Seconds can literally mean the difference between life, and death, when someone is experiencing a heart-attack, and Automated Electronic Defibrillators (AED) can provide critical support in some of these cases until professional paramedics arrive. AED units analyze the electronic heart rhythm of a patient to
Chief Greg Carey, Patroller Leandro Gonzales, Chief Ken Craig (Community Patrol Service)
Patroller Stephanie Ong, Senior Patroller Marcus Ponce
April 8, 2021
As the City and County of San Francisco, and the Castro neighborhood itself, slowly begins to open up and return to something approaching normality,
We were very saddened to hear the news today, that indefatigable equal and civil rights fighter and Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsberg lost her battle with Cancer and passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends.
Justice Ginsberg, RBG to Millions of supporters and admirers, was a
The COVID-19 Pandemic has caused legitimate concern and worry for many, and a significant change in normal every day life for most. CCOP Patrols have been no exception.
We reduced our Patrolling during the height of the Shelter In Place period, as the neighborhood was essentially quiet, but
While the City & County of San Francisco Health Order restrictions requiring social distancing remain in effect, we are happy to announce resumption of New Volunteer training and existing Patroller re-certification, through remote ZOOM formats. ZOOM offers a remote template which allows us to welcome and train