Learn how to access police and fire services in the Presidio.
The Presidio of San Francisco is a national park site governed by federal law. Presidio visitors, residents, and tenants are subject to all applicable laws, as well as Presidio Trust and National Park Service regulations regarding law enforcement at the Presidio, including traffic, use and possession of weapons, alcoholic beverages, and controlled substances. Law enforcement and security in the Presidio are provided by the United States Park Police.
The United States Park Police Internal Affairs Unit documents and investigates allegations of misconduct against department personnel that are received both through internal (administrative) and external (citizen generated) means. Learn how to file a complaint. You are also welcome to file a commendation to report exceptional service.
The San Francisco Fire Department serves the Presidio and has a station located at 218 Lincoln Boulevard on the Presidio’s Main Post, immediately adjacent to the Presidio Transit Center.
Direct all EMERGENCY calls to (415) 561-5656. Contact the Fire Department for non-emergency matters by calling (415) 558-3200.
The City of San Francisco hosts a webpage where members of the public can report matters of concern. Learn how to submit a complaint.