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Tenderloin Station

A triangular area bordered by Geary, Market and Larkin streets, the Tenderloin Police District is the smallest of ten district station areas. The Tenderloin Task Force was created on April 1st 1991 (with the first bicycle patrol in the city) to combat the high level of crime in that area and made its headquarters in the basement of the historic Hibernia Bank building. A new headquarters, now formally known as Tenderloin Station, opened in October 2000 at 301 Eddy Street.
The officers of Tenderloin Station patrol an area with the highest concentration of parolees in the city, but the area has also become a place of residence for many law-abiding immigrant families, especially from southeast Asia. The officers' role, then, has been to make this area safe with its expanding businesses and eateries which cater to those families.

Teresa Ewins

San Francisco Tenderloin Police Station

Tenderloin Police Station
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301 Eddy St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 345-7300
Emergency, dial: 911
Non-emergency, dial: (415) 553-0123
TIP LINE: (415) 575-4444

Station Directory

Community Meetings

Community Updates

TTY Line (for hearing impaired)

Permit Officer  415-345-7340

Fax 415-345-7370                      

Day: Last Tuesday of
the month
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm             
Place: Tenderloin Station                           

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Last updated: 10/23/2015 1:15:05 PM