The San Diego Police Department offers a variety of services to support the public. Here's where you can learn about the types of services offered directly by SDPD or useful links to services related to police activities, but outside of SDPD operations.
Keep the phone lines clear for emergencies. Know when you should call 9-1-1.
File a police report online, in person or by calling the non-emergency line.
Request a copy of a police report.
Know what to do if you’re in a traffic collision, how to obtain an accident report and take care of tickets you may have received.
Notify SDPD of an abandoned vehicle.
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Learn how to report and recognize signs of child abuse.
Contact information for crimes not within SDPD’s jurisdiction.
Learn how to report and access resources for domestic violence victims.
Learn how to recogninize, report and access resources for elder or dependent abuse victims.
Learn how to report and access resources for financial crimes, including identity theft, credit card fraud and computer crimes
Protect yourself or your family by filing for a temporary restraining order.
Help someone in need that is experiencing homelessness.
Learn about how to report and prevent crimes against children that are carried out online.
Grant SDPD access to your property if someone is found trespassing.
Report a person who is missing or at-risk.
Get permits for your home, business or a special event in a City park or on City property.
Request additional patrol in your community.
Learn how to report and access resources for sexual assault victims.
Learn what is needed to submit a U Visa Nonimmigrant Certification request.
Request a security check on your home while you're away.
Find a vehicle that may have been towed by the City of San Diego.
Preventing and reporting vehicle thefts or break-ins.
Request a regular check on an elderly or physically challenged person who lives alone.