Updates to “Get It Done” for reporting “Encampments”


From the San Diego Police Department: The “Get It Done” application has received a few updates; one of which is great for us at the Police Department. There is now an “Encampment” tab under the “Other” category. It is now a much easier and faster reporting process to report a canyon encampment. Just follow the new sub-tabs to provide officers with more helpful information so that police officers can respond with the appropriate resources to address the issue.

From Get it Done FAQ’s: What happens when I report an encampment?  Get It Done allows you to report a non-emergency concern involving an encampment. Encampments could be a temporary dwelling and/or accumulation of belongings blocking a sidewalk or located within public open space or private property. Encampments may be occupied or unoccupied. Once you report an encampment, your report will be routed to the Neighborhood Policing Division of the San Diego Police Department or the City’s Environmental Services Department. It may take up to 72 hours for your report to be reviewed. Note: As always, emergencies should be reported to 9-1-1. Other non-emergencies should be reported to the San Diego Police Department (SDPD) at 619-531-2000.

For more information, to report an issue using Get It Done, or to download the app visit https://www.sandiego.gov/get-it-done

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