Mission Station - Officer of the Month - Jan 2018
Officer Rosie Olson
Mission Police Station Officer of the Month is Police Service Aide (PSA) Rosie Olson. PSA Olson has been working at the front office desk at Mission Police Station for the last year since her graduation from the PSA academy. She has been an integral Mission team member who navigates the front desk like a seasoned professional.
PSA Olson was born and raised in San Francisco. Olson attended Mercy High School and then attended San Francisco City College where in May she will graduate with a Associates degree in Administrative Justice. Olson recently said 'yes" to her longtime boyfriend and they are now happily engaged to be married. One of PSA Olson's other passions is to cook and take care of her dog "Chewey" after Chewbacca.
PSA Olson is bilingual, which is a critical qualification at Mission Police Station. Olson takes multiple reports at the Mission Police Station to include; stolen vehicles, hit and run traffic accidents and vehicles that have been broken in to. Olson stated that she loves being at the front desk assisting the patrons of Mission District and she is in the process of applying for the San Francisco Police Department. Thank you PSA Olson for your hard work and vigilance at Mission Police Station.
A Community Police Services Aide performs a variety of police related duties for the San Francisco Police Department. Essential functions may vary depending on assignment and may include: accepts and processes complaints in person or over the telephone; ensures security of restricted areas and property; utilizes two-way radios; completes reports and forms; provides information and assistance to the public; assists ill or injured citizens; assists in receiving, storing, and releasing of property; utilizes a computer terminal to enter and retrieve information; provides crowd management during events and emergency situations; sorts, files, and maintains reports and records.