Commission on Gang Prevention and Intervention
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Local houses of worship have programs for your youth. We have provided information for you research what best fits your family. Church Youth Programs List.
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For details about how San Diego documents gang members, please read: Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Gang Documentation.
Graffiti is not art; it is vandalism. It is prohibited when done without permission of the property owner. Furthermore, San Diego Municipal Code Section 54.0405 requires that property owners keep all walls, buildings, fences, signs and other structures and surfaces visible from the public right-of-way free of graffiti.
In November 2000, the San Diego City Council amended the City's Graffiti Ordinance to revise the official definition of "graffiti" as follows:
"Graffiti means any unauthorized inscription, word, figure, picture, or design that is sprayed, marked, cut, posted, pasted or otherwise affixed, drawn or painted on any surface of public or private property."
To report graffiti in progress, please call 9-1-1 and visit the Reporting Graffiti web page for details on rewards for reporting graffiti.
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Job opportunities from our community partners in the area of prevention and intervention.