The Taraval Station jurisdiction ranges from west of Twin Peaks to the Pacific Ocean, south to the county line, and then north to Lincoln Way. Their community includes the Inner-Outer Sunset, Parkside, Golden Gate Heights, Balboa Terrace, Ingleside Terrace, Monterey Heights, St. Francis Wood, Ingleside, Oceanview, West Portal, Lakeshore Acres, Country Club, Merced Manor, Park Merced, Edgehill, Laguna Honda, Lakeside, Merced Extension, Mount Davidson Manor and the Sunset Heights neighborhoods.
The Taraval Station received a major overhaul in 1996. Everything changed and was expanded upon except for its Romanesque-style brick exterior. The station also offers a special "Ambassador Program" that enables officers to connect with crime victims so they can make sure these people are taken care of and receiving necessary services.
The SFPD contracts with the San Francisco County Sheriff for jail services. Individuals arrested by the Taraval Station will have a brief intake process at the station, then will be moved to one of the San Francisco County Jails. Arrestees are transported from Taraval Station to a San Francisco jail approximately every two to four hours. Bail can be posted 24 hours a day with the County jail.
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TARAVAL POLICE STATION
Taraval Police Station
2345 24th Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94116
The SFPD Taraval Police District, which is part of the San Francisco Police Department's Goldengate Division, is responsible for a huge area of the western part of San Francisco.
This police district is largely residential, but it does boast two important public fixtures: the San Francisco State University, and the San Francisco Zoo. The Zoo contains more than 260 animal species. Built in 1929, it is the largest and oldest zoo in northern California.