Sheriff's Department

The mission of the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department (SFSD) is to be an effective and integral part of civil and criminal law-enforcement efforts of the State of California and the City and County of San Francisco. As an integral part of the community and a steward of taxpayer resources, the SFSD seeks to be cognizant, respectful, efficient, and transformative in the use of resources, its staff, and to the persons remanded to our jurisdiction by law. To perform its duties, the Sheriff’s Department manages six county jails in San Francisco and San Mateo Counties.

http://www.sfsheriff.com/

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT FY
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2022
FY 2023 - 2027 Plan Total Backlog
State of Good Repair Renewal - Need 4,929 5,175 5,434 5,706 5,991 34,761 61,996  
                 
SPENDING PLAN               DEFERRED
State of Good Repair Renewal - Uses 2,276 2,667 2,865 3,076 3,422 22,688 36,994 33,178
Prisoner Exit from HOJ (JFIP) - - - 190,000 - - 190,000 -
SHF – County Jails #1 and #2 (425 7th Street) Strengthening 82,000 - - - - - 82,000 224,787
County Jail #5 Facilities and Grounds Infrastructure - - - - - - - 2,165
Sheriff's Dept Alternate Programs Facility 8 - - - - - - - 20,910
TOTAL 84,276 2,667 2,865 193,076 3,422 22,688 308,994 281,040
                 
REVENUES                
General Fund 2,276 2,667 2,865 3,076 3,422 22,688 36,994  
Certificates of Participation 12,000 - - 190,000 - - 202,000  
State 70,000 - - - - - 70,000  
TOTAL 84,276 2,667 2,865 193,076 3,422 22,688 308,994  
Total San Francisco Jobs/Year 704 22 24 1,612 29 189 2,580