Police Dispatch receives 1.2M calls per year that are pretty evenly split between emergency and non-emergencies. Understand what is happening in dispatch, how it is staffed and strategies to improve their service.

Always be aware of your surroundings, vigilant of activity around you, and attentive to individuals approaching, walking purposely and with confidence. 


Print this resource sheet provided by the Pacific Beach Community to have a quick reference for common issues.


DISPATCH UPDATE 

Interested in SDPD?


- ​Try the Obstacle Course

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What's New

The City's Spray and Pay Rewards Program rewards citizens up to $500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of graffiti vandals.​

Crime & Safety Community Events in Pacific Beach & Clairemont

As a Police Recruit, you will be paid to attend the Police Academy and participate in classroom lectures on subjects including: criminal law, laws of arrests, traffic laws and much more.

Volunteer your time

San Diego Police recruiting flyer

Locate your Neighbohood Watch Coordinator by either contacting us or contacting your local SDPD Division and asking for the Community Relations Officer in the Division. 

NEWSLETTER

HOW TO START

San Diego Police recruiting flyer

PUBLIC SAFETY 

Candidates are welcome to practice the PAT every Tuesday/Thursday at 1PM, and every 1st Saturday of the month at 9AM at the SDPD Training Facility, 4230 Spruance Road, San Diego, CA 92101.​

Continuing our Study of understanding Propositions and the Impact on Public Safety.

We Support our Men and Women in Blue - You Can Too

It is an opportunity to volunteer and work towards increasing the safety and security of your home and your community.


SAFETY TIPS

Graffiti Reward Program