Surveillance Technology Inventory

Policies governing how the City uses surveillance technology

This inventory shows all currently identified surveillance technologies. Draft and approved policies governing the use of these technologies are linked below. The policies missing a link are under development and have yet to be drafted and heard at a public meeting.  

For each technology, City departments are required to create a Surveillance Impact Report, a Surveillance Technology Policy, and Annual Reports. 

A “Surveillance Technology” is defined in the Surveillance Ordinance as:

  • A software, electronic device, system using an electronic device, or similar device
  • used, designed, or primarily intended to
  • collect, retain, process, or share
  • audio, electronic, visual, location, thermal, biometric, olfactory or similar information
  • specifically associated with, or capable or being associated with, any individual or group

The includes 15 separate exemptions for technologies not required to be inventoried. 

For Department reporting on Board approved policies, refer to the Annual Surveillance Reports Inventory.  

Our current inventory of surveillance technologies by department will continue to grow as additional technologies are identified.

As of November 7, 2023, the surveillance inventory has been updated to remove email and marketing analytic technologies. The City found these technologies to be exempt under Chapter 19B.

Departments are listed in alphabetical order. Technologies where more than one department  cooperatively used that technology are referenced in the "Collaborative" section, listed after all of the individual departments. Policies for one technology that are not used collaboratively, but for which one policy was created for more than one department because multiple departments shared use cases for the technology, are referenced in the "Multidepartmental" section at the bottom of the page.

Last updated January 17, 2024.

Documents

Adult Probation Department

Airport

Airport uses data provided by Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) to track the whereabouts of specific vehicles (license plate info and geo-location information provided by TNCs in real-time at four different points of a TNC’s journey on the Airport’s premises) to support permit compliance.

Airport uses data provided by Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) to track the whereabouts of specific vehicles (license plate info and geo-location information provided by TNCs in real-time at four different points of a TNC’s journey on the Airport’s premises) to support permit compliance.

Vehicle-mounted transponder that is activated by an antenna on a toll lane. Individual account information is stored in the transponder. The antenna identifies the individual transponder and reads the associated account information. The amount of the toll is deducted from the associated account.

Vehicle-mounted transponder that is activated by an antenna on a toll lane. Individual account information is stored in the transponder. The antenna identifies the individual transponder and reads the associated account information. The amount of the toll is deducted from the associated account.

The detectors sense for the presence of a gunshot, conducting full analysis on the device (no real-time audio is sent back). In the event of an activation, the alert message is sent over our proprietary wireless mesh (potentially hopping over multiple detectors) back to the gateway. The gateway connects to the AmberBox Response Platform servers via a VPN and HTTPS connection. The AmberBox Response Platform servers are hosted by our cloud provider, Google Cloud.

The detectors sense for the presence of a gunshot, conducting full analysis on the device (no real-time audio is sent back). In the event of an activation, the alert message is sent over our proprietary wireless mesh (potentially hopping over multiple detectors) back to the gateway. The gateway connects to the AmberBox Response Platform servers via a VPN and HTTPS connection. The AmberBox Response Platform servers are hosted by our cloud provider, Google Cloud.

System includes high-performance IP cameras and powerful software that provides consistent and reliable results. The system converts the image (picture of the license) to computer data that can be checked against a database.

System includes high-performance IP cameras and powerful software that provides consistent and reliable results. The system converts the image (picture of the license) to computer data that can be checked against a database.

License Plate Recognition System Amendments

The media access control address (MAC address) of a device is a unique identifier assigned to a network interface controller. It is used as a network address for most network technologies, including Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. Airport operates an extensive Wi-Fi network throughout the Airport’s facilities. 

The sensors determine parking stall availability and the cameras provide a snapshot of license plates to assist the public in locating their vehicles via Park Assist "Find My Car" smartphone app.

Pre-Security Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Cameras

Pre-Security Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Cameras

Pre-Security Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Cameras Surveillance Technology Policy Amendments

Third-Party Cameras used at the San Francisco Airport.

Third-Party Cameras used at the San Francisco Airport.

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department.

Arts Commission

Surveillance systems are located in the San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries to monitor exhibition space at all times, as well as throughout City-owned Cultural Centers.

