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Please help the family of UC Davis Police Officer Walter Broussard. On July 4, 2022, Officer Walter Broussard passed awa...
07/14/2022

Please help the family of UC Davis Police Officer Walter Broussard. On July 4, 2022, Officer Walter Broussard passed away from complications of an on-duty heart attack he suffered on June 10, 2022. Click the link to make a secure donation.

https://bit.ly/BroussardWalter

Walter was hospitalized in the Bay Area during the weeks following his heart attack, and his wife Mary incurred substantial debt so that she could be there by his side. Your contribution will go towards helping Mary, and her family retire this debt and towards an appropriate service for Walter.

Walter served the Davis Police Department for over 24 years and served as a Yolo County Deputy Sheriff for 7 years. During his tenure at Davis, he served as a patrol officer, traffic officer, FTO, and K-9 handler.

SFPOA Statement on the appointment of Brooke Jenkins as San Francisco's next District Attorney.
07/08/2022

SFPOA Statement on the appointment of Brooke Jenkins as San Francisco's next District Attorney.

Another police officer responding to a 911 call was ambushed and murdered. Detroit Police Officer Loren Courts was a 5-y...
07/07/2022

Another police officer responding to a 911 call was ambushed and murdered. Detroit Police Officer Loren Courts was a 5-year veteran. He was a husband and a father of two. His father was a DPD officer. We send our prayers to his family and everyone at .

Reserve yourspot to show off your “Hold’em” skills and help raise money for the SFPOA Scholarship Program. See flyers fo...
07/05/2022

Reserve yourspot to show off your “Hold’em” skills and help raise money for the SFPOA Scholarship Program. See flyers for details.

Congratulations to the SFPD’s 275th Recruit Class who will be sworn in today and begin their field training. You’ve chos...
07/01/2022

Congratulations to the SFPD’s 275th Recruit Class who will be sworn in today and begin their field training. You’ve chosen a tough but rewarding career. Thank you for choosing to serve the people of San Francisco.

Mayor Breed’s budget proposal expands the number of police academies to fill 200 vacancies over the long-term and it pro...
06/29/2022
Budget deal: Mayor gets police, supes get affordable housing

Mayor Breed’s budget proposal expands the number of police academies to fill 200 vacancies over the long-term and it provides funding for overtime to fill empty police officer shifts created by our staffing crisis. Both are good steps to help us fight the rise of crime in our city.

After marathon negotiations, the Board of Supervisors is poised to refrain from making deep cuts to Mayor London Breed’s proposed spending on police and downtown recovery efforts in exchange for

SFPOA's Statement on the Arrest of Officer Adam Eatia.
06/28/2022

SFPOA's Statement on the Arrest of Officer Adam Eatia.

Arrested! Suspect arrested in MUNI homicide and shooting. Excellent work by our investigators to identify the suspect an...
06/24/2022
Suspect arrested in deadly San Francisco subway shooting

Arrested! Suspect arrested in MUNI homicide and shooting. Excellent work by our investigators to identify the suspect and our Tac team & Pittsburg Police to take the suspect into custody without incident.

A man who allegedly shot and killed a 27-year-old man on a San Francisco subway train has been arrested, police announced.

Following Game 6 of the Warriors' Championship series, violent riots broke out at some celebrations. A total of seventee...
06/22/2022

Following Game 6 of the Warriors' Championship series, violent riots broke out at some celebrations. A total of seventeen police officers were injured. Additionally, officers working crowd control at the Warriors' parade were targeted and attacked.

These attacks should never be tolerated.

SFPD Homicide investigating a shooting in the Marina District Sunday night at Scott/Alhambra. Shooting occurred at appro...
06/21/2022
San Francisco police investigate fatal shooting in Marina District

SFPD Homicide investigating a shooting in the Marina District Sunday night at Scott/Alhambra. Shooting occurred at approximately 1030 PM. Anyone with info or video call 415-575-4444 or text a tip to 847411 and start with SFPD.

