On September 15, in a press conference located at the shoe store, “Footprint,” on Taraval, Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Gordon Mar announced the launch of a new program called the “Storefront Vandalism Relief Grant Program.” The program plans to offer either $1,000 or $2,000 to small businesses victimized by break-ins or any sort of property damage caused by crime.
What a report reveals about the safety of City College’s campuses.
Equipped with bulletproof vests, handcuffs, a collapsible baton and pepper spray, City College campus police officers Tiffany Green and Erica McGlaston responded quickly to a dispatch call regarding a disruptive student in class.
Three separate theft-related incidents were reported on Feb. 12. Two of the incidents were thefts at the Wellness Center and at the Visual Arts building. The third was an armed robbery inside Science Hall.
By Alex Lamp:
Positive identifications, convictions and savvy librarians might make thieves think twice before stealing on Ocean campus.
The Guardsman office and Math Lab at City College’s Ocean campus were targeted by possible burglary early in the morning of May 1, though their plans were thwarted when two of the newspapers’ editors prevented the break-in and alerted authorities.
At City College unattended valuables like laptops and cameras are a favorite for thieves looking for a quick score.
The San Francisco Police Department is investigating the case of City College student Victor Zheng, 16, who was killed Feb. 7 near Ocean campus at the intersection of Ocean and Capitol avenues.
A purple ocean of Service Employees International Union Local 1021 members and supporters flooded the steps of City Hall on March 25 to protest cuts to public services.