Surveillance systems are located in the San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries to monitor exhibition space at all times, as well as throughout City-owned Cultural Centers.

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department.

Asian Art Museum

Monitoring and recording device

Monitoring and recording device

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

Assessor-Recorder

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by the department to date.

Board of Appeals

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

Board of Supervisors

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

City Administrator's Office

Cameras, workstations, and Network Video Recorders (NVRs) to record security video.

Cameras, workstations, and Network Video Recorders (NVRs) to record security video.

Amendments to cameras, workstations, and Network Video Recorders (NVRs) to record security video.

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

City Attorney's Office

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

City Planning

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by the department to date.

Civil Service Commission

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

Child Support Services

Building security system which uses security cameras at points of entry and surveillance cameras at points of entries, public lobby, and interview areas.

Building security system which uses security cameras at points of entry and surveillance cameras at points of entries, public lobby, and interview areas.

Children and Families Commission

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

Controller

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by the department to date.

Department of Building Inspection

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by this department to date.

Department of Children, Youth & Their Families

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by the department to date. 

Department of Early Childhood

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by the department to date. 

Department of Elections

Cameras for internal viewing and streaming

Cameras for internal viewing and streaming

Department of Emergency Management

The system is maintained by DT and monitored by Sheriff’s Department staff on site. Not monitored by DEM Staff.

The system is maintained by DT and monitored by Sheriff’s Department staff on site. Not monitored by DEM Staff.

An advanced system of sensors, algorithms and artificial intelligence to detect, locate and alert police to gunfire. It analyzes audio signals for potential gunshots, determines the location of the sound source, analyzes the pulse features to determine if the sound is likely to be gunfire, and notifies law enforcement and emergency responders. This system is maintained by the vendor and administered and paid for by SFPD.

An advanced system of sensors, algorithms and artificial intelligence to detect, locate and alert police to gunfire. It analyzes audio signals for potential gunshots, determines the location of the sound source, analyzes the pulse features to determine if the sound is likely to be gunfire, and notifies law enforcement and emergency responders. This system is maintained by the vendor and administered and paid for by SFPD.

See "Collaborative" section for information about a technology used by the department in conjunction with other departments.

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

Department of the Environment

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by the department to date. 

Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing

 Security camera collects images, which are available to staff for real-time review

 Security camera collects images, which are available to staff for real-time review

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

Department of Police Accountability

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by the department to date. 

Department of Public Health

Security cameras located at various locations - A TV system in which signals signals are not publicly distributed, but monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. Relies on strategic placement of cameras and observation of the camera's input on monitors somewhere.

Security cameras located at various locations - A TV system in which signals signals are not publicly distributed, but monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. Relies on strategic placement of cameras and observation of the camera's input on monitors somewhere.

The visitor management system verifies the identification of the visitor, keeps an active log online (useful for contact tracing and identifying who has been visiting), and prints out badges.

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

Department of Public Works

Body-Worn Cameras

Department on the Status of Women

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

Department of Technology

Local Area Networks in City-Owned Housing

See "Collaborative" section for information about a technology used by the department in conjunction with other departments.

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

District Attorney

The District Attorney's Office letter to the Controller certifying exemption from compliance to avoid interference with investigative or prosecutorial functions.

Ethics Commission

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by the department to date. 

Fine Arts Museums

Security cameras located at various locations - A TV system in which signals signals are not publicly distributed, but monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. Relies on strategic placement of cameras and observation of the camera's input on monitors somewhere

Security cameras located at various locations - A TV system in which signals signals are not publicly distributed, but monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. Relies on strategic placement of cameras and observation of the camera's input on monitors somewhere

Social media monitoring technology used by this department includes:

  • Facebook Business Manager: A free platform that runs and tracks ads, manages pages and ad accounts, or allow third-parties manage ad placements, etc. It helps advertisers integrate Facebook marketing efforts across the organization's business with external partners
  • Falcon: This Social Media listening tool tracks a user’s interactions with the museum’s social media channels over time. I.e. whether they have commented on posts in the past in addition to the current one

Cloud-controlled WiFi, routing, and security

Fire Department

Mounted security cameras at Department facilities.

