What is the Community Ambassadors Program?
The Community Ambassadors Program is a safety program designed to bridge tensions in the community due to cultural or linguistic differences. Administered by the Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs (OCEIA), a division of the City Administrator’s Office, this program was initiated by community leaders and advocates concerned about public safety and is a partnership with the Omega Boys Club, SFPD, MTA, Mayor’s Office, OCEIA and community-based organizations, with partial program support from Lennar Corporation and AT&T.
OCEIA currently manages two mandated projects of the Community Ambassadors Program: a permanent community safety program in District 10 and a year-long pilot in the Central Market area between 5th and 12th Streets.
District 10 Team
(Download CAP District 10 Team Brochure)
Central Market Team
(Download CAP Central Market Team Brochure)
(Download CAP Mission Team Brochure)