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San Francisco County Sheriffs
City Hall, Room 456

1 Carlton Goodlett Place 

San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 554-7225
Fax   415-554-7050


The San Francisco Sheriff's Department consits of an ethnically diverse and talented staff includes approximately 850 sworn and 100 civilian members.

The Sheriff's Department administers San Francisco's six county jails and does a lot more to make San Francisco safe. The Department's arrest Warrant Service Unit seeks out and arrests hundreds of individuals each year who have violated the orders of local judges.

Members of the Sheriff's Department travel to other Bay Area jurisdictions every day to bring back to San Francisco fugitives who have fled local prosecution. Officers provide security to the civil and criminal courts, and to San Francisco's landmark City Hall.

The Sheriff's Department works together with the San Francisco Police Department and the State Department of Corrections to arrest state parolees who have violated conditions of their parole.

In addition to these traditional law enforcement duties, the Sheriff's Department has created some of the country's most successful crime prevention programs, including in-custody substance abuse treatment, anti-violence counseling, and post-release job development. The agency also works with victims of crime providing direct services when needed.


San Francisco Police Department
Central Division
766 Vallejo St.
San Francisco, CA 94133

Emergency, dial: 911
Non-emergency, dial: (415) 553-0123
TIP LINE: (415) 392-2623

SFPD Central Station is aptly named as it is located in the central portion of San Francisco, the center of tourism, commerce, entertainment and civic events. The district comprises the Financial district, Chinatown, North Beach, Fisherman’s Wharf, and three famous hills: Telegraph, Nob and Russian. Seven of ten major tourist attractions in San Francisco are located in the Central District. In 2002, it is estimated that over 13 million tourists visited attractions within the Central Police District.


10-00 Exercise great caution.
10-01 Reception is poor.
10-02 Reception is good.
10-03 Stop transmitting.
10-04 OK/message received
10-05 Relay message.
10-06 Change channel.
10-07 Out of service/unavailable for assignment.
10-07A Out of service at home.
10-07B Out of service - personal.
10-07C Out of Service (court)
10-07E Out of Service (end of watch)
10-07F Out of Service (follow-up)
10-07G Out of Service (gas/garage)
10-07I Out of Service (investigation)
10-07M Out of Service (meal)
10-07R Out of Service (radio shop/range)
10-07S Out of Service (station)
10-07T Out of Service (traffic control/training)
10-008 In service/available for assignment.
10-08F In service, on foot
10-09 Repeat last transmission.
10-10 Off duty.
10-10A Off duty at home.
10-11 Identify this frequency.
10-12 Visitors are present (be discrete).
10-13 Advise conditions at scene
10-14 Citizen holding suspect.
10-15 Prisoner in custody.
10-16 Pick up prisoner.
10-17 Request for gasoline.
10-18 Equipment exchange.
10-19 Return/returning to the station.
10-20 Location
10-21 Telephone:
10-21A Advise home that I will return at:
10-22 Cancel last assignment
10-22C Leave area if all secure
10-22 Disregard the last assignment.
10-23 Standby.
10-24 Request car-to-car transmission.
10-25 Respond & act as backup
10-26 Clear.
10-27 Driver's license check.
10-28 Vehicle registration
10-29 Check for being wanted/warrants.
10-29F The subject is wanted for a felony.
10-29H Caution - severe hazard potential.
10-29M The subject is wanted for a misdemeanor.
10-29V The vehicle is wanted in connection with a possible crime.
10-30 Person/vehicle wanted/stolen
10-31 Person has arrest record
10-32 Person/vehicle clear
10-33 Alarm sounding.
10-34 Confidential info follows
10-35 Consent to search
10-35 Time check.
10-36 Confidential information.
10-36 Emergency notification
10-37 Identify the operator.
10-38 Probation
10-39 Can ______ come to the radio?
10-40 Is ______ available for a telephone call?
10-42 Check on the welfare of/at ______.
10-43 Call a doctor.
10-43 Intelligence Div. interested
10-45 What is the condition of the patient?
10-45A Condition of patient is good.
10-45B Condition of patient is serious.
10-45C Condition of patient is critical.
10-45D Patient is deceased.
10-49 Proceed to ______.
10-50 Subject is under the influence of narcotics.
10-51 Subject is drunk.
10-52 Resuscitator is needed.
10-53 Man down.
10-54 Possible dead body.
10-55 This is a coroner's case.
10-56 A Suicide attempt.
10-56 Suicide.
10-57 Missing person.
10-59 Security check.
10-60 Lock out.
10-61 Miscellaneous public service.
10-62 Meet a citizen.
10-62B Civil standby.
10-62A Take a report from a citizen.
10-63 Prepare to copy.
10-64 Found property.
10-66 Suspicious person.
10-67 Person calling for help.
10-68 Call for police made via telephone.
10-70 Prowler. 10-71 Shooting.
10-72 Gun involved.
10-73 How do you receive?
10-79 Bomb threat.
10-80 Explosion.
10-86 Any traffic?
10-88 Assume your post.
10-91 A Stray.
10-91 Animal.
10-91B Noisy animal.
10-91C Injured animal.
10-91D Dead animal.
10-91E Animal bite.
10-91G Animal pickup.
10-91J Pickup/collect ______.
10-91L Leash law violation.
10-91V Vicious animal.
10-95 Requesting an I.D./Tech unit.
10-96 Undercover surveillance, marked units keep out
10-97 Arrived at scene
10-97 Arrived at the scene.
10-98 Available for assignment.
10-100 Civil disturbance - Mutual aid standby.
10-101 Civil disturbance - Mutual aid request.
11-10 Take a report.
11-24 Abandoned automobile.
11-25 Traffic hazard.
11-26 Abandoned bicycle.
11-27 with the driver being held.
11-28 with the driver being held.
11-40 Advise if an ambulance is needed.
11-41 An ambulance is needed.
11-42 No ambulance is needed.
11-48 Furnish transportation.
11-51 Escort.
11-52 Funeral detail.
11-54 Suspicious vehicle.
11-55 Officer is being followed by automobile.
11-56 Officer is being followed by auto containing dangerous persons.
11-57 An unidentified auto appeared at the scene of the assignment.
11-58 Radio traffic is being monitored. Phone all non-routine messages.
11-59 Give intensive attention to high hazard/business areas.
11-60 Attack in a high hazard area.
11-65 Signal light is out.
11-66 Defective traffic light.
11-78 Aircraft accident.
11-79 Accident - ambulance has been sent.
11-80 Accident - major injuries.
11-81 Accident - minor injuries.
11-82 Accident - no injuries.
11-83 Accident - no details.
11-84 Direct traffic.
11-85 Tow truck required.
11-94 Pedestrian stop.
11-95 Routine traffic stop.
11-96 Checking a suspicious vehicle
11-97 Time/security check on patrol vehicles.
11-98 Meet: _______
11-99 Officer needs help.
Code 1 Do so at your convenience.
Code 2 Urgent.
Code 3 Emergency/lights and siren.
Code 4 No further assistance is needed.
Code 5 Stakeout.
Code 6 Responding from a long distance.
Code 7 Mealtime.
Code 8 Request cover/backup.
Code 9 Set up a roadblock.
Code 33 Mobile emergency - clear this radio channel.











