A mentally ill homeless man who frequents Glen Park and spent a year in jail and a year in a locked psychiatric ward after an elderly resident died subsequent to an altercation with him, is back in the neighborhood. On June 10, Peter Rocha was acquitted of murder in the May 2020 death of Leo […]
The current Ingleside Station newsletter has a lot of valuable advice about fireworks issues on this July 4 weekend. Read the newsletter here.
Although every arrest and incident occurring in the Ingleside District isn’t mentioned in our weekly newsletter, our officers are out there every day, working to make the Ingleside District a safer place. In this section of our newsletter (subscribe here),we wish to highlight incidents that demonstrate the excellent work being done by our officers, as […]
Spring 2022 Quarterly Meeting Meet Our New Ingleside Police Captain and Hear from Supervisor Mandelman The Glen Park Association Spring Quarterly Meeting Thursday, April 21, 2022 7 p.m. Register via Zoom here (but we have hope for an in-person meeting this summer!) Agenda Announcement of 2022 GPA Grant recipients Michael Rice to speak in memory […]
The usual morning rush hour crush in Glen Park village was further complicated around 8:30 am Thursday morning due to an incident at the Dignity Health Urgent Care clinic at the northeast corner of Diamond and Bosworth streets. A man, apparently in a mental health crisis, drew an extraordinary—for Glen Park—response from SFPD. According to […]
The Ingleside Station has a new Captain, Derrick Lew. He replaces Nicole Jones, the former captain who was promoted to Commander in December 2021. Captain Lew is expected to lead the Ingleside for at least the next two years. Read about him and other Ingleside news in the Ingleside Station weekly newsletter. You can also […]
Read more about our Acting Captain Kevin Knoble inside the weekly Ingleside Station Newsletter along with district crime details, safety tips and other items of interest.
Congratulations and good luck to Commander Nicole Jones!
Below, the item from the August 20 Ingleside Station Newsletter: “Ingleside Citizen of the Month / August 2021 The Citizen of the Month for August is Marian Dalere. Marian is a native first generation San Franciscan, who was raised and went to school in the Glen Park neighborhood. Marian followed in her mother’s footsteps and […]
Hello, Ingleside Community! We are knee deep in summer, and wading into July. Fireworks continue to be on the forefront of the community’s mind. To piggyback off last month’s message, please call 311 if you see someone lighting off fireworks, can give an exact location of occurrence, and can describe the suspect. Please call 911 […]
Please note recent criminal activity in Glen Park: Saturday, June 26, 2021 Serious incidents: 08:00 a.m. 300 Block of Surrey St. Burglary Officers Johnson and Yu responded to a report of a residential burglary. The victim stated that he entered his garage in the morning and found that the garage door had a broken window, […]
As we transition into March, we find ourselves in a state of change here at Ingleside Station as well. As many of our readers are aware, district station captains are rotated throughout different assignments in our department, with both newly-promoted and tenured captains being transferred to new assignments. With that said, please join us in […]
Several crimes involving firearms have rocked our two neighborhoods in recent months. In response, a town hall public meeting was held on February 17. The latest incident was a drive by shooting on Sunday, January 24 at 3:00 p.m., at the intersection of Chenery Street and Brompton Avenue. A young man had dropped his mother […]
Sunday afternoon saw the second drive-by shooting in two months in Glen Park, leaving a young man in stable condition at San Francisco General Hospital and the Glen Park neighborhood shaken. It began at approximately 4:40 p.m. on Sunday when a 25-year-old man dropped his mother off for work on Bosworth street and then turned […]
Note: Ingleside Station, by direction of Captain Woon, has compiled recent incidents reported by Glen Park residents. This is one reason it’s so important to report ALL incidents to SFPD. The more they hear from us, the more police resources are dispatched to keep Glen Park safe. The Ingleside non-emergency phone number is (415) 404-4000. […]
There has been a lot of concern expressed online about recent sideshow activity in San Francisco. Oftentimes residents are aware of the noise coming from somewhere but are not sure of the location. The Glen Park Association safety committee reached out to Captain Woon about this after an event over the weekend. He also addressed […]
For its summer quarterly meeting, the Glen Park Association has joined the Diamond Heights Community Association and Upper Noe Neighbors to present an area-wide meeting: Public Safety: Where We are Now and Where We are Going Featuring San Francisco Police Department Chief Bill Scott, Ingleside Station Captain Christopher Woon and District 8 Supervisor Rafael Mandelman. […]
