SFPD Tenderloin Station
About the SFPD Tenderloin Station
The Tenderloin District Station, located at 301 Eddy Street, covers a downtown area of about 50 square blocks, bordered by Geary Street to the north, Mission Street to the south, Polk Street to the west and 3rd Street to the east. Officers who serve at Tenderloin Station protect a diverse community of local businesses including a growing population of technology firms such as Twitter, Dolby and Zen Desk. The District also include the Westfield San Francisco Centre, Hallidie Plaza, Civic Center Commons, United Nations Plaza and the Theater District as well as the city’s main public library and the Asian Art Museum. This vibrant neighborhood, which is one of the most ethnically, religiously and socio-economically diverse communities in California, is home to thousands of residents and numerous service providers and also includes several thousand children who attend nearby schools.
The Tenderloin faces many challenges, given that it has the highest concentration of parolees in the city and that drug-dealing and use are a significant blight on the neighborhood. The officers at Tenderloin Station are committed to helping keep the community safe and healthy. District officers have established and fostered strong relationships with community leaders, residents, businesses and government agencies and are aggressively targeting drug dealers in their efforts to reclaim the Tenderloin for the people who live and work there.
The Tenderloin Task Force, including the city’s first bicycle patrol -- was created in 1991 to combat the high local crime rates. Originally it was housed in the basement of the historic Hibernia Bank Building. In October 2000, the new headquarters, now known as Tenderloin Station, opened at 301 Eddy Street.
This station is part of the San Francisco Police Department's Metro Division.
Meet your Station Captain – Carl Fabbri
Captain Carl Fabbri was born in Massachusetts and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University. He joined the San Francisco Police Department in 1995. As an officer he worked primarily in plainclothes assignments at Park and Northern stations and with the Narcotics Division. After his promotion to sergeant, he worked at Bayview Station, in the Special Investigations Division and at Northern Station. As a lieutenant he served as officer in charge of the Department’s Violence Reduction teams, at Tenderloin Station, in the Crime Analysis Unit, in the Chief of Staff’s office and as the liaison to the San Francisco Unified School District. He was promoted to captain of the Tenderloin Station in October 2017.
Captain Fabbri is committed to the success and safety of the Tenderloin District. By working closely with the community to identify its greatest needs for department resources, Captain Fabbri and his officers are able to aggressively combat drug dealing and the associated violent crime that has historically blighted the district. For many Tenderloin residents, this has restored optimism that the district will overcome its challenges and become a safer, thriving community.
“The Tenderloin district is a unique, historic treasure in the heart of San Francisco. It’s a melting pot of cultures and beliefs and is an accepting place for all residents and visitors. Tenderloin youth are part of the fabric of our community and play a significant role in the future of this district. As guardians of this community, our officers prioritize positive engagement with our young people and all neighborhood residents.”
- Captain Carl Fabbri
Tenderloin Station Officers Make Multiple Arrests, Seize Nearly 1,000 Bindles of Narcotics in Five Day Operation 19-079
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