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License 1724264 & 1843798
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The San Francisco County Jail System houses about 2,500 prisoners daily in nine jails.  The County Jails are numbered 1, 2, 5, 7, 8 and 9. The system also includes an intake and release facility, and a ward in San Francisco General Hospital, known as Ward 7D/7L. 

Approximately 60,000 people are booked into these jails each year. The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department is contracted by the Police Department to administer all of the jails. Bookings are handled by 800 deputy sheriffs. 

Intake and Release – San Francisco County Jail #9

When a defendant is first arrested in San Francisco County,  they are usually brought to County Jail # 9, located at 425 7th St., San Francisco where they are booked and processed.

This process can take up to several hours to complete. The location is known as the “Intake and Release Center” (IRC). Such “IRC” facilities are common in larger counties where a centralized processing of inmates is highly beneficial. 

There, the defendants’ information is entered into the jail’s computer system. The booking process generally consists of photographing, fingerprinting and so on. This information is also entered into a nation-wide computer database for a background check. 

After the booking process is completed, defendants may remain at this facility, or they may be transferred to one of the other county jails.

Opened in 1994, San Francisco County Jail #8 and #9 are located at the same address: 425 7th St., San Francisco, next to the Hall of Justice. The facility is known as the “Glammour Slammer”.  The building has a very dramatic and contemporary architectural design that fits in well with the city’s landscape.County Jail #8 primarily holds post-conviction prisoners, but also houses all female prisoner. This direct supervision facility has become a national model for program-oriented prisoner rehabilitation. Some 400 inmates participate in G.E.D., E.S.L. programs, alcohol and drug abuse counseling, along with family counseling/support groups. 

At the time of arrest and booking, bail is set according to a published bail schedule established by a panel of judges.  Bail may be posted at any time, 24 hours a day, at Room 201 of the Hall of Justice, 850 Bryant Street, 2nd floor. Afterwards, the bail receipt must be delivered to the jail so that the person may be released.

