The San Diego Police Department shares real-time information on gang homicides so former gang members can work to stop retaliation – starting at the hospital.
Most of the city’s top mayoral contenders showed up at a police-sponsored forum on Tuesday pledging to bolster police compensation and resources. Then there was former City Attorney Mike Aguirre, whose message was much different.
Councilwoman Marti Emerald, who chairs the City Council’s public safety subcommittee, claimed the police department is losing far more officers than it actually is.
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Mayor Bob Filner didn’t have much time to follow through on his numerous campaign promises.
Lawrence McKinney, one of three black officers to take a top post at the San Diego Police Department, retires Thursday. He reflects on the headway made on race relations in the mid-city community.
How response times are calculated, why CPR matters, the neighborhoods most at risk and more.
A Point Loma brewery owner claimed San Diego police protest every new liquor license in the city.
City officials and police leaders act as if a five-year plan for the Police Department has been approved, but it’s still in limbo under the mayor’s microscope.