Police in San Francisco on Monday confirmed they are investigating a fatal shooting that happened Sunday night in the city's Marina District.

Friday’s knife attack on 3 travelers at SFO is exactly why our airport needs well-trained police officers in addition to...
06/20/2022
Travelers Speak Out Following Knife Attack at SFO

Friday’s knife attack on 3 travelers at SFO is exactly why our airport needs well-trained police officers in addition to TSA to ensure a rapid response to threats. Fortunately, the travelers were able to be treated on-site and our officers took the suspect into custody.

According to officials, a man went into the international terminal and pulled out what appeared to be a large knife and assaulted three people.

Jason Young, the father of Jace Young, the 6-year old who was shot and killed while watching fireworks on the 4th of Jul...
06/17/2022
San Francisco dad of slain 6-year-old: Ousting DA Boudin first step in fixing city's 'lack of accountability'

Jason Young, the father of Jace Young, the 6-year old who was shot and killed while watching fireworks on the 4th of July speaks out about the recall.

"I blame him for the handling of the case, the stance that he took in regard to sentencing and the things that he could’ve done, as someone who actually voted for him and just as a citizen of San Francisco and more importantly, as a parent."

The father of a slain 6-year-old welcomed the ousting of District Attorney Chesa Boudin, but said the lack of accountability in the city extends well beyond the D.A.

Corporal Michael Paredes and Officer Joseph Santana of the El Monte Police Department were murdered while responding to ...
06/16/2022
El Monte Police Officers - Peace Officers Research Association of California

Corporal Michael Paredes and Officer Joseph Santana of the El Monte Police Department were murdered while responding to a call for service. Their wives and children had these heroes ripped from them. Please consider donating to support their families.
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Corporal Michael Paredes and Officer Joseph Santana were killed in the line of duty by gunfire on June 14, 2022. Both officers were born and raised in El Monte and died serving the community they loved.

Expecting an addict to recover while surrounded by an open-air drug market is absurd.  We hope Supervisor Dorsey’s propo...
06/15/2022
San Francisco Supervisor Matt Dorsey proposes 'drug enforcement priority zones'

Expecting an addict to recover while surrounded by an open-air drug market is absurd. We hope Supervisor Dorsey’s proposal for those seeking to change their lives gets the support it needs to be a reality.

San Francisco's new District 6 Supervisor Matt Dorsey proposed legislation Tuesday that would establish "drug enforcement priority zones" near the city's facilities that serve those recovering from substance or alcohol addiction.

The SFPOA sends its prayers to the CHP officer who is in critical condition after being shot during a traffic stop in St...
06/14/2022
Suspect Arrested in Hours-Long San Fernando Valley Search After CHP Traffic Stop Shooting

The SFPOA sends its prayers to the CHP officer who is in critical condition after being shot during a traffic stop in Studio City. To his family, friends and fellow officers, our prayers are with you too.

The CHP identified Pejhmaun Iraq Khosroabadi as the man sought in the shooting Monday during a traffic stop in Studio City. He was described as 5 feet, 10 inches tall, 210 pounds with auburn hair and brown eyes.

06/09/2022

A city can pursue criminal justice reform AND prosecute criminals. San Francisco has an opportunity to get a prosecutor who will do their job: prosecuting criminals and standing up for victims.

Heroes. In the truest sense of the word. We are exceptionally proud of our officers who took quick action to help a labo...
06/08/2022

Heroes. In the truest sense of the word. We are exceptionally proud of our officers who took quick action to help a laboring woman in distress deliver her baby & our firefighters who delivered baby #2. Their actions saved the lives of mom and her babies. Thank you for recognizing these heroes.

Former SFPD Officer, and SFPOA member, David Lucchetti passed away. A US Army veteran, David was an SFPD officer until l...
06/06/2022

Former SFPD Officer, and SFPOA member, David Lucchetti passed away. A US Army veteran, David was an SFPD officer until last year, when he lateraled to a law enforcement agency in Washington. He worked Co H, Co I, Co J respectfully. David was in the 237th Academy Class. Rest in Peace David.

