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Crime Alerts
- 01/28/2012
- 11/17/2011

- 11/15/2011
- 10/04/2011
- 06/30/2011
- 04/22/2010

- 02/25/2010
- 11/12/2009
- 09/16/2009

- 04/29/2009
- 03/17/2009
- 03/05/2009

- 02/12/2009
- 02/07/2009
- 12/10/2008

- 12/08/2008
- 05/19/2008
- 06/18/2007
- 05/04/2007
- 11/30/2006
- 08/24/2006
- 08/16/2006
- 11/22/2005
- 06/15/2005
- 02/04/2005
- 01/20/2005
- 09/07/2004

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Crime Prevention

Crime Log


 

Every semester Campus Police receives dozens of reports regarding the theft of unattended property.  Please do not leave backpacks, books or other personal property unattended.  Not even for a minute!

Auto break-ins are a constant problem at City College.  Never leave valuables in your vehicle.  If you absolutely need to leave valuables in your vehicle, lock them in your glove box or trunk. For more information on crime prevention tips click here.

 
 


Crime Alert issued 01-28-2012

Crime:           Robbery With Force

Date:             January 28, 2012  

Location:       863 Ocean Avenue (under pedestrian bridge)

Summary:
On Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at 5:45 p.m., A robbery with force occurred on Ocean Avenue.  A student was walking on the 800 block of Ocean Avenue when she was approached by two suspects.  The suspects demanded the student's backpack.  After getting the backpack, one suspect held the student while the other went through her pockets and took her money.  The suspect holding the student threw her to the ground.  Both suspects were last seen eastbound on Ocean Avenue.

Suspect Description:

Suspect #1 is described as a Hispanic male in his 20’s.  The suspect is about 5’6” in height, skinny build.  The suspect was wearing a black and red S.F. Giants jacket.

Suspect #2 is described as a Black male in his 20’s.  The suspect is about 6’ in height.

If you have any information about this crime or wish to report any suspicious activity, please contact:

San Francisco Community College Police Department
50 Phelan Ave.   Cloud Hall, Room 119
San Francisco, CA.  94112
(415) 239-3200 / 5:30AM – 12:30AM
e-mail: police@ccsf.edu


 

 


Crime Alert issued 11-17-2011

Crime:           Robbery With Firearm

Date:             November  17, 2011  

Location:       Phelan Loop (alley behind fire station)

Summary:
On Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 8:16 p.m., A robbery with firearm occurred on the Phelan Loop.  A student was walking towards campus when she was approached by a suspect holding a black handgun.  The suspect demanded the student's iPhone.  The student refused to hand over her iPhone so the suspect forcefully removed the iPhone from the student's hand.  The suspect ran toward Ocean Avenue and Harold Street.

Suspect Description:
The Suspect is described as a black male in his 20's, 6'5" tall, about 180 lbs with black hair.  The suspect was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt and black pants carrying a black handgun.  

If you have any information about this crime or wish to report any suspicious activity, please contact:

San Francisco Community College Police Department
50 Phelan Ave.   Cloud Hall, Room 119
San Francisco, CA.  94112
(415) 239-3200 / 5:30AM – 12:30AM
e-mail: police@ccsf.edu



 
 


Crime Alert issued 11-15-2011

Crime:           Robbery With Knife

Date:             November  15, 2011  

Location:       50 Phelan Avenue (unit block)

Summary:
On Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at 10:15 a.m. a robbery occurred on the unit block of Phelan Avenue.  A student was walking on Phelan Avenue when a suspect grabbed him by the neck, pointed a knife at his throat and demanded the student's iPhone.  The student gave the suspect his iPhone and the suspect fled Northbound on Phelan Avenue.   

Suspect Description:
Suspect is described as a Black Male in his 20's, 5'7" tall, 180 lbs with black hair.  The suspect was last seen wearing a black zip up jacket, blue jeans, black tennis shoes and carrying a 5" silver knife with a black steel handle. 

If you have any information about this crime or wish to report any suspicious activity, please contact:

San Francisco Community College Police Department
50 Phelan Ave.   Cloud Hall, Room 119
San Francisco, CA.  94112
(415) 239-3200 / 5:30AM – 12:30AM
e-mail: police@ccsf.edu



 
 


Crime Alert issued 10-04-2011

Crime:           Robbery With Firearm

Date:             October  04, 2011  

Location:       200 Block of Gennessee (Near Ocean Campus)

Summary:
 

Suspect Description:
Suspect #1 is described as a Black Male between 20 and 27 years old.   He is about 6’ in height.  The suspect was last seen wearing a heavy black puffy coat, and blue jeans.  Suspect was armed with a black metal, semi-automatic, pistol. 

