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Happy 79th birthday, Golden Gate Bridge!
Check out this footage from opening day way back in 1937.
When you're done, go ahead and check out these 17 fun facts about that beautiful bridge of ours: bit.ly/1NSf6nv
In San Francisco, we prioritize public safety and the protection of our residents and visitors. We believe that individuals must be held responsible when they break the law. Over the years, however, jail systems across the United States have incarcerated too many people for too long. Today, we know…
Joe CockrellDoes anyone even go to jail anymore in San Francisco anyway?4 days ago · 6
Antigone ForemanSay what? I don't think reading it is going to make me happy.4 days ago · 1
Rich CibottiI've read some pretty dumb things in my life...but trying to say you will improve public safety by not putting people away is on of the tops.
Also trying to pretend the DAs office does not use these things on violent felons is a joke too.4 days ago · 3
Amy ColeI can't anymore. Too discouraging.4 days ago · 1
David ArchibequeEd Lee needs to step down, he's a horrible mayor. Coming from a law enforcement family I was always taught to stay out of trouble and keep your nose clean, and you'll have nothing to worry about. People who commit crimes period deserve jail time.4 days ago · 13
Mick BoydWow. Again, its the law abiding citizens who will pay the price.....4 days ago · 1
George CooperThis is the best news of the day...for those that are criminals!4 days ago · 1
Mary McManus RyanWhy should cops bother to arrest when people are released!4 days ago · 2
Rj MaranAll the thugs know if you do the crime, you don't do the time, in San Francisco, give it up Ed your not getting re elected, go waste some more money on your useless homeless programs4 days ago · 6
Kevin McMullanIf you are in jail, you damn well deserve to be there. How many good arrests are, "Dismissed in the Interests of Justice", which translates to no court rooms, too expensive to prosecute etc.4 days ago · 2
Henry WongThis is why these guys commute to do crime in SF :D4 days ago · 4
Chris TallericoMore proof that Liberalism is a mental disorder.4 days ago · 5
Ken LeongKeep that crap in SF. Props 36, 47, 57, AB-109 was born in SF and look what it did to the rest of California. The feds will have to pick up the slack by locking up the rest of the trash that SF ignores.
Can't wait for Trump to arrest Mayor Lee and the Board of Supervisors for harboring and aiding illegals.4 days ago · 6
Sonny PipLee is really looking to further his democrat carrer.4 days ago · 2
Karen SchneiderThey need MORE time,not less. That's why crime is getting so bad. Criminals get away with too much with just a little slap on the wrist. It's no big deal if they get caught, they are right back out to do it again4 days ago · 3
Brian DavidThe city smells like a unkept bathroom already . His " get out of jail feee card" is nothing but a feee pass to criminals . I feel bad for the Police who try to enforce the law when you have the city blocking your every step to remain safe . Maybe take away his " privileges" and see how the rest of us little people are " unsafe" in that fine cest pool of a city .4 days ago · 7
Jean CarrollFreaking wonderful!!!! Can't wait for that asswipey alleged mayor to go. Praying we don't get worse one4 days ago · 2
Chris EylerI was in the city for 48 hours this past weekend and never saw a foot patrol and only 2 police cars. This was from Union Sq. to fisherman's wharf from the hours up to 8 PM. Saturday and Sunday until noon Monday.4 days ago · 2
We Are #SFPD: We're proud to present this series of short videos showcasing the people behind the badge. We invite you to learn more about our members- their diverse backgrounds, their job challenges and their hopes for the communities they serve.
In this video, San Francisco Police Department Southern Station Officer Marvin Cabuntala talks about why he welcomes hellos and handshakes while out on patrol, and his mission to change how the public perceives police officers. To explore whether you're ready to join San Francisco's finest, please visit us at sfpdcareers.com.