Posts tagged Community Policing
KQED visits TLCBD Safe Passage, get to know some of the Neighborhood Heroes of our program

KQED recently visited TLCBD's Safe Passage, resulting in radio, print, and video stories documenting some of the diverse voices powering this important program. Get to know the people who’ve come to inspire us as Corner Captains, the residents who volunteer to make the Tenderloin a safer place for ALL.

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Tenderloin has retained its character and low-income housing [SF Chronicle Opinion]

One of two Tenderloin opinion pieces solicited in SF Chronicle's January 4th issue. THC Executive Director Randy Shaw shares his view on the neighborhood's ability to retain its character while welcoming an unprecedented amount of economic development in recent years. While lauding the neighborhood's achievements, Shaw points to one thing holding it back from reaching its full potential.

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Neighborhood Hero: Officer Eric Robinson

From the moment TLCBD communications staff discussed regularly nominating heroes, Safe Passage Corner Captains put forth Officer Eric Robinson as a ‘must recognize’. Have a nomination for our neighborhood heroes column? Tell Fernando@tlcbd.org. Acts of beauty and courage are never too small, and at this time nominations of any kind are considered.

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Corner Captains Train With Tenderloin Station Officer Azim

While students were out of school during the Thanksgiving holiday, Safe Passage Corner Captains took time for personal enrichment with a safety training organized by Tenderloin Station officer Yossef Azim.

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Officer Elia is Our Neighborhood Hero this Month, Benefit Planned for 11/29

Officer Elia Lewin-Tankel is our honorary Neighborhood Hero of the Month for November. On Monday, he was transferred Santa Clara Valley Medical Center brain injury unit to continue his recovery. Officers lined an overpass to salute him as he commuted south. A benefit with drinks, silent auction, and music is planned for November 29th and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.

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Welcome Captain Carl Fabbri

The Tenderloin Community Benefit District would like to welcome new Tenderloin Station Captain Carl Fabbri. Captain Fabbri has been spotted numerous times this week making rounds meeting community members. The station will not hold its regular monthly Captain’s meeting in October, but will resume at its regularly scheduled last Tuesday of the month in November.

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Sept 7th Tenderloin Talk Live, Talk Back

During the September 7th event held at the Hamilton on O’Farrell Street, we actively engaged the community in Quality of Life issues affecting the neighborhood. Five staff members facilitated working groups comprised of approximately ten audience members each. Here's a report back on some of the ideas, themes, and action steps that emerged.

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