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Lt. C. Krol came across this poster that put a smile on his face while he and other SFSO staff members helped out in Sonoma County during the destructive 2020 California wildfires.

 

Sheriff Miyamoto, right, attended the reopening of Wentworth Alley for the Mid-Autumn Festival in San Francisco's Chinatown to support the community during the global pandemic. The City's public safety partners participated and showed strong support for the community.

 

 

 

San Francisco Sheriff Paul Miyamoto shares why traffic safety and enforcement and officer safety is important to him.
September 15 marks the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month. Hear from our very own Sheriff's staff and learn how they honor their culture.
Set to a funky beat, Sheriff's Office staff shows everyone how to "flatten the curve" against COVID-19.
The Sheriff's Office welcomes 20 young men and women who participated in the Summer Youth Eco-Jobs paid program this summer where they learned valuable jobs skills. The program is run by the SF Conservation Corps, Public Utilities Commission and SFSO.
Sheriff Miyamoto welcomes newly appointed Lieutenants and Sergeants. The four Lieutenants and 15 Sergeants take on greater roles of leadership and responsibility at the Sheriff's Office.
Sheriff Paul Miyamoto recognizes National Peace Officers Week, which honors law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty. The public candlelight vigil commemoration changed to a virtual one this year because of COVID-19. It was held May 13.
Sheriff Paul Miyamoto thanks the SF Fire Department for the incredible job SFFD did in controlling and putting out a five-alarm blaze July 28 on Erie and Folsom Streets. Firefighters managed to save an SFSO building.
Sheriff Paul Miyamoto expresses his appreciation for the nurses who serve in SFSO facilities, across the county, and around the world. In this time of COVID-19, these healthcare professionals risk their lives to keep us safe and healthy.