Suspect #2 is described as a Black Male, about 6’ in height.  He was last seen wearing a heavy black puffy coat, and blue jeans.

If you have any information about this crime or wish to report any suspicious activity, please contact:

San Francisco Community College Police Department
50 Phelan Ave.   Cloud Hall, Room 119
San Francisco, CA.  94112
(415) 239-3200 / 5:30AM – 12:30AM
e-mail: police@ccsf.edu


 

 


Crime Alert issued 06-30-2011

Crime:           Robbery W/Force

Date:             June  28, 2011  

Location:       Corner of Geneva Avenue and Howth Street (Near Ocean Campus)

Summary:
On Tuesday, June 28, 2011 at 06:20 p.m., a robbery occurred at the corner of Geneva Avenue and Howth Street.  The suspect cut the victim off as she was walking and grabbed her cellular phone.  After a brief tug-o-war, the suspect managed to pull the phone away from the victim.  The suspect ran to a waiting silver vehicle (unknown make) which fled Southbound on Howth Street.

Suspect Description:
The suspect is described as a Black Male in his 20’s, 5’6” tall, Black hair and Brown eyes (the whites of his eyes were yellowish); He had a light mustache and bushy eyebrows.  The suspect was wearing a Black hooded sweatshirt, and Blue jeans.

If you have any information about this crime or wish to report any suspicious activity, please contact:

San Francisco Community College Police Department
50 Phelan Ave.   Cloud Hall, Room 119
San Francisco, CA.  94112
(415) 239-3200 / 5:30AM – 12:30AM
e-mail: police@ccsf.edu


 


Crime Alert issued 0
4-22-2010

Crime:            Robbery W/Force

Date:             April 22, 2010  

Location:       Phelps Street and McKinnon Avenue (Southeast Campus)

Summary:
On Wednesday, April 21, 2010 at 11:30 a.m., a robbery occurred at the bus
stop located at the corner of Phelps St. and McKinnon Ave. as the victim
was waiting for the #23 Muni Bus.  Victim said that she was holding her iPhone in her right hand, listening to music when a suspect came from behind and grabbed her iPhone out of her hand.  The victim stated that she grabbed the suspect’s jacket pushing him against a concrete wall, but the
Suspect pulled away from the victim and was last seen heading eastbound on McKinnon Avenue.  The victim said that she sustained minor scratches to both hands during her struggle with the suspect.

Suspect Description:
Black Male approximately 40 years old, short hair, dark skin, wearing matching blue denim jacket and pants with white running shoes. The victim said that the suspect smelled of alcohol.

If you have any information about this crime or wish to report any suspicious activity, please contact:

San Francisco Community College Police Department
50 Phelan Ave.   Cloud Hall, Room 119
San Francisco, CA.  94112
(415) 239-3200 / 5:30AM – 12:30AM
e-mail: police@ccsf.edu

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Crime Alert issued 02-25-2010
 

Crime:            Robbery W/Force

Date:             February 25, 2010  

Location:        Pathway next to 11 Phelan Avenue

Summary:
On Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 9:30 a.m. a robbery occurred along the pathway next to the 11 Phelan Avenue Book Store.  A City College Student was grabbed from behind by the neck and held in that position by one suspect while a second suspect approached him from the front.  The second suspect went through the victim’s pockets and removed a MP4 video/music player and a Samsung cellular phone.  The robbery was interrupted by an unknown male who yelled at the suspects.  Suspects were last seen running Southbound on Phelan towards Ocean Ave.

Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact the San Francisco Police Department’s Robbery Unit at (415) 553-1201 or the San Francisco Community College Police at (415) 239-3200 and refer to case # 100186398.

If you observe suspicious or dangerous behavior, do not hesitate to call 911 or (415) 239-3200.

Safety Escort services are available to campus parking lots and BART by calling the San Francisco Community College Police Department at (415)239-3200 or by dialing #1 at any college pay phone.