Mounted security cameras at Department facilities.

Health Service System

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

Human Rights Commission

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by the department to date. 

Human Services Agency

H.S.A. has at least five (5) locations with client lobbies. These lobbies have security cameras in them to monitor the safety and security of City facilities. At three (3) of our H.S.A. buildings which have client lobbies, the cameras point to the exterior lobby doors and depending upon the specific building, the cameras show limited partial views of public streets, views of agency plaza, and some images blurred by glass doors.

H.S.A. has at least five (5) locations with client lobbies. These lobbies have security cameras in them to monitor the safety and security of City facilities. At three (3) of our H.S.A. buildings which have client lobbies, the cameras point to the exterior lobby doors and depending upon the specific building, the cameras show limited partial views of public streets, views of agency plaza, and some images blurred by glass doors.

Human Services Agency: Social Media Monitoring Technology Surveillance Impact Report

Human Services Agency: Social Media Monitoring Technology Surveillance Technology Policy

Juvenile Probation Department

TheGoGuardian software tool will monitor, manage, and filter the web activity of the young people in detention currently attending online college courses. The tool will filter out content that is not safe for educational purposes.

This wearable technology takes transdermal readings to detect the presence of alcohol in the body of the wearer.

This wearable technology takes transdermal readings to detect the presence of alcohol in the body of the wearer.

Electronic monitoring GPS consists of an ankle bracelet worn by an individual that includes a small electronic device that periodically sends location coordinates via Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) to a database application maintained by the vendor and accessible to Probation Officers.

Electronic monitoring GPS consists of an ankle bracelet worn by an individual that includes a small electronic device that periodically sends location coordinates via Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) to a database application maintained by the vendor and accessible to Probation Officers.

Law Library

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. No other surveillance technology has been reported by the department to date. 

Municipal Transportation Agency

 Automated Speed Enforcement Camera

Application programming interfaces (APIs) that program permittees use to transmit de-identified trip data for individual bicycles and powered scooters.  SFMTA does also receive/process pick-up, drop-off, and telemetry data for these modes of transit, including taxis, commuter shuttle, station less bicycles, and powered scooter share programs.  

Data collection software system used by individual taxi cabs to deliver to the SFMTA real-time trip data

Software that collects, manages, reviews, and shares video and media files

Software that collects, manages, reviews, and shares video and media files

Cameras installed on SFMTA-owned parking-enforcement vehicles and parking garages and bus-mounted cameras that use license plate reader technology to identify vehicles stopped unlawfully in red transit-only lanes.

Cameras installed on SFMTA-owned parking-enforcement vehicles and parking garages and bus-mounted cameras that use license plate reader technology to identify vehicles stopped unlawfully in red transit-only lanes.

Automated cameras used to enforce illegal red-light running and illegal right turns at 13 intersections throughout the City. The cameras are triggered by moving violations only.

Security Cameras inside SFMTA-regulated taxi cabs

Municipal Transportation Agency: Taxi Dashboard Camera Surveillance Impact Report

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

Office of Economic and Workforce Development

See "Collaborative" section for information about a technology used by the department in conjunction with other departments.

No other technologies are reported by the department.

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

Police Department

Andros Robotics with Camera and Audio

System includes high-performance IP cameras and powerful software that provides consistent and reliable results. The system converts the image (picture of the license) to computer data that can be checked against a database.

System includes high-performance IP cameras and powerful software that provides consistent and reliable results. The system converts the image (picture of the license) to computer data that can be checked against a database.

Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) Amendments

A rugged, easy-to-use tactical robot that enhances the capabilities of law enforcement and first-responders by allowing them to safely and quickly inspect dangerous situations without sending in personnel. Provides two-way audio with a video recording capability.

Blackbag BlackLight

Body Worn Cameras

Cell Hawk

City Department Surveillance Cameras

Processes, edits, searches, retrieves

Digital forensics devices that manufacture data extraction, transfer, and analysis devices for cellular phones and mobile devices. Can provide real-time device extractions in the field to allow fast access to a variety of mobile devices.

