What We Do

The MPIC Safety Committee is committed to the following goals which will guide its activities to serve the Miraloma Park community:

  • Establish and cultivate relationships with the Ingleside Police Station, its captain and officers
  • Advocate for police services in Miraloma Park
  • Perform safety related advocacy for Miraloma Park with City agencies (e.g., the District Supervisor, the District Attorney’s Office, the City Attorney’s Office, Recreation and Parks Department, San Francisco Metropolitan Transit Authority, the Department of Building Inspection, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, etc.)
  • Promote crime prevention through education
  • We gather and share reports of criminal activity with the neighborhood and, in specific cases of interest, report on new developments in those cases. We look for trends and share this information with the neighborhood and police. We keep track of certain cases that are of special concern/significance to the neighborhood and share new developments on those cases
  • Inform the community of activities and accomplishments of the Committee
  • Work with the city agencies, SFPD, and elected leaders to promote traffic and pedestrian safety

MPIC Safety Committee members are: Debra Estrin, Bryan Forman, Pratibha Tekkey, Hatun Noguera and Robert Gee

Contact information: miralomapark@gmail.com


Safety Articles  (from Miraloma Life newsletter)


Crime Stats


Ingleside Station Newsletter


San Francisco Police Dept and Park Patrol Contacts

Capt. Jack Hart at the Ingleside Station
1 Sgt. John V. Young Lane
San Francisco, CA 94112
(415) 404-4000
email: jack.hart@sfgov.org

Lt. Marcus Santiago
Park Patrol
(415) 242-6391
email: marcus.santiago@sfgov.org


Is there an ongoing safety issue that you want us to be aware of?

Would you like to volunteer to serve on the Safety Committee?

Contact us at miralomapark@gmail.com

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About

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Miraloma Park is a community of 2,200 homes on Mount Davidson in San Francisco.