 

Suspect #1

Suspect #2

Age:

20's   

20's

Gender:           

Male   

Male

Height:

NA

NA

Weight:           

NA

NA

Hair:

NA

Black

Eyes:

NA

NA

Race:  

African American

African American

Scars, marks, tattoos:

None

None

Additional:      

Wearing black jacket with red trim

Wearing brown jacket

REMEMBER:  BE ALERT, BE SAFE.  Females are often targeted.  Walk in pairs or groups, especially after dark.  Avoid going through dark or unlit areas.  Be aware of your surroundings. Conceal your valuables.  Pre-program your cell phone for 911 and Campus Police.


For a printable flyer CLICK HERE
 


Crime Alert issued 11-12-2009
 

Crime:            Robbery W/Knife

Date:              September 16, 2009 

Location:         Outside the Student Union Building 

Summary:
A City College of San Francisco student left the Ocean Campus at 6:00 pm and walked Eastbound Ocean on the south side of the street.  She turned into the pedestrian path toward the Eastside lower level entrance of the Balboa Bart Station where she was approached by two Hispanic males who said “Give us the money!”

One of the suspects grabbed her by the wrist which was holding her cell phone.  He struggled to take her purse which was draped over her shoulder.  The student resisted.  The suspect let go of her wrist and pulled a knife with approximately a five inch blade from his pocket and said again, “Give us the money!”  They took her cell phone and a ring from her hand.  The suspects fled on foot north bound on the pedestrian path towards Ocean Ave.  The student was not injured.

Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact the San Francisco Police Department’s Robbery Unit at (415)553-1201 or the San Francisco Community College Police at (415)239-3200 and refer to case # 091167510.

If you observe suspicious or dangerous behavior, do not hesitate to call 911 or (415) 239-3200.

Safety Escort services are available to campus parking lots and BART by calling the San Francisco Community College Police Department at (415)239-3200 or by dialing #1 at any college pay phone.

 

Suspect #1

Suspect #2

Age:

16-18yrs old   

16-18yrs old

Gender:           

Male   

Male

Height:

5’5”

5’8”

Weight:           

140

150

Hair:

Lt.Brown (pulled into ponytail)

Black

Eyes:

Grey   

Unknown

Race:  

Hispanic

Hispanic

Scars, marks, tattoos:

None

None

Additional:      

Wearing grey sweatshirt, black pants/shoes

Wearing zipper sweatshirt with hood up, black pants

REMEMBER:  BE ALERT, BE SAFE.  Females are often targeted.  Walk in pairs or groups, especially after dark.  Avoid going through dark or unlit areas.  Be aware of your surroundings. Conceal your valuables.  Pre-program your cell phone for 911 and Campus Police.


For a printable flyer CLICK HERE
 
 


Crime Alert issued 09-16-2009
 

Crime:            Assault, Aggravated, W/Knife

Date:              September 16, 2009 

Location:         Outside the Student Union Building 

Suspect:
Hispanic male adult, 6’, 180 lbs, with short curly black hair, brown eyes, scar on side of face, tattoos on right arm, tattoo on right forearm of a cross with a snake and skeleton, earring in right ear, wearing 3 to 4 gold chains around neck and baggy clothes. 

Summary:
On Wednesday, September 16, 2009 around 3:20pm a student who, was helping with the Unity Day events by selling meal tickets was approached by the suspect who was  demanding a meal but was unwilling to pay for the ticket.  A scuffle took place at which time the suspect produced a small pocket knife.  The student suffered minor injuries.  The suspect fled the scene.

If you have any information regarding the above incident, please contact the San Francisco Community College Police Department.  We can be contacted at 415/239-3200, or e-mail at police@ccsf.edu, or come to Cloud Hall, room 119.  Persons with information can remain anonymous. 

Members of the San Francisco Community College District are urged to immediately report any suspicious activity on campus to the SFCCPD at (415)239-3200.  If you are a victim of a crime, get to a safe location and immediately call 911.

ALERT BULLETIN 09-01

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Crime Alert issued 04-29-2009
 

On April 29, 2009 at about 1200 hours there was a robbery reported on Geneva Avenue and Howth Street near City College of San Francisco.

A student was riding the Muni bus #9 going westbound on Geneva Avenue when she noticed three suspects talking to each other and looking at her.  One of the suspects approached the student and forcefully grabbed her wallet from her.  The suspect exited the bus and fled on foot.  The student pursued the suspect but lost him on campus.  No weapons were seen.