Digital forensics devices that manufacture data extraction, transfer, and analysis devices for cellular phones and mobile devices. Can provide real-time device extractions in the field to allow fast access to a variety of mobile devices.

 

Dataminr First Alert

Records, documents, and manages all information about a crime scene with digital security. It securely stores forensic data, images, videos, photos, reports, documentts, drawings and narratives. Relies on Microsoft technology and SQL database for easy sharing, data backup, secure data access, and disaster recovery. Video management and editing also available.

Electronic & Visual: Investigative mugshot and booking records management system that is used to collect, protect, manage, store, search, and run reports for mugshot data. Capabilities: image capture, facial comparison (within database), & tattoo recognition. (Source: dataworksplus.com/dpm.html)

Analysis: Genemapper, Verogen sequencing software, STRmix

A small camera that is used to examine and inspect small, difficult-to-reach places

Forensic Toolkit

Comprised of satellites, a ground station, and receivers. The receiver uses signals from several satellites (at least 3) to calculate the distances from itself to those satellites and pinpoint where you are.

GrayKey

Hostage Negotiation Team throw phone - calls are signaled through ring and request communications - should the subject refuse to communicate over the telephone handset the operator may still monitor/listen to sounds within the proximity of the device via the embedded microphones.

IP Cameras (Digital Cameras)

The iRobot 710 Kobra can crawl, climb, reach, grasp, carry, stream video and broadcast voice from up to 100 feet away. A built-in HD camera transmits all the action to a smart phone or tablet via the iRobot's WiFi enabled, downloadable application.

Life Tech 7500 or RT-PCR instruments

Life Technology 3500 and 3130xl Capillary Electrophoresis instruments

Lil Ears Microphone

MacQuisition

Magnetic Forensics

Non-City Entity Drone Detection System - GPS capability

The San Francisco Police Department staff regularly receives security camera footage from non-city entities. This policy applies to non-city entity security cameras that have a financial agreement with the San Francisco Police Department.

The San Francisco Police Department staff regularly receives security camera footage from non-city entities. This policy applies to non-city entity security cameras that do not have a financial agreement with the San Francisco Police Department.

The San Francisco Police Department staff regularly receives security camera footage from non-city entities. This policy applies to non-city entity security cameras that do not have a financial agreement with the San Francisco Police Department.

OpenText™ EnCase™ Forensic

Software provider for communications data analysis. It can assist with investigation of all communication types - it can collect, analyze, and export large volumes of social media, email, and other internet communications data. It can identify data links, frequencies, timelines, and call associations. Data can be loaded into the software. It can also use global positioning to plot cell site usage or ping coordinates from judicially authorized real-time or historical data.

Pole Camera

Qiagen Qiacubes

QinetiQ Robotics with Camera and Audio

Recon Scout XT is a small throwable reconnaissance robot designed and manufactured dby Recon Robotics. Can be used by warfighters, dismounted patrols, special weapons and tactics (SWAT) and other special operations teams. The robot offers real-time situational awareness and greater stand-off distance.

RFID tags can be used to verify the identify of visitors, employees, and pinpoint people's locations. By affixing RFID tags to equipment, equipment can be better tracked. Can also be used for asset control.

Technology accessed through third party. An advanced system of sensors, algorithms and artificial intelligence to detect, locate and alert police to gunfire. It analyzes audio signals for potential gunshots, determines the location of the sound source, analyzes the pulse features to determine if the sound is likely to be gunfire, and notifies law enforcement and emergency responders.

Technology accessed through third party. An advanced system of sensors, algorithms and artificial intelligence to detect, locate and alert police to gunfire. It analyzes audio signals for potential gunshots, determines the location of the sound source, analyzes the pulse features to determine if the sound is likely to be gunfire, and notifies law enforcement and emergency responders.

Camera used by special weapons and tactics (SWAT) team - specifications depend on the type of SWAT camera

A precision fiber optic inspection tool utilizing a two-way probe for inspection of enclosed objects. The non-conductive tip makes the unit suitable for inspection of volatile liquids. A sharp, well-defined, bright image is viewed due to high quality light fibers and a high resolution optical system.

