About the SFPD Park Station
The Park District includes the vast eastern edge of Golden Gate Park and the world-famous neighborhoods of Haight-Ashbury and the Castro. It’s bordered by Geary Boulevard, Steiner, Market, Upper Market, 7th Avenue and the east end of the park.
The SFPD Park Station, reopened after a remodel in 1995, has a Mission-style façade with stucco walls and a tiled roof. It is set back from the street and surrounded by fences but can be reached from Kezar Drive, which runs through Golden Gate Park. This station is part of the San Francisco Police Department's Golden Gate Division.
Meet your Station Captain – Una Bailey
Captain Una Bailey grew up in Dumanway, a town in County Cork in southwestern Ireland. She moved to San Francisco more than 30 years ago and joined the San Francisco Police Department in 2001. She initially served at Ingleside and Central Stations before moving to Mission Station, where she worked on outreach to the homeless. After being promoted to sergeant, Bailey served at Tenderloin Station and then worked on investigations in the Special Victims Unit, in Risk Management and at Ingleside Station. As a lieutenant, she served at Richmond and Taraval Stations and in the Special Victims Unit. She was promoted to captain of that unit in 2016 and became captain of Park Station in October 2017.
“The Park Station district includes the world-famous Haight Street, a nostalgic attraction that draws visitors from around the world. It’s a community that spans age groups ranging from young travelers to longtime residents, all focused on ensuring a safe, vibrant, diverse environment for everyone to enjoy. We have a lot of foot beat interaction with the community and our officers are committed to the well-being and safety of visitors and residents alike.”
- Captain Una Bailey
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