Police recovered the wallet by Smith Hall while looking for the suspect.

Suspect descriptions:

Suspect #1, black male, 18 to 22 years old, about 5' 8", 175 lbs, buck teeth, skinny build, wearing a dark hoody and dark baggy jeans.

Suspect #2, black male, 18 to 20 years old, wearing all dark clothing.

Suspect #3, black male, 20 years old, wearing all dark clothing.

If you observe suspicious or dangerous behavior, do not hesitate to call 911 or (415) 239-3200
 

Escort services are available by calling the San Francisco Community College District Police Department at (415) 239-3200 or by dialing #1 at any college pay phone.

 


For a printable flyer CLICK HERE

 

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Crime Alert issued 03-17-2009

On March 16, 2009 there were two robberies reported near the corner of Judson Avenue and Foerster Street.

The first robbery occurred around 9:15 PM on Judson Avenue.  The victim was approached by three suspects.  One suspect brandished a handgun and demanded the victim's backpack, wallet and IPod. The suspect with the gun is described as a latin male, 18-20 years old, 5'-5", 190 lbs, wearing a long sleeve black shirt and blue jeans.  The other two suspects were described as black males, 6'-0", 160 lbs wearing black hoodies and jeans.The second robbery occurred around 9:20 PM on Foerster Street.  Two victims were approached by three suspects.  One of the suspects pointed a handgun at the victims.  One of the victims was punched in the face.  The three suspects were described as black males, 18-20 years old, wearing black hoodies and black pants.

If you observe suspicious or dangerous behavior, do not hesitate to call 911 or (415) 239-3200. Escort services are available by calling the San Francisco Community College District Police Department at (415) 239-3200 or by dialing #1 at any college pay phone.

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Crime Alert issued 03-05-2009

On March 2, 2009 the San Francisco Police Department notified the San Francisco Community College District Police that they recently received a report of a rape that occurred on the Ocean Campus.  The victim told police that on Monday, January 12, 2009 around 08:30 PM, she was walking on a path on the north side of Ram’s Stadium.  The victim said she was approached by a suspect wearing ski mask who later sexually assaulted her.    

The suspect is described as a black male, 20 to 30 years old, 6’-4” inches tall, 220 lbs.  The suspect was wearing black jeans, a black hoody and a black ski mask that doubled as a beanie.   

If you observe suspicious or dangerous behavior, do not hesitate to call 911 or (415) 239-3200
 

Escort services are available by calling the San Francisco Community College District Police Department at (415) 239-3200 or by dialing #1 at any college pay phone.

For a printable flyer CLICK HERE

 

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Crime Alert issued 02-12-2009

A second student has been robbed at gunpoint on campus.  The incident occurred in Parking Lot H on Tuesday February, 10th at 4:34 PM.

A student said he was approached by a suspect carrying a small handgun.  The student said the suspect pointed the handgun at him and demanded his cellular phone.  The student said he gave the suspect his phone and made an unsuccessful attempt to grab the gun, injuring his hand in the process. 

The suspect was described as a black male in his early 20’s, over 6’ tall.  


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Crime Alert issued 02-07-2009

A student was robbed at gunpoint in front of the Environmental/Horticulture Building on Friday February, 6th around 9:20 PM. 

The victim parked on Judson Avenue and was walking towards the Diego Rivera Theater when the victim was approached by three suspects.  One of the suspects was carrying a handgun.  The suspect with the gun demanded the victim's money and placed the gun against the victim's face.  The victim gave the suspects money and the suspects fled on Judson Avenue towards Gennessee Street.

The suspect with the gun is described as a black male in his mid to late teens, 5'5", 150 lbs, black hair, black eyes, slender build, clean shaven and wearing a black hoody with white lettering.

The second suspect is described as a black male in his mid to late teens, 5'5", 150 lbs, black hair, brown eyes, slender build, clean shaven and wearing a black hoody with white lettering.

The third suspect is described as a black male in his mid to late teens, 5'5", 150 lbs, black hair, brown eyes, slender build, clean shaven and wearing a black hoody. 