A memorial service is being held on June 11 in Washington. Click the link below for details.
https://sites.google.com/view/davidlucchettimemorialservice/home?authuser=0

Honoring the life of Jon Cook, 20th Anniversary. Remembrance Ceremony and Lunch Reception. Details in the flyer.
06/06/2022

Honoring the life of Jon Cook, 20th Anniversary. Remembrance Ceremony and Lunch Reception. Details in the flyer.

06/04/2022
SFPD's Long Arm of the Law

The long arm of the law got a little longer—all the way to Taiwan longer. SFPD arrests suspect who broke into woman’s home, tied her up, and threatened to torture her with a knife until she transferred over nearly $3 million to him.

It’s 2022, yet we still see acts of bigotry and we still see people attacked because of who they love or who they choose...
06/02/2022

It’s 2022, yet we still see acts of bigotry and we still see people attacked because of who they love or who they choose to be. SFPOA members stand with our LGBTQ+ community every day, all year. We are you. We all are one community.

Man murdered in Tenderloin this AM near Turk & Jones. Victim was stabbed and our officers rendered aid at the scene. Vic...
06/02/2022
Police investigate fatal stabbing in Tenderloin district

Man murdered in Tenderloin this AM near Turk & Jones. Victim was stabbed and our officers rendered aid at the scene. Victim pronounced dead at the hospital. Anyone with info on the case contact the SFPD Tip Line at (415) 575-4444 or Text a Tip to TIP411 and begin text with SFPD.

A man was fatally stabbed late Wednesday morning on the corner of Turk and Jones streets in San Francisco. No arrests have been made.

Our  officers were not ducking around with their rescue skills. Ducklings saved. Mama Duck happy. Just another day on pa...
05/31/2022

Our officers were not ducking around with their rescue skills. Ducklings saved. Mama Duck happy. Just another day on patrol for SFPD.

When Southern Station officers spotted a mother duck frantically quacking at a storm drain they were determined to quack the case!

Upon closer inspection, several baby ducklings had fallen through a metal grate and were trapped. They wasted no time in rescuing them! 👏

"Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men have died to win them." – Franklin D. R...
05/30/2022

"Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men have died to win them." – Franklin D. Roosevelt

Today we remember and honor the soldiers who died in service to our nation.

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I would like to see the SFPOA issue a statement denouncing the violence on our nation’s Capitol that resulted in the death of an officer. I would also like to see the SFPOA condemn the president who prompted this violence.
Jill is a Brown Deer Policer Officer, with 18 yrs of service. She has been battling cancer for 5 years. She was my daughter’s, Lt Amy Koeppel, maid of honor at her wedding,
Police officers all over are under attack. The DSOCs are proud of their achievements. When the thin blue line is destroyed, who will help you when the baddies take over? Take a good look when you are out on your own. You need the cops whether you like it or not.
The San Francisco VA is seeking individual who would like to continue serving as a Police Officer serving our Veterans. If interested or if you know someone who is, please have them contact me @ [email protected]
Portland Police Officer says goodbye

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A Final Letter From A Cop Who’s Walking Out The Door
SEP 1, 2020 @ 8:03AM

