raised last year. Sheriff Hennessy’s matching challenge led to a strong finish, with 28 employees contributing in the final two days of the campaign. Thanks to all who contributed!

Spread the holiday joy by learning more about healthy cooking. The San Francisco Sheriff's Department's Women’s Resource Center, 930 Bryant in SF, hosts free nutrition and cooking classes Thursdays 1-2 p.m. The WRC assists female ex-offenders with housing, substance abuse programs, jobs and healthcare.

San Francisco Sheriff’s Department employees raised over $47,500 in the City and County of San Francisco's 2018 Combined Charities Campaign, beating our $40,000 goal and topping $38,000 raised last year. Sheriff Hennessy’s matching challenge led to a strong finish, with 28 employees contributing in the final two days of the campaign. Thanks to all who contributed!

San Francisco Sheriff's Department deputies gathering for an election night of protecting the voted ballot.

It’s Election Day, and San Francisco Sheriff's Department deputies are out in force, ready to protect and deliver ballots from all SF precincts tonight for counting. Let your voice be heard. Vote!

A hearty congrats to CHP Golden Gate Air Operations Officers P. Agdeppa, P. Gavitte, W. Lowe and C. Millward for being awarded the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor in October by Gov. Jerry Brown and Attorney General Xavier Becerra. They were recognized for rescuing 41 people by helicopter during the 2017 Atlas Fire in Napa. http://bit.ly/2JFTdb6

County Jail #2 inmates learn more than baking in their Introduction to Cooking class. Inmates are taught food safety, cross-contamination and cleaning and earn a certificate at the end, which allows them to work in restaurants and bakeries. The women baked their first batch of muffins -- blueberry and banana with chocolate chips -- Oct 31.

Remember to fall back this weekend for the end of Daylight Saving Time as we turn our clocks back one hour on Sunday, Nov 4. Drive safely on the roads, as it will be darker when most start and end their days. Also, consider replacing batteries in your smoke/carbon monoxide alarms.

A man found guilty of DUI who showed up for court-ordered community service got more than he bargained for on Oct. 29. He had a suspended license, which set off a chain of events leading to Deputies J. Arnold, H. Barack and R. Rodriguez uncovering in the car he was driving a loaded firearm with a high-capacity magazine. The man was rearrested, and his charges include driving while privilege is suspended for prior DUI conviction, carrying a loaded firearm in a public place or vehicle, possession of ammunition and contempt of a court order. Great work, deputies!

Visit from the King: City Hall was rocking Halloween with Elvis arriving in his blue suede shoes. A SF Controller's Office employee stopped for a quick photo with San Francisco Sheriff's Department fans of his costume.

San Francisco Sheriff’s Department assistant chief legal counsel Suzy Loftus brought the Halloween spirit to at the department on Oct. 31, along with tasty treats! Have a happy and safe Halloween, and remember to drive safely. There’ll be plenty of trick-or-treaters out tonight.

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department wishes all the goblins and ghouls a spooktacular time this Halloween! Make sure your trick-or-treaters’ Halloween is safe. Kids should carry a flashlight or have reflective tape on their costumes.

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department was in Halloween spirit at the Fiesta On The Hill party in SF Oct. 28. Bernal Heights residents gave deputies a warm welcome as they all enjoyed the parade – parents, kids and dogs wore costumes – music, food and fun. Attendees stopped by our booth to say hi and learn about dept.

To the untrained eye, courtroom security might seem monotonous. It is anything but. What kind of security threats does the Sheriff’s Department train for? Start with the contraband seized during security check-in at 1:02 in our latest "On Duty" video: The Courts.

Since the beginning of October, the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department has raised $26,000 in the City and County of San Francisco’s 2018 Combined Charities Campaign, moving closer to our dept goal! To sign up, submit your pledge to https://buff.ly/2PbWm4E

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department, working with Community Works West and No Violence Alliance, hosts employment classes for those looking for a job. Classes are held at noon Mondays at the SFSD Community Programs, 70 Oak Grove, in SF, and for women only, Fridays at the Women’s Resource Center, 930 Bryant, in SF.

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department admires breast cancer fighters and survivors, and honors those who lost their lives to this insidious disease. This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the dept shows its support with our pink awareness patches and pins.

Abuse can take many forms, whether it be physical, emotional, verbal or sexual, & all of it is devastating. The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department has worked to fight domestic violence with the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women on several initiatives, including creating DV brochures in multiple languages.

San Francisco Sheriff’s Department’s Deputy M. Caliz, Deputy H. Barack and K-9 Nero had anything but a “ruff” day Oct. 13, when the San Francisco SPCA celebrated its 150th anniversary By hosting its Cuddle Me Festival. The deputies received a first responder certificate of appreciation, and then kids met and played with Nero. Best of all, 71 animals were adopted at the event.

Celebrated artist and activist Rhodessa Jones’ new work, “When Did Your Hands Become a Weapon?,” which deals with sexual assault and harassment, opens Oct. 25 & runs through Nov. 4 at the Brava Theater in SF. Jones founded the Medea Project for female San Francisco county jail inmates in 1989. bit.ly/2ys7yDQ

Deputy C. Moore flexed her muscles at the Me Jane You Jane CrossFit contest in Santa Rosa on Oct 21. She performed deadlifts, hanging knee raises, kettlebell squats and other exercises, earning 4th place in her division. The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department had a booth and spoke with attendees who were interested in the dept.

Rhodessa Jones’ newest theater piece, “When Did Your Hands Become a Weapon?,” runs Oct 25-Nov 4 at the Brava Theater in SF. The renowned artist and activist’s show centers on sexual assault and harassment women endure. Jones also founded the Medea Project in '89 for female SF county jail inmates. bit.ly/2ys7yDQ