From Northern Division, SDPD: Community Update June 3, 2020

Courtesy of Barbara Gellman, Neighborhood Watch Coordinator for University City: This response after my email to Captain Matt Novak, Northern Division, asking for reassurance for our community.
Hi Barbara, 
Please reassure the community that we are keeping track of all protests and threats to the public. We have additional  officers working around the clock in Northern Division and throughout the rest the city that can respond and handle any situation that might come up. I can assure you that the city and northern division have the resources in place to protect the community.

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Emergency, life threatening , or crime in progress:

  • Police Emergency: call 9-1-1
  • Fire/Rescue or Medical Emergency: call 9-1-1

Non-emergency Police: 

  • Suspicious behavior, solicitors, noise complaint, report crime-not-in-progress: contact SDPD Non-Emergency at 619-531-2000
  • Online Report non-emergency:

Northern Division:

  • or 858-552-1700

Northern Division’s Community Relations Officer:

  • Inland communities – Officer Melanie Bognuda at at  858-552-1703
  • Coastal communities – Officer Brandon Broaddus at or 858-552-1631

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