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Crime Alert issued 12-10-2008

There have been two sexual battery incidents on the pedestrian bridge that runs between Parking Lot H and Geneva Avenue over Ocean Avenue.  One incident occurred on November 26, 2008 at 6:45 pm.  A woman from the neighborhood was attacked while walking across the pedestrian bridge.  The second incident occurred on December 2, 2008 at 6:35 pm.  A student was attacked while walking across the pedestrian bridge.  The suspect description in both incidents is very similar.  The suspect has been seen in both a white jacket and an orange jacket.  One victim said the suspect wore a thick gold necklace.  Anyone with information regarding these two incidents should contact the San Francisco Police Department’s Sex Crime Unit, Inspector Nakanishi at (415) 553-1361 or the San Francisco Community College Police at (415) 239-3200 and refer to case# 081288449

If you observe suspicious or dangerous behavior, do not hesitate to call 911 or (415) 239-3200

Escort services are available by calling the San Francisco Community College District Police Department at (415) 239-3200 or by dialing #1 at any college pay phone.

For a printable flyer CLICK HERE.

 

 

 

Age:

25-30 years

Gender:

Male

Height:

5’-10”

Weight:

170 lbs

Hair:

Black, short spiky

Complexion:

Dark

Race:

Hispanic

Scars, marks, tattoos:

None

Additional:

No facial hair

 

 

 

 

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Crime Alert issued 12-08-2008

This crime alert is to notify and give safety tips to faculty, staff and students regarding assaults.  Within the past 3 weeks there have been incidents of crimes against women on the Ocean Campus and the immediate area.

Reducing Your Risk of Becoming a Victim

  • Be aware of your surroundings.  Being cautious and alert can only be to your benefit.  If you see any suspicious activity or person(s) call the Campus Police at once.
     

  • If possible, don’t walk alone during night or early morning hours.  Walk in groups whenever you can, there is always safety in numbers.  Stay in well-lit areas as much as possible.
     

  • Stay away from isolated areas, day or night.  Always walk briskly; look alert and confident, avoid carrying objects requiring use of both arms.   Don’t stop to talk to strangers.  Avoid shrubbery or doorways that might hide an attacker. 
     

  • If you are being followed, get away fast, change directions, and walk or run to a crowded area.   If you are walking alone, try to have a whistle with you, blow the whistle to attract attention for help.
     

  • Dress comfortably.  Wear clothing and shoes that give you freedom of movement.  If you are wearing headphones don’t turn up the volume so high that you cannot hear outside noises.
     

  • Trust your instincts.  If something or someone makes you uneasy avoid the person or leave.  Know the neighborhoods where you live and work.  Check out the locations of police and fire stations, public telephones, hospitals, and restaurants, or stores that are open late.
               

  • Escort services are available 24 hours/7 days a week by contacting the Campus Police Department.   You can reach them automatically from any emergency call box, courtesy telephone, elevator telephone, pressing the “CCSF Police” button on any campus office telephone, or dial #1 on any campus pay phone.    

            Campus Police can be contacted at 415-239-3200 or     911.  (24 hrs./7 days a week)

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Crime Alert issued 05-19-2008

On Friday, May 16, 2008 at approximately 4:45PM a female student was the victim of a sexual battery at City College of San Francisco.

Suspect Description and Sketch:

Age: 25-35 Years
Gender: Male
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 200 to 230 pounds
Hair: Black
Complexion: Dark
Race: Latin
Scars, marks, Tattoos: Scar under chin

Sexual Battery Suspect Picture

Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact the San Francisco Police Department Sex Crimes Detail at (415) 553-1361 or the San Francisco Community College Police Department at (415) 239-3200. (Case#: 080514275)

For a printable flyer CLICK HERE.

If you observe suspicious or dangerous behavior do not hesitate to call 9-1-1 or (415) 239-3200.

Escort services are available by calling the San Francisco Community College Police Department at (415) 239-3200 or by dialing #1 from any college pay phone.

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Crime Alert issued 06-18-2007

On Monday, June 18, 2007, at 9:15PM, a female student waiting for a bus at the bus stop adjacent to the Cloud Circle entry on Phelan Ave. was accosted by a person who attempted to kidnap her.
 
The assailant asked the victim out for coffee, and got continually more aggressive as she refused.  He       finally attempted to grab her and pull her into a 4 door, dark blue, Volkswagen Jetta.  The bus had just arrived at the stop, and the victim was able to break away and jump onto the bus. 
 
The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, approximately 5'10" and 160 pounds, with curly black hair and a receding hairline and a thick        mustache.  He wore a short-sleeved shirt. The suspect spoke both English and  Spanish, had a heavy accent, and gave his first name as "Alejandro."
 