Depending on the camera it can provide forward and upward camera views or forward, upward, left, and right camera views. Video is typically streamed wirelessly to the monitor over an encrypted channel

Uses color area scanning technology to scan and inspect the undercarriage of vehicles to search and analyze images for explosive devices, suspicious objects, or contraband such as drugs and weapons. Ideal for checkpoints. Can transmit video over IP, fiber optics, coax, or wireless and integrate with ALPR and drier image-capture cameras. (FLEX) Scans, monitors, and digitally records crisp, clear digital video images of the entire width of a vehicles undersides using advanced digital camera imaging and LED illumination. Images are processed by the Digital Video Recorder and displayed in quad screen format. Display the underside of the vehicle.

Utilizing patented compressed air technology, the VerTmax is an extendable (telescopic) pole that increases in height. The operator controls the extended length of the telescopic pole by regulating the flow of air with the reservoir valve. A range of accessories can be attached to the tip of the VerTmax telescopic pole, including a Grappling Hook, antennae or wireless camera.

A boring and inspection device that is compatible with the NCR standardized Andros Robot Systems. It is used to remotely access moderate hardened targets, such as vehicles and buildings, to safely obtain visual inspections using the Andros Robot System.

See "Collaborative" section for information about a technology used by the department in conjunction with other departments.

Port of San Francisco

A TV system in which signals signals are not publicly distributed, but monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. Relies on strategic placement of cameras and observation of the camera's input on monitors somewhere

A TV system in which signals signals are not publicly distributed, but monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. Relies on strategic placement of cameras and observation of the camera's input on monitors somewhere.

Computer designed to process requests and deliver data to another computer over the internet or a local network. This one may process CCTV system data

Computer designed to process requests and deliver data to another computer over the internet or a local network. This one may process CCTV system data

Ensures remote access to a live video stream from the Internet Protocol camera along with simultaneous recording. It is a true digital system and records the digital images or videos received over the network onto a hard disk or other storage device. 

Ensures remote access to a live video stream from the Internet Protocol camera along with simultaneous recording. It is a true digital system and records the digital images or videos received over the network onto a hard disk or other storage device.

UAV/Drone operated by City approved vendor in accordance with the Port's approved Drone Policy

UAV/Drone operated by City approved vendor in accordance with the Port's approved Drone Policy

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

Public Defender

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

Public Library

Computer reservation, printing,and faxing services managed with the following TBS softwares:  MyPC, Papercut, ePrintIt, Easy Booking, ScanEZ.

Computer reservation, printing,and faxing services managed with the following TBS softwares:  MyPC, Papercut, ePrintIt, Easy Booking, ScanEZ.

Meraki is a hardware and software solution that provides wireless Internet access (WiFi) to library patrons. The software provides some personally identifiable information in the form of hardware names, location identifiers and websites visited, although the Library does not monitor or store this information.

There are only two pieces of information stored on the passive RFID tag, a 14-digit barcode number that uniquely identifies the item (already present on the barcode sticker affixed to the cover of each item) and a security component that has two settings (item checked out and safe to leave library; or, item not checked out and should not leave the library).

There are only two pieces of information stored on the passive RFID tag, a 14-digit barcode number that uniquely identifies the item (already present on the barcode sticker affixed to the cover of each item) and a security component that has two settings (item checked out and safe to leave library; or, item not checked out and should not leave the library).

Sensource is a hardware and software solution that uses overhead video feeds to monitor the volume of foot traffic in and out of all 28 library locations. The counters do not store video feed data unless an administrator prospectively requires the software to do so, and the Library does not use the platform in this way.

Sensource is a hardware and software solution that uses overhead video feeds to monitor the volume of foot traffic in and out of all 28 library locations. The counters do not store video feed data unless an administrator prospectively requires the software to do so, and the Library does not use the platform in this way.

Cameras are located in the following library locations: Main Library, Chinatown Branch, Ortega Branch, Park Branch, Presidio Branch, Visitation Valley Branch, Bayview Branch, and the Support Services building at 190 9th Street.