Thursday evening at 6:15 p.m., San Francisco police officers responded to the area of Wilder and Diamond on a report of shots being fired. As a result of their investigation, they determined two males had an altercation that eventually led to gunfire. No one was struck or injured by the bullets but several cars and […]
We’ve received confirmation from Captain Woon of Ingleside Station of a homicide in the park this morning. Here is the press release — note the appeal to contact the tip line if you have any information. On Monday, May 25, 2020 at approximately 8:15 AM, San Francisco Police officers from Ingleside Station responded to the unit block […]
Read Mission Local’s post here: COVID-19: Ingleside Police Station closes for cleaning after officers potentially exposed
Photos by Michael Waldstein The quarterly meeting had a great turnout – folks were anxious to hear from several local leaders who came to give updates and hear about neighborhood concerns. First up– Introducing Ingleside Captain Christopher Woon: Captain Chris Woon made his first appearance since assuming his position at the Ingleside Station. Born and […]
Join your friends and neighbors for the Glen Park Association Quarterly Winter Meeting on January 23, 2020, 7 to 8:45 p.m., at the Glen Park Recreation Center off of Elk Street. This time we meet in the larger room. Call it what you will: the room with the fireplace, the auditorium, the room with the […]
Please join us at Ingleside Station Community Room. Come to talk about district crimes and updates, upcomng events and responses to questions and concerns in our community. Tuesday, August 20, 2019 7 – 9 pm 1 Sgt. John V. Young Lane San Francisco, CA 94112
I have just posted to NextDoor seeking the neighborhood’s help with any surveillance video of these incidents: The following 4 commercial burglaries have occurred in the Glen Park neighborhood in the past week: 1) 7/21 overnight to 22, Destination Baking Company. 598 Chenery St. 190-529-930 2) 7/21 overnight to 22 – Higher Grounds Coffee – […]
The quarterly meeting took place in the Recreation Center on April 25. Update on crime and other matters in Glen Park Captain Hart had just come from a fire safety meeting in Diamond Heights and had some helpful information to share. There are two separate access points to Glen Canyon Park. The official address is […]
To celebrate the Glen Park Association Website turning ten years old, we are reposting some of our favorite stories from the last ten years. There was an overwhelming police presence outside Higher Grounds late Tuesday morning. Their comportment suggested they weren’t there responding to a mob hit job, thankfully. They were standing there schmoozing among […]
There’s no denying that Halloween is quite the event in Glen Park — from the day-of parades at both Glen Park Montessori and Glen Park Elementary, to the nighttime festivities along and around Chenery street — Glen Park celebrates with enthusiasm and abandon. For the first time, San Francisco’s Ingleside Police station, with the guidance […]
Thanks to the Glen Park Association, SFPD Captain Jack Hart and Liveable Streets, this year Chenery Street between Diamond and Elk will be officially closed on Halloween so the mob of trick-or-treating tykes can rove safely through the neighborhood. Click on the picture of the map below to get a PDF version you can actually […]
Join Ingleside Station police officers at La Corneta Wednesday, September 19, from 5 to 7 p.m. and ask that burning question: What’s the fastest speed you’ve gone in a high-speed chase? Or just chit chat. Click here for the flyer. What: Taco with a Cop Where: La Corneta, 2834 Diamond Street When: Wednesday, Sept. 19, […]
Two recent hit and run crashes on Chenery St. are reminders that the dangers of driving don’t end once you’re parked. Certainly cars in San Francisco are sideswiped all the time, whether from people losing control on tiny roadways or simply traveling too fast on surface streets. These usually result in a smashed sideview mirror or […]
Forwarded from Captain Jack Hart’s excellent Ingleside Station Newsletter — see p. 19 https://gallery.mailchimp.com/ed4a08071cbc3bf508fd1fa81/files/a109047a-4cda-44ac-822a-e1553f8be1f7/May_2018_week_20.pdf Read the entire newsletter for valuable information and insights into crimefighting in our Ingleside Station.
The Ingleside Station issues a list of criminal acts in Glen Park that are reported to police; it’s posted periodically on the Glen Park Bulletin Board Yahoo group site. A review of this report from January through September of this year indicates that vehicular crime is a major source of criminal activity in the neighborhood. […]
Was there something in the water on Diamond St. yesterday? GP incidents from the San Francisco Police Dept. Ingleside newsletter. 08:15 am 1600 blk Diamond Battery Officer Giannini responded with several other officers to a battery call. The officers located the victim who told them that he was the foreman of a new home construction […]