Portland Police

"Now it’s time …. to say goodbye….to all the lunacy! (Mickey Mouse Club for those who didn’t pick up on it).
After 26.5 years of blood, sweat, and tears it all comes to an inspirational end. I reflect back on my first night out of the advanced academy (12/19/94) and remember Dave Howe getting shot 4 times by a cowardly gangster hiding under a bed at some apartments at 122/Glisan. I got the joy of telling his wife what happened when she arrived at the hospital that night. Today, that same thug would be hailed a hero or martyr. After I returned to work from Admin. Leave, I was partnered with an officer that should never have been hired (but they were desperate for cops) and unbeknownst to me, Brad decided to keep a bunch of dope we discovered on a traffic stop. I had zero reluctance testifying in Grand Jury against him, giving him no pass although an argument could have been made for the lack of help he had received following an officer-involved shooting when the wife of the man who had tried killing him with a hatchet began stalking Brad at home and work. Brad was responsible and should and was held accountable.
1999 was a hoot too. I was nearly killed by a drunk driver, got attacked by two drunk men at Food for Less at 82/Powell celebrating the new year, and was drug off my horse when I attempted an arrest of a crack dealer in Old Town and the driver drove away with my arm trapped in the car. Accountability being at an all-time high, I saw the Duii get no time; one of the two men (the other testified against me and got off scot-free because I could not identify him) at Food for Less get a 15-day sentence, served on weekends (even though this was his second attack on police); and the crack dealer gets 3 days in jail, which was less than the suspension I got for bad language and preventing her escaping while handcuffed later. This was only the 12th time I had been assaulted in my first five years.
For the next 21 years, I spent time with victims of criminal acts, usually right after they happened when emotions were high. I also spent time patrolling the streets preventing crime and the fear of crime through the best m**hods. See a crime, arrest a criminal. See a person about to commit a crime, prevent the crime. See a picture from a wanted poster, arrest the wanted person. See a street-level drug deal, arrest both parties. Ask anyone who works in the area of a drug house, it has a positive affect.
I’ve seen numerous officers held accountable through discipline, firing, and jail. I’ve seen an appalling number of live time criminals continue to prey on the poor, weak, elderly, and young and because they are rarely ever held accountable, continue with their wicked ways. There is no lack of excuse-makers for them. “Nobody ever gave them a chance” is one of my favorites. Of course, since I have a job, it’s because of all my theoretical privilege and totally disregards the fact that I was once homeless with numerous siblings and a single mother who worked 2 jobs in high school (51 hours/week) and managed to graduate. Don’t you hate when the facts don’t fit the narrative??
Things got really exciting when a certain flu came into the country. Apocalyptic times ahead. Leaders blamed each other for the future of countless deaths. Mistakes were made by all, but this was new territory and nobody was prepared for what flu into the country. Most made the best decisions they could, while others took the best advantage of the uncertain times they could for both profit and political gains. First responders were suddenly heroes again. I watched the military jets fly over the city, from empty emergency room to empty emergency room, to honor health care workers.
Just when I thought things couldn’t get any more exciting, the nation watched in disgust and horror as George Floyd died in police custody, all caught on film. The city this tragedy happened in didn’t matter, because it was not the fault of all cops. Systemic racism. The new buzz word to accompany de-escalation and equity. Now, since so many officers had chosen to step in harm's way to be on the front lines in the fight against crime in ALL neighborhoods, we were all labeled racists. After all, we were the enforcers of laws set up by the citizens of our country, states, and cities. Nobody called lawmakers systemic racists. What is really impressive is all the armchair experts on the subject. Don’t dare bring up statistical data regarding numbers of homicides or other criminal activity, because emotion reigns, and “I feel like that just can’t be true” is the response. I’ve yet to see charges of systemic racism against judges who sentenced criminals to prison, yet they are part of the same system.