If the person is held at the Intake and Release facility, the bail slip must be delivered there. If he/she is housed in any other jail, the bail slip goes to County Jail #1, 6th floor, 850 Bryant Street.

To get information on someone in custody, call (415) 553-1430, County Jail #1 at the Hall of Justice. Or better yet, call a bail bondsman who can help you navigate the complicated San Francisco jails and post the bond for you.  Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds is at your service 24/7.  You can call them at: 888-224-5266, (888)BAIL BOND.

San Francisco Jail Housing

After initial booking, defendants are housed at one of the County’s jails. Generally, pre-trial defendants (those awaiting trial) stay at the Bryant Street Central Jail on the 6th floor of the Hall of Justice. Others are sent to County Jail #2, located on the 7th Floor.County Jail #2 (Hall of Justice, 6th Floor, San Francisco) County Jail #4 (Hall of Justice, 7th Floor, San Francisco)

Ward 7D/7L – San Francisco General Hospital

Another of the San Francisco County jails is located in ward 7D/7L in San Francisco General Hospital, which caters to defendants with medical or mental issues. Because it is the only Level I Trauma Center in the area, the hospital maintains a high patient volume and is usually on a constant “Total Divert” status, which means that incoming emergency patients (with the exception of trauma, psychiatric, pediatrics, and OBGYN) are diverted to other nearby hospitals.

San Bruno Jail

The newest San Francisco jail complex is not located in San Francisco, but in an unincorporated part of San Mateo County between Pacifica and San Bruno at 1 Moreland Drive.  This new facility opened in 2006 and is named County Jail #5. It replaced the Old County Jail #3, which at the time of closing held the distinction of being oldest operating county jail in California. County Jail #3 stands vacant and will soon be demolished.

Visiting a Prisoner

Visiting at County Jail #1, County Jail #2 (Hall of Justice) and County Jail #5 (San Bruno) can be arranged by making advance phone reservation. Visiting at County Jail #8 is arranged by signing up in person on visiting day morning.

Visiting is held at each jail on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. ( Please see Jail Visiting Schedules below).Visitors may bring money to leave on a prisoner’s account but they are not allowed to bring him/her any personal items.

Visitors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian. Children cannot be left unattended at any time.Visitors must be prepared to show a valid ID with a current photograph, that has a name, address, and date of birth.

All visitors are subject to a search. Visitors who are inappropriately dressed (gang related clothing, hairstyles, or graffiti) will be denied visits. Visitors who appear to be under the influence or cause a disturbance also will not be allowed to visit and future visits may be denied.

Attorneys and bail bondsmen are allowed to visit their clients in a confidential setting at any time except during meals and count time.

Bail Bond Information

When you are in a stressful situation, because somebody you care about has been arrested, you need access to level-headed bail bond professionals. Their support, knowledge and confidentiality are crucial factors in obtaining a fast jail release. 

At Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, we are a family owned company with a 40 year history of success. We do all the work ourselves, ensuring that the best and brightest in the business are at your disposal 24/7.

We will walk you through the bail bond process and help you fill out our easy application by fax, email or in person.  If you have any questions about posting bail in the San Francisco Jail System,  please call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds at 888-224-5266, (888) BAIL BOND.











Bail Bonds SAN FRANCISCO  County California Greg and Tonya Rynerson Contact us

Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds


License 1724264 & 1843798
California Department of Insurance










Bail Bonds SAN FRANCISCO  County California Greg and Tonya Rynerson Contact us

Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds


License 1724264 & 1843798
California Department of Insurance

Supeior Court

400 McAllister Street,
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 551-4000
TTY/TDD: (415) 551-4001

Civil Clerk's hours 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Monday - Friday)

Hall of Justice

850 Bryant St.,
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 551-0651
TTY/TDD: (415) 551-4001

Office hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(Monday - Friday)

Community Justice Center

555 Polk Street (Social Services)
575 Polk Street (Courtroom)
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 551-3834

Office hours 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Monday - Friday)










Bail Bonds SAN FRANCISCO  County California Greg and Tonya Rynerson Contact us

Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds


License 1724264 & 1843798
California Department of Insurance




Greg Rynerson and Tonya Rynerson are integral parts of the business and are involved in nearly every bond written by our company. Together, we’re not just a professional bail bond business, we’re family.

We understand family issues. We know that life brings unexpected situations and families come together to support each other in difficult times.

All of our staff hold California bail agent licenses issued by the Department of Insurance, which regulates the bail industry. In addition to going through the process to become a bail bondsman, each one of our bondsmen holds a college degree and has been mentored and expertly trained by Greg and Tonya.  We also utilize field agents throughout California to effectively service clients and obtain the quickest release from jail possible. We’re here to help.















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