Friday, May 8, 2009

Jason Wu Promoted To Major in San Francisco

Captain Jason Wu will be promoted to Major and command the San Francisco Field Office.
Wu began his career with the US Park Police in December 1988 and has served in San Francisco the entire time.

During his tenure, he has received numerous awards and commendations. including a meritorious duty award, the California Highway Patrol “10851” award for stolen vehicle recovery, and an award from the San Francisco Police Department for his off duty apprehension of a fleeing felon.

In 1993, over 200 illegal aliens smuggled from China came ashore at the Presidio. Jason Wu served as the only interpreter for law enforcement, medical, and media personnel, utilizing his fluency with multiple distinct Chinese dialects.

Jason Wu served in both operational and administrative commands as a Detective, Sergeant and Lieutenant, implementing a community-oriented policing model for the San Francisco Field Office.

Upon his promotion to Captain in 2006, he was assigned to the Pacific West Region, where he supported the regional director in management and oversight of law enforcement programs, policy formulation and execution, development of LE standards, and other duties, all while keeping the NPS philosophy in the forefront.

Jason Wu is a graduate of the University of California, Davis, with a BA in psychology. He and his wife Jennifer have three children.