Everyone has jumped on board with the condemnation of police which is great because we definitely need more people to demonize officers risking their very lives for strangers. I hope everyone got to see the extremely brave Quentin Tarantino’s speech about how he’s “not going to stand by while these murders are out here.” Wouldn’t it be grand to see him take the stance every Monday morning in Chicago following another appalling weekend of homicides against Blacks? I watched in sadness at the first major press conference here in Portland following the first riot and our Portland Fire Chief Boone described how she lived in fear that she would be shot in the back (by the police) every time she walked across the park to city hall (youtube video available). I did some research and couldn’t find a single incident of this ever happening to a fire chief or a Black female here in Portland, so clearly the narrative was more important than the facts. Things ring equally absent of fact when I witness the police being blamed for the deaths of Travon Martin (Hispanic neighborhood watch member), Sandra Bland’s jail su***de, and Ahmad Arbery’s death at the hands of two civilians whose murals are all alongside of other high profile deaths. It’s been great being the scapegoat for all these high profile deaths. I’m probably one of the few Americans who actually bothered to read the very lengthy DOJ findings on the Michael Brown shooting that inspired death and destruction. One of the early complaints was about how long Brown’s body was in the street, how many people knew the police had to take cover during two more subsequent shootings at the scene? It seems like the only thing people agree on is that these deaths are tragic. I am of course speaking about us people who recognize the sanctity of human life. I am not talking about those who laugh on youtube videos following death like we just witness last Saturday.
I have reserved my biggest congratulations for the Anarchists who, in a genius public relations scheme, skillfully changed their name to Antifa. Who doesn’t hate fascists? Wonderful! I remember working Occupy Portland when an Anarchist actually complained to me about the tweakers stealing all of their stuff while the Anarchists were marching through downtown. I’m impressed with a group of people who mask up (pre-Covid), dress in helmets and armor, arm themselves with weapons, and attack free speech. The most incredibly brave pack of hyenas in nature. I think police departments should hire the Anarchist P.R. firm so we can come up with a name that city hall can get behind. I was so proud to watch Commissioner Hardesty chant F the police on videos. Too bad we don’t have a cool sounding social just warrior name as they do. This goes hand in hand with the constant media characterization of “peaceful” or “mostly peaceful” protests. Has to be peaceful because the first amendment to the constitution only guarantees “peaceful assembly.” As long as it is characterized as peaceful, they are not infringing on other people’s rights to things such as free travel. No civil rights violations going on here, that only applies to the police. There is zero doubt among the officers of the Portland Police that our new District Attorney feels the same way. Impressive campaign financing and agenda-driven law enforcement will certainly lead to justice for all. Riiiiiiighttttt.
I recall beaming with pride as Mayor Wheeler traded barbs with President Trump, even at one point telling the President to not tell him how to do his job. Wow, coming from the guy who has been telling the police to do their job. No police experience needed, but definitely better at it! I recall that after Commissioner Hardesty called the officers of the Portland Police Bureau a bunch of thugs, Mayor Wheeler rushed to our defense and criticized the President for building the wall along the southern border. I marveled at the walls being constructed around the buildings downtown, including City Hall. Mirroring the Mayor’s message to the President during yesterday’s press conference, “wouldn’t it be great if the Mayor stood with the police against the blatant haters just down the hall from him?” Commissioner U. has done nothing but stick up for “Antifa” in every public statement about the rioting. Every wonder why so many people died during Hurricane Katrina? Look no further than what has happened here in Portland for the last 100 days. “The water will subside” strategy is working great!!!! Let’s get rid of all of the helicopters and boats to rescue people by defunding the purchases and laying off the pilots and boat captains. Instead, we’ll send out an army of paddleboarders. Of course, we won’t have anyone trained on paddleboarding or even have purchased any paddleboards to be used to rescue all those who need help, but at least it’s better that they die by drowning, starvation, and disease than have to breathe another breath of fossil fuel.
Brothers and sisters, there is a dark storm on the horizon. It is darker and more ominous than anything any of us have ever seen before. Prepare! The only one that is going to save you is the one next to you. 50 gone in the month of August, the line just got thinner. Re-imagine there being very few left. Don’t let the fools divide you! They are already trying. We as a police department have come so far and I would gladly have put myself in peril for any one of you, regardless of all the things they are trying to divide us (s*x, color, religion, orientation). It takes a lot of guts to put on a badge in Portland, It takes a lot of guts to stand up for what is right, but IT IS RIGHT. We’ve seen the low quality of brainpower it takes to scream like spoiled brats while packs behind a mask. Now that they’ve canceled COPS and LIVE PD, most of the public won’t know us like before. It is up to us to tell the citizens that mob rule does not get to decide policy and law, but democracy must. I appreciate all the well wishes. I love you all and I pray the Lord watches over each and every one of you!"
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