Although there are parts of the Transmission neighborhood that always have a little bit of action, the action has gotten too intense over the months of September and October. Within these two months, two different locations experienced two incidents of sexual assault each.
When looking at CrimeMapping.com, it’s easy to overlook sex crimes because they are usually listed for indecent exposure. In the neighborhoods surrounding the Transmission, sex crimes are relatively nonexistent during the same time period.
Blocks to look out for are 30th and Mission and Cesar Chavez at Valencia. The incidents at Cesar Chavez happened at noon and at midnight. Both sex crimes at Cesar Chavez happened on September 29th. The sexual assaults on 30th took place between midnight and 1 AM in the middle of September and early October.
Action in the Mission District at large is facilitated by community efforts such as End Sexual Violence Now and San Francisco Women Against Rape (SF WAR). According to esvNOW.com, if you need help NOW, call San Francisco General Hospital at 415.206.8111 OR CALL 911.