The original site of the SFPD Mission Police Station, built in 1902, was at 17th and Treat Streets. Then, in 1950, the station relocated to 1240 Valencia Street. It moved again in 1994, just a couple of blocks over. The relatively new station is three times larger than the old one. It contains a community room and special secure holding cells. The residents who are served by this station are ethnically and economically diverse, with a population that is half Latino, a third White, and 11 percent Asian.
The Mission District is often called “the heart of the city,” since it covers the area east of Twin Peaks to the James Lick Freeway, and then south of Market Street to Cesar Chavez Street. Its unique geographical location insulates it from the city’s fog and wind so that it is almost always sunny and pleasant.
In recent years, the Mission has become known for its specialty restaurants and shops, as well as its club scene. It is rich in musical groups and performances, particularly those that are of a Latino bent. Carlos Santana grew up here and Mariachi bands play in restaurants. Many musical traditions are represented each Memorial Day weekend during the Mission's Carnaval celebration. Classical music is also performed in the Community Music Center on Capp Street. The Eddie Murphy film, 48 Hours, was shot at the Mission Station.
Anyone arrested at the Mission Station will undergo a short intake process at the local station, but then will be transported to one of the San Francisco County Jails operated by the Sheriff's Department. Transportation from an SFPD station to a San Francisco jail occurs every two to four hours. Those wishing to bail out must wait until they have been booked into the county jail before they can do so. However, you can start the bail bond process right way by calling a bondsman for San Francisco at 415-831-2245.
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MISSION POLICE STATION
Mission Police Station
630 Valencia St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
The SFPD Mission Police Station is part of San Francisco Police Department's Metro Division.
Mission Station watches over the Mission District, commonly called "The Mission", because it is named after the sixth Alta California mission: Mission San Francisco de Asis.
Last updated: 10/11/2013