Stop Crime SF is backing a proposed state law by Senator Scott Wiener to close a legal loophole that makes it difficult to prosecute car break-ins. San Francisco is experiencing a car break-in epidemic and this common sense change in the law will give prosecutors the tool they need to put criminals out of business.Read More
District Attorney George Gascon and Stop Crime SF board member Nancy Tung discuss the impact of Prop 47 and San Francisco's property crime problem before a full house in the SHARP community room.Read More
District Attorney George Gascon and police Captain Robert Yick discuss the property crime epidemic in San Francisco with Stop Crime SF vice president Joel Engardio on a public safety panel. Solving this complex problem will require every part of the criminal justice system working hard together. Gascon answered many engaging questions from the Westside audience.Read More
Marsy’s Law contains 17 rights that victims have in the criminal justice system — one of them is the right to be informed of all of these rights. Too often, this never happens. That’s why Stop Crime SF wants all victims to know their rights.Read More
Stop Crime SF supports Proposition H on the June 2018 ballot. This practical Taser policy takes the politics out of neighborhood safety.Read More
Stop Crime SF wrote a letter to Assemblymember Phil Ting, asking him to support legislation that will close loopholes in California crime statutes. Many Stop Crime SF members live on San Francisco's westside, which has seen a marked rise in car break-ins and property crime. Ting represents the western half of San Francisco in the state assembly. We are asking Ting to support some much-needed changes to state law that will modernize the penal code and make it harder for criminals to get away with car break-ins that have become all too common in San Francisco.
Stop Crime SF was instrumental in the passage of two public safety ordinances at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in the fall of 2017. We focused on our city's epidemic of burglarized cars and broken windows — the highest in the nation.Read More
Support our legislation to prevent rental car burglary. Tourist attractions like Twin Peaks and the 16th Avenue Stairs have become crime hot spots where windows of rental cars are regularly smashed — 97% of crime in District 7 on the westside was due to car break-ins, and 67% of those were to rental cars. Our legislation will remove advertising, bar codes and other visible markings that let criminals know a car is a rental.Read More