SFPD Richmond Station
461 - 6th Ave
San Francisco, CA 94118
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SFPD Richmond Station community meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 1:00 PM on Zoom in the interest of public safety due to COVID-19. Check the SFPD calendar for details on Station community meetings and San Francisco events.
TTY (hearing-impaired) 1-415-666-8059
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Anonymous Tip Line 1-415-668-7387
Permit Officer 1-415-666-8023
Emergency Phone 9-1-1
Non-Emergency Phone 1-415-553-0123
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About the SFPD Richmond Station
The Richmond Police District encompasses the northwest corner of the city. Although it’s mostly residential, it also includes the long commercial, shopping and restaurant corridors of Geary Boulevard and Clement Street, in addition to most of Golden Gate Park, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and the campus of the University of San Francisco.
The SFPD Richmond station, built in 1927 is a single-story, red- brick building with arched doors, in the Romanesque Revival style. Remodeled and upgraded for earthquake safety in 1996, it includes a community room and a lunch and exercise room for officers. This station is part of the San Francisco Police Department's Golden Gate Division.
Meet your Station Captain - Chris Canning
Captain Chris Canning was born in San Francisco, raised in the North Bay Area, and is a second-generation San Francisco Police Officer. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Brigham Young University and, prior to joining the San Francisco Police Department, was a police officer in the Salt Lake City Police Department for three years. After graduating from the San Francisco Police Academy in 2007, Captain Canning worked as a Patrol Officer serving the Tenderloin, Mission, and Southern Police Districts. In his role as a Sergeant, he worked in the Mission Police District, the Criminal Investigations Unit, and the Homicide Detail. In 2017 he was promoted to Lieutenant and returned to the Mission Police District before being transferred to the Crime Strategies Division. In 2021 he was promoted to Captain and became the Commanding Officer of Tenderloin Police Station until October 2022 where he became Commanding Officer of Richmond Station.