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SF Robbed

I’ve been Robbed of my public safety!

Do you feel like public safety is diminishing in San Francisco?  It seems like crime is getting worse and less people are reporting crime because nothing is really being done about it. I know the title is a strong statement.  But what happened to public safety and have they forgotten about the victims of crime?  […] Read More »

SF Car Break Ins

Crime is spreading like an Epidemic!

Crime is getting worse in San Francisco which is really hard to believe. This Northern California city welcomes around 25 million visitors annually. Who would imagine thefts in this beautiful city are spreading like an epidemic.   The reported numbers of car break ins doubled over the years from 10,000 in 2006 to 25,000 in […] Read More »

SF Car Burglar

Update about San Francisco Car Break-Ins

Are S.F. residents and tourists helpless?  In 2019 there has been an exponentially high rate of reported car break-ins for the San Francisco Area and beyond.  San Francisco auto break-ins have reached epidemic levels and it’s totally out of control. San Francisco’s population is nearly one-fourth of New York City’s, yet car break-ins within the City […] Read More »

郵寄或喺11月5號,投選Leif Dautch李多福為地檢官。

喺三藩市,搶劫,爆竊及其他罪案已經失控。 Leif Dautch李多福正競選地檢官,佢將追捕攻擊長者,兒童及小生意嘅犯罪組織。 佢喺耶魯及哈佛法律學院畢業,檢控超過300宗州及聯邦法庭案件。 佢嘅計劃同經驗,獲三藩市縣警協會及加州財務長馬世雲支持。 郵寄或喺11月5號,投選Leif Dautch李多福為地檢官。 廣告由三藩市縣警協會支付。 本廣告非地檢官候選人,或地檢官候選人控制之委員會付款或授權。 財務披露請瀏覽sfethics dot org。s-f-e-t-h-i-c-s dot org。 Read More »

Leif Dautch Paul Miyamoto Vallie Brown Ivy Lee

SFDSA 2019 Endorsements – Vote 11/5

The San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs’ Association went through a rigorous process to arrive at its endorsements.  The SFDSA political action committee thoroughly researches candidates and invites candidates to participate in a questionnaire addressing important public safety and district issues.  After completing the questionnaire candidates are selected to take part in a PAC interview. The following […] Read More »

Ivy Lee

SFDSA endorses Ivy Lee for City College Board

The San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs’ Association is pleased to announce its endorsement for the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustee.  “Ivy Lee represents the best candidate for the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustee,” says SFDSA President Ken Lomba.  “Ivy did extremely well in all areas of our process.  What we […] Read More »

sf car break ins

Why San Francisco Car Break-Ins are so high?

The exciting city of San Francisco is Northern California’s financial, commercial and cultural heart. It welcomes over 25 million visitors each year. Geographically the city spread across for only 47 miles but it is densely populated. Housing tons of attractions, visitors are attracted like a magnet to explore them. It is also known as the […] Read More »

Vallie Brown

SFDSA endorses Vallie Brown for District 5 Supervisor

The San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs’ Association is pleased to announce its endorsement for San Francisco District 5 Board of Supervisor.  “Vallie Brown represents the best candidate for improving District 5 in San Francisco,” says SFDSA President Ken Lomba.  “Vallie excelled in all areas of our process.  What we liked most of all was her vision […] Read More »

Boats to the Rescue Sept 11

Boats to the Rescue on Sept. 11th

Tom Hanks narrates the epic story of the 9/11 boatlift that evacuated half a million people from the stricken piers and seawalls of Lower Manhattan. Produced and directed by Eddie Rosenstein. Eyepop Productions, Inc. www.eyepopproductions.com BOATLIFT was executive produced by Stephen Flynn and Sean Burke, and co-directed by Rick Velleu. It premiered on September 8th […] Read More »

Sept. 11 Unshaken Courage Documentary

Unshaken Courage 9/11 Documentary

Remember every rescuer who died in honor. Remember every American that was taken away from us and remember every family that lives in grief. But most of all, remember that Men NEVER Die Until They Are Forgotten!!! This is “Unshaken Courage”, an original documentary by Nine Line, in remembrance of those we lost on Sept. […] Read More »