SFPD Ingleside Station
Community meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM and Captain’s Police Advisory Board meetings are held on the second Monday of the month. Check the SFPD calendar for times and locations for these and other community meetings and events.
About the SFPD Ingleside Station
The Ingleside Police District encompasses the area south of Cesar Chavez Street to the San Mateo County line and west from Highway 101 to Faxon Avenue. It is home to the San Francisco City College campus and many diverse residential neighborhoods including Sherwood Forest, Mt. Davidson, Glen Park-Sunnyside, Diamond Heights, Bernal Heights, Upper Noe, Mission Corridor, the Excelsior and St. Francis Wood, St. Mary's Park, Visitacion Valley, Precita Park, Cayuga, Outer Mission and Holly Park.
The Ingleside Station, located just off Balboa Park, is a Spanish-style, stucco building with big arched doorways and a terra cotta-tiled roof. It first opened in 1910 and was renovated in 1991. It includes a one-story annex with a large community room used for public meetings. This station is part of the San Francisco Police Department's Golden Gate Division.
Meet your Station Captain – Jack Hart
Captain Jack Hart joined San Francisco Police Department in 1999 and has served in patrol assignments, as a field training officer, and as an attorney with the department's Legal Division. He has taught constitutional law, criminal law, criminal procedure and leadership courses to more than 50 police recruit classes. As a sergeant, Hart led a street-crimes plainclothes enforcement team in the Bayview District. As a lieutenant, he was the officer-in-charge of the Candlestick Park detail, where he led the team of more than 100 police officers policing more than 70,000 people. As the captain assigned to SFPD's Homeland Security Unit, he supervised the Marine Unit and led the department's mutual-aid response to the 2017 North Bay firestorm at the Department Operations' Center. Captain Hart is also a master instructor in “Blue Courage," a police leadership course taught throughout the nation.
"What makes the Ingleside Police District unique is the high level of connection, care, and community between neighbors, merchants, community groups and neighborhoods. As a result, the partnership between the Ingleside Station and community residents consistently transcends historic barriers such as the diversity of languages, backgrounds, demographics and geography, so that we may flourish at home, at school, at work, and at play.”
- Captain Jack Hart
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