Anyone with information regarding this assault should contact the San Francisco Police Department Sex Crimes Unit at 415-553-1361 or Campus Police at 415-239-3200.
 
Persons walking to a from a campus should walk with a companion whenever possible, and always be aware of their surroundings.
 
Escort services are available from the campus police department at 239-3200.

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Crime Alert issued 05-04-2007

On Wednesday May 2, 2007, at approximately 2:00PM, a student using the Havelock St. pedestrian overpass reported being robbed by a person who approached him and demanded his wallet and cell phone. The suspect grabbed the victim and pushed him up against the fence. He then took his wallet and fled.

The suspect is described as being a Hispanic male, 5’10” in height, approximately 30 years old, medium build, wearing a black beanie, black sweater, and blue jeans. No weapon was reported.

Anyone with information regarding this robbery should contact the San Francisco Police Department Robbery Detail at 415-553-1201 (case #070448424).

Persons walking to and from campus should walk with a companion whenever possible, and always be aware of their surroundings. If you observe suspicious/dangerous behavior, call 911 or 239-3200.

Escort services are available from the campus police department at 239-3200.

S.F. COMMUNITY COLLEGE POLICE DEPARTMENT

415-239-3200

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Crime Alert issued 11-30-2006

On Thursday, November 30th, 2006, at 9:45PM, a female student leaving the Ocean Campus at City College reported being assaulted at the base of the Havelock St. pedestrian bridge across the freeway from the campus.

The  assailant was in possession of a “box cutter” type of weapon, and physically grabbed and threatened the student.  The suspect fled when other persons approached.

The suspect is described as being a Hispanic male, 5’8”-5’9” in height, approximately 175lbs., wearing dark clothes and a 3/4 length dark color jacket and dark shirt.  He was in possession of a silver-colored box cutter.

Anyone with information regarding this assault should contact the San Francisco Police Department Sex Crimes Unit at 415-553-1361. 

Persons walking to a from a campus should walk with a companion whenever possible, and always be aware of their surroundings.

Escort services are available from the campus police department at 239-3200.

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Crime Alert issued 08-24-2006

On Thursday, August 24th, 2006, a report was filed with the San Francisco Police Department regarding a sexual assault that occurred in the area of  the tennis courts located at Havelock & East Rd., adjacent to the CCSF Ocean Campus.  The assault occurred at approximately 7AM.  The female victim reported being approached by the suspect from behind and being forced into the bushes prior to the assault occurring. 

The suspect is described as being a white male,  in his 20’s, 5’10”, w/black hair.

Anyone with information regarding this crime should contact the San Francisco Police Department Sex Crimes Unit at 553-1361. 

Persons walking in this area should be alert at all times to any suspicious activity, and walk with a partner if possible.  Any criminal/suspicious activity should be reported to: 
San Francisco Police Dept. @ 911
San Francisco Community College Police
Department @ 239-3200 

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Crime Alert issued 08-16-2006

On Wednesday, August 16th, 2006, at 8AM, a student coming to the Ocean Campus was robbed by force at Geneva Ave. at Howth, approximately two blocks from campus. The suspects were described as follows:

Suspect #1: Black male, 5’4” tall, 200#, approximately 18-21 years of age, wearing white coat, black jeans, black shoes, w/bald, shaved head.

Suspect #2: Black male, 5’5” tall, 160# , approximately 18-21 years of age, wearing white coat, black jeans, black shoes, w/short, cropped hair.

The victim was grabbed by his backpack, swung around, and had his wallet grabbed from his pocket. No weapon was observed.

Anyone witnessing or having information regarding this crime should contact the SFCCPD at 239-3200 or the SFPD at 553-0123.

Students are reminded that campus escort service is available by calling 239-3200, #1 on any campus pay-phone, or by using the yellow emergency telephones located in the reservoir parking areas or other campus locations.

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Crime Alert issued 11-22-2005

If you see this suspect call the campus police at (415) 239-3200 or Inspector Frank Lee of SFPD at (415) 553-1361

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CONTACT THE SUSPECT ON YOUR OWN!

Suspect's picture

Suspect: White Male, 5'5" - 5'10", medium to muscular build, short sandy blonde hair, bronze complexion.
Last seen wearing blue shirt (with white shirt underneath) and dark jeans.

