A “Community Conversation” about Crime in SoMA with District Six Supervisor Jane Kim: Thursday, June 23rd, 5:00 PM

Purported District Six Supervisor Jane Kim is holding a meeting about crime tomorrow at the Luggage Store in Mid-Market. That’s the news of the day from Live SOMA, your South of Market Blog.

(Is there actually “Increased Violence in South of Market” these days? I don’t know.)

Anyway, here are the deets:

Community Conversation Meeting Details

Who: Concerned Neighbors in South of Market
What: A Community Conversation About The Increased Violence in South of Market.
When: Thursday, June 23rd from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Where: The Luggage Store, 1007 Market Street (at Sixth St.)
Why: To open a relevant and important dialogue about recent incidents throughout South of Market that affect us all.

See you there.

A plain-clothes cop on the beat in SoMA last year, sort of:


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5 Responses to “A “Community Conversation” about Crime in SoMA with District Six Supervisor Jane Kim: Thursday, June 23rd, 5:00 PM”

  1. LiveSOMA says:

    You’re right, who knows if there is actually more violence or not, but now that the violent crimes have detoured off of Sixth Street, and into South Beach, local officials and residents have started to pay attention, which makes it seem like the crime has increased.

  2. LiveSOMA says:

    Also, thanks for helping to spread the word!

  3. Bluoz says:

    community conversation on crime increase in SOMA…

    via SF Citizen and Livesoma email from District 6 su[ppervisor jane Kims office Community Conversation Meeting Details Who: Concerned Neighbors in South of Market What: A Community Conversation About The Increased Violence in South of Market….

  4. LiveSoma said: “You’re right, who knows if there is actually more violence or not, but now that the violent crimes have detoured off of Sixth Street, and into South Beach, local officials and residents have started to pay attention, which makes it seem like the crime has increased.”

    it’s not only a “feeling”: the crime HAS already increased and people started to pay more attention ’cause they’re scared.

  5. Honestly, i live far from that district, but I can assure you that everywhere people is more scared than some years ago: at least, if neighbours decide to join their forces it’s a great thing! And you can definately face problems/violence more effectively in this way, because you’ll know who you can trust!