SFPD Central Station
About the SFPD Central Station
Every year, more than 13 million tourists flock to central San Francisco, an area encompassing 35 hotels, 34 consulates, and eight of San Francisco’s top ten attractions, including Chinatown, North Beach, Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz Island, the Financial District and three famous hills: Telegraph, Nob and Russian.
The SFPD Central station is a gray, six-story structure on Vallejo Street in the heart of Little Italy. This station is part of the San Francisco Police Department's Metro Division.
Meet your Station Captain – Robert Yick
Central Station Captain Robert Yick was born in France, but grew up as a fifth generation San Franciscan in the Richmond District. He earned a BA in Management from Saint Mary's College, but began his law enforcement career in 1992 in the UC Berkeley Police Department. He joined SFPD in 1994, working assignments at Central and Richmond Stations. In his roles as Inspector, Sergeant and Lieutenant, he was assigned to Night Investigations, Domestic Violence, the Operations Bureau and the Internal Affairs Division, along with Mission Station. He was promoted to Captain in October, 2017.
“I look forward to working with Central residents, merchants and City partners to ensure that our district is safe and vibrant.”
- Captain Robert Yick
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