Narrative: The suspect exposed his penis and was seen masturbating in the San Francisco Community College library on 08/29/05 at approximately 14:15 hours (2:15PM)

Contact: San Francisco Community College Police (415) 239-3200 or Inspector Frank Lee at the sexual assault detail (415) 533-1361

Case#: 050 971 821

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Crime Alert issued 06-15-2005

On Monday, June 13, 2005, at 1:45PM, a female student reported being accosted while waiting for a bus on Ocean Ave. at Geneva, across the street from the fire station (off-campus, adjacent to the 76 station).  The student reportedly was  groped by  one of the suspects, who then attempted to force her into a vehicle.  A police vehicle drove by at this point, and the student escaped.

The vehicle involved was reported to be a black or dark 4-door Chevrolet sedan.  Limited information on the three suspects include:

Suspect #1: African/American male, 5’11’’ ,130lbs. black hair, blue eyes, approx. 17 years old        

Suspect #2: African/American male, 6’2” , black hair, brown eyes

Suspect #3: African/American male, 5’11”,  black hair, brown eyes.

Anyone witnessing or having information regarding this incident should contact the SFPD at 553-0123.

Students are reminded that campus escort service is available by calling 239-3200, #1 on any campus pay-phone, or by using the yellow courtesy telephones located in the reservoir parking areas or other campus locations.

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Crime Alert issued 02-04-2005

On Thursday, February 3, 2005, at 10:30AM, a woman at Ocean Campus reported being adbucted and sexually assaulted. She was abducted at gun point while walking towards then Phelan/MUNI transit loop on Ocean Ave. The victim described the suspects' vehicle as a burgundy SUV. The occupants were 4 males:

Suspect Descriptions:

  1. 28-29 year old, dark complexion, white t-shirt/blue jeans "MFG" written on pant leg
  2. 20's, 6'4", African/American, skinny, bald, white t-shirt, jeans "MFG" written on pant leg
  3. 20's, 5'10" 190 lbs., African/American, hooded sweatshirt, black jeans "MFG" written on pant leg
  4. 5'9, 160 lbs., light complexion, hair in cornrows, white tank top, blue jeans "MFG" written on pant leg.

A FIREARM WAS USED IN THE COMMISSION OF THIS CRIME. IF YOU SEE OR YOU ARE APPROACHED BY THESE SUSPECTS, CALL 911.

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Crime Alert issued 01-20-2005

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Crime Alert issued 09-07-2004

There has been a rash of counterfeit $20.00 bills being passed around to campus vendors. Students, employees beware of the following so you do not become a victim:

  • Most of the bills involved are the "New Style" (Series 2004) $20 Bills
  • They look very realistic, but the paper has a "waxy" feel
  • The thin black vertical watermark the reads "USA Twenty USA Twenty" present on a genuine $20, but it's not present on the counterfeit
  • Look at the money you receive. Compare a suspect bill of the same type and denomination with a real one. Look at the paper and quality of printing. Look for differences, not similarities

The genuine portrait appears lifelike and stands out distinctly from the background. The counterfeit portrait is usually lifeless and flat. Details merge into the background which is often too dark or mottled. On a genuine bill, the saw-tooth points of the Federal Reserve and Treasury seals are clear, distinct, and sharp. The counterfeit seals may have uneven, blunt, or broken saw-tooth points.

The fine lines in the border of a genuine bill are clear and unbroken. On the counterfeit, the lines in the outer margin and scrollwork may be blurred and indistinct.

Genuine serial numbers have a distinctive style and are evenly spaced. The serial numbers are printed in the same ink color as the Treasury Seal. On a counterfeit, the serial numbers may differ in color or shade of ink from the Treasury seal. The numbers may not be uniformly spaced or aligned.

Genuine currency paper has tiny red and blue fibers embedded throughout. Often counterfeiters try to simulate these fibers by printing tiny red and blue lines on their paper. Close inspection reveals, however, that on the counterfeit note the lines are printed on the surface, not embedded in the paper. It is illegal to reproduce the distinctive paper used in the manufacturing of United States currency.

IF YOU RECEIVE ANY OF THESE BILLS OR ARE SUSPICIOUS OF ANY BILL RECEIVED, PLEASE CALL THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE POLICE AT (415) 239-3200

Related Websites:
United States Treasury: Currency and Coins
United States secret service: counterfeit divisoin

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