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San Diego, CA 92101
FIGHTING CRIME MEANS STAYING INFORMED
Information is a powerful weapon in the fight against crime. As our partner, you’ll find all the latest news right here.
SDPD Lends a Hand
Officer Eric Mallory made the news recently, showing that sometimes good deeds are noticed. Uber driver Jessica Mikkola caught a photo of Officer Mallory helping an elderly San Diegan reunite with his family. You can watch the piece here.
In Case of Non-Emergency
The Police Foundation would like to remind you that you have options if you feel the need to report an incident, but don’t feel that it’s a true emergency.
San Diego Police Department’s non-emergency number is (619) 531-2000.
You can also report crimes anonymously to Crimestoppers. If you have information about a crime, follow these steps:
Do you have information about a crime?
In the case of emergency, please call 9-1-1
Tips submitted through this website are encrypted, entirely confidential, completely anonymous and are immediately processed by San Diego County Crime Stoppers.
Call in Anonymous Tips
1. Call 1-888-580-8477
2. Remove the call from your call log
Anonymously Text Crime Tips
To send a text tip to Crime Stoppers follow these steps:
1. Text to 274637
2. Type “SDTips” at the beginning of your text message
3. Type your message including as much detail as possible including name, address, vehicle, and a clear description of the crime to ensure the tip can be effectively investigated
4. You will receive a text with a Crime Stoppers code– keep this code, it will identify you when you pick up your reward.
To find out about the status of your tip, call our tipline in about a month to find out if you are eligible for a reward with your code number.
5. Delete your message from your outbox
Women in Blue in the Press
Women in Blue 2016 has received some fantastic press recently. You can read about the event in San Diego Magazine as well as the San Diego Business Journal. Congratulations to our 2016 Honorees: Detective Tammy Clendenen, Beverly Harris, and Officer Suzy de la Peña!
11-Year-Old Boy Honors Police
In this story from CBS Evening News, a young boy gives up his birthday party to thank police officers for all they do. You can see a clip and read the story here.