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San Diego Police Department kicks off LGBTQ Safe Place Program

San Diego Police Department kicks off LGBTQ Safe Place Program
Continuing efforts to create safer communities for all, San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit and Mayor Todd Gloria were joined today by Council President Jennifer Campbell, Council President Pro Tem Stephen Whitburn and LGBTQ business and community leaders to launch the San Diego Police Department’s new Safe Place Program.

Missing elderly Hillcrest man found, returned home safely

An 87-year-old Hillcrest resident is safely back at home after being reported missing on Monday.

The San Diego Police department issued an alert on Monday asking for the public’s help in finding Alfred “Al” Carver who suffers from Alzheimer’s and was last seen