San Diego Police Departments Information
The San Diego Police Department
The San Diego Police Department that was officially established on May 16, 1889, serves as the main law implementation agency in the city of San Diego, California. The official mission statement of the San Diego Police Department reads as “To maintain peace and order by providing the highest quality police services.” The Chief of Police in the city of San Diego is David Nisleit who took charge on March 2nd, 2018.
Goals of the San Diego Police Department
The San Diego Police Department has set certain goals to achieve as the primary law enforcer agency. The key goals of the San Diego Police Department are as follows:
- To improve the quality of life of everyone living in the city of San Diego
By this, what the law enforcer actually strives to do is to prevent violent crimes by identifying and apprehending the lawbreakers or criminals. The law enforcer also strives to improve the priority call response times and focusing on command and community priorities.
- To ensure the accountability of the department towards professionalism, high standards of performance and ethics
The San Diego Police department has taken stringent measures to address the issues of non-professional conduct and non-performance by its employees. The Department does strive hard to achieve sound decision making by the application of Procedural justice. The San Diego Police works hard towards the training of its officers and making them well-informed.
- To strive towards achieving continuous improvements in Efficiency and Effectiveness
The Department strives extremely hard to maintain the best practices in policing by acquiring the latest technology and equipment. The department strives to fully utilize and manage appropriately all of its available resources, especially human resource.
The San Diego Police can be easily reached out at the following Telephone Numbers:
For non-emergencies call 619-531-2000 or 858-484-3154.
In an emergency call 911.
From outside San Diego call 619-531-2065.
Apart from these main calling lines, there exist several dedicated phone lines to quickly and efficiently connect the citizens to various types of criminal offenses that they may be aware of. The division-wise contact information of the different criminal sub-departments of the San Diego Police are as follow:
2501 Imperial Ave., San Diego, CA 92102
9225 Aero Drive, San Diego, CA 92123
4310 Landis St., San Diego, CA 92105
4275 East gate Mall, San Diego, CA 92037
13396 Salmon River Road, San Diego, CA 92129
12592 El Camino Real, San Diego, CA 92130
1120 27th St., San Diego, CA 92154
7222 Skyline Drive, San Diego, CA 92114
5215 Gaines St., San Diego, CA 92110
1401 Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101
Child Abuse 619-531-2260
Crime Analysis 619-531-2413
Crime Free Multi-Housing 619-531-2858
Crime Stoppers 888-580-TIPS
Crisis Intervention 619-446-1014
Domestic Violence 619-533-3500
TTY for Domestic Violence 619-533-3501
Economic Crimes 619-531-2545
Headquarters Front Counter 619-531-2231
Internal Affairs 619-531-2801
Juvenile Services 619-531-2270
Permits & Licensing (Vice Administration) 619-531-2250
Media Services/Public Information 619-531-2900
Missing Persons (Adults Only) 619-531-2277
Missing Juveniles 619-531-2000
Narcotics Unit 619-531-2468
Property and Evidence Unit 619-531-2866
Property and Evidence Unit – Gun Desk 619-531-2774
Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol (RSVP) 619-446-1016
Sex Crimes 619-531-2210
Volunteer Services/Neighborhood Policing 619-446-1017
The official website of the San Diego Police Department can be accessed at https://www.sandiego.gov/police/. The official San Diego Police Department email is firstname.lastname@example.org and one can send their questions pertaining to the San Diego Police recruitment process and other concerns on this email address.