SFPD Northern Station
SFPD Northern Station community meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 PM at Northern Station. Check the SFPD calendar for details on Station community meetings and San Francisco events.
The CPAB (Community Police Advisory Board) meetings take place on the 4th Tuesday of each month and they are located in the Northern Station community room, 1125 Fillmore Street.
About the SFPD Northern Station
The Northern Station District is one of the city’s most diverse and densely populated jurisdictions, including many high-occupancy dwellings such as large apartment buildings, senior citizens’ residences, residential hotels, and public housing complexes. It encompasses several distinct neighborhoods, including the Civic Center, Western Addition, Hayes Valley, Japantown, Cathedral Hill, Polk Gulch, Russian Hill, Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow and the Marina. It’s also a favored location for street fairs and cultural celebrations, including the Fillmore Street Jazz Festival, Cherry Blossom Festival, Union Street Fair, Clusterfest Comedy Expo, SF Pride Celebration, Bay to Breakers, Fleet Week and the symphony and opera Openings.
The district boundaries are Larkin Street, Market Street, Divisadero Street to Broadway and west on Broadway to the Presidio. On the north, it is bounded by the San Francisco Bay.
The SFPD Northern station, on the corner of Fillmore and Turk, is a distinctive, low-slung building with turquoise-tiled walls and a light green door. This station is part of the San Francisco Police Department's Metro Division.
Meet your Station Captain - Paul Yep
Northern Station Captain Paul Yep was born at San Francisco’s Chinese Hospital and raised in Chinatown. He attended Lowell High School and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from San Francisco State University. He joined the San Francisco Police Department in 1996, serving first as a patrol officer at Central, Northern, Southern, and Taraval Police Stations. He has also worked in the Community Relations Unit, Domestic Violence Reduction Unit, Vice Crimes Division, and station investigations teams. Before his promotion to captain in 2016, Yep was the director of basic training for the Police Academy.