Assistant City Attorney
Angie Reddish-Day has dedicated her entire legal career to the City Attorney’s Office, serving for more than fifteen years under the leadership of four successive City Attorneys. Ms. Reddish-Day has worked and served in leadership roles in nearly every unit of the Criminal Division, and in the Police Legal Advisory Unit of the Civil Division. She began her career in the Criminal Division in 1996, working in the Trial Unit, the Appellate Unit, and as a Senior Deputy in the Domestic Violence Unit for several years. She then promoted to the Civil Division and performed a broad array of advisory and litigation work for the San Diego Police Department, working closely with both civilian and sworn employees. In 2005, Ms. Reddish-Day returned to the Criminal Division as the Chief Deputy in the Neighborhood Prosecution Unit, expanding the Unit’s reach into Southern Division while also managing various problem-solving projects, community courts, the prosecution of chronic offenders, and community outreach efforts. She was also instrumental in securing federal funding to launch the Beach Area Community Court, now a national model for community courts. Ms. Reddish-Day then returned to the Domestic Violence Unit, transitioning into a role as the liaison to the Family Justice Center to improve case processing and outcomes. For much of 2011, she was assisting with special projects and the general operation of the Criminal Division. In 2012, Ms. Reddish-Day was promoted to Assistant City Attorney, to lead the Criminal Division in partnership with Marlea Dell’Anno. Ms. Reddish-Day received her undergraduate degree in 1990 from the University of Colorado and her Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law in 1996.