On February 10, 2015, at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel, the Rotary Club hosted its annual luncheon to honor the outstanding services of nominated personnel from the San Francisco Sheriff’s, Police and Fire Department’s, and the U.S. Coast Guard. Sheriff Mirkarimi nominated San Francisco Deputy Sheriff B. Mercado for his act of extraordinary service in rendering prompt and crucial aide to two children, ages four and one, left unattended in a parked car with all of the windows rolled up. Continue reading “San Francisco Deputy Sheriff Mercado rendered aide to two children”
On July 21st, 2014 San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs conducted a 6 month station transport trail picking up prisoners from the police stations and transporting them to the San Francisco Sheriffs Department for criminal booking. This is how it worked, when one of the officers at the Tenderloin Police Station makes an arrest, one of San Francisco’s most active police stations is down an officer. That’s because it can take up to two hours for the officer to drive a prisoner to the Hall of Justice and process them. Continue reading “San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs Station Transfer Unit”
On Friday, January 31, 2014, San Francisco Sheriff’s Deputies Majano and Goodman were on-duty assigned to the San Francisco Sheriff’s Patrol Division working at the San Francisco General Hospital Campus.
At approximately 10:00 a.m. they were conducting a secondary search for a medically at risk missing San Francisco General Hospital patient.. The patient had just been seen leaving a hospital ward. The patient was last seen walking northbound on Potrero Avenue. An immediate search was initiated of Potrero Avenue and the surrounding area. Continue reading “San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs Locate Missing SFGH Patient”
On February 12, 2013, San Francisco Deputy Sheriff J. Gomez was the recipient of the San Francisco Rotary Emergency Services Award – 2013, presented by Rotary Club #2 of San Francisco.
San Francisco Deputy Sheriff Gomez was honored for her heroic actions of March 27, 2012. Deputy Gomez was at a BART station platform waiting for the train to commute to work. She noted that the next train was due to arrive in one minute. At that time a young man ran across the platform and fell onto the train tracks below the platform. San Francisco Deputy Sheriff Gomez immediately climbed down onto the tracks to rescue the young man from the arriving train. Another person came to Deputy Gomez’s aid and together they began to lift the man up to return him to the platform. Two more people came to assist and were successful in lifting him back onto the platform. Continue reading “San Francisco Deputy Sheriff saves man on BART tracks”