Cameras are located in the following library locations: Main Library, Chinatown Branch, Ortega Branch, Park Branch, Presidio Branch, Visitation Valley Branch, Bayview Branch, and the Support Services building at 190 9th Street.

Social Media Monitoring Technology

Social Media Monitoring Technology

Public Utilities Commission

As part of a pilot program, the SFPUC has installed anyCOMM SmartCity Nodes on top of 60 street light poles in various locations within San Francisco (10 sites – 6 nodes at each site). Each anyCOMM node has the capability to capture live images from the top of the pole (including video at up to 5 fps).

Security cameras and wild life/game and go-pro cameras to monitor various areas of SFPUC watershed land that the public can access.

Security cameras and wild life/game and go-pro cameras to monitor various areas of SFPUC watershed land that the public can access

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

Recreation and Park Department

System includes high-performance IP cameras and powerful software that provides consistent and reliable results. The system converts the image (picture of the license) to computer data that can be checked against a database.

System includes high-performance IP cameras and powerful software that provides consistent and reliable results. The system converts the image (picture of the license) to computer data that can be checked against a database.

See "Multidepartmental" section for information about a technology used by this department. 

Rent Arbitration Board

Amendments to Security Cameras Surveillance Technology Policy

Retirement System

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

Sheriff

The Sheriff's Office letter to the Controller certifying exemption from compliance to avoid interference with investigative or prosecutorial functions.

Treasurer-Tax Collector

No surveillance technology inventory reported to date

War Memorial

The San Francisco Symphony may provide War Memorial staff with camera footage or views following an incident.

The San Francisco Symphony may provide War Memorial staff with camera footage or views following an incident.

Veterans Building Surveillance Camera System

Veterans Building Surveillance Camera System

Collaborative

The technologies listed in this section indicate that one technology is cooperatively used by more than one department.

These are cameras originally put into use via the Chapter 19 Ordinance. The following departments are involved in the purchase, use, maintenance, and/ or receipt of data per the terms of Chapter 19:

  • Department of Emergency Management
  • Department of Technology
  • Office of Economic and Workforce Development
  • Police Department

Multidepartmental

This Surveillance Technology Policy applies to the following departments:

  • Airport 

  • Arts Commission 

  • Assessor – Recorder Office 

  • Asian Art Museum 

  • City Administrator’s Office – 311 

  • City Administrator’s Office – Animal Care & Control 

  • City Administrator’s Office – Central Office 

  • City Administrator’s Office – Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs 

  • City Administrator’s Office – Office of Transgender Initiatives 

  • City Planning Department 

  • Controller’s Office 

  • Department of Building Inspection 

  • Department of Children, Youth, and their Families 

  • Department of Early Childhood 

  • Department of Emergency Management 

  • Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing 

  • Department of Police Accountability 

  • Department of Public Health 

  • Department of Technology and SFGov/ SFGovTV 

  • Environment Department 

  • Ethics Commission 

  • Human Rights Commission 

  • Mayor’s Office 

  • Municipal Transportation Agency 

  • Office of Economic and Workforce Development 

  • Port of San Francisco 

  • Public Utilities Commission 

  • Recreation and Park Department 

 

This Surveillance Impact Report applies to the following departments:

  • Airport 

  • Arts Commission 

  • Assessor – Recorder Office 

  • Asian Art Museum 

  • City Administrator’s Office – 311 

  • City Administrator’s Office – Animal Care & Control 

  • City Administrator’s Office – Central Office 

  • City Administrator’s Office – Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs 

  • City Administrator’s Office – Office of Transgender Initiatives 

  • City Planning Department 

  • Controller’s Office 

  • Department of Building Inspection 

  • Department of Children, Youth, and their Families 

  • Department of Early Childhood 

  • Department of Emergency Management 

  • Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing 

  • Department of Police Accountability 

  • Department of Public Health 

  • Department of Technology and SFGov/ SFGovTV 

  • Environment Department 

  • Ethics Commission 

  • Human Rights Commission 

  • Mayor’s Office 

  • Municipal Transportation Agency 

  • Office of Economic and Workforce Development 

  • Port of San Francisco 

  • Public Utilities Commission 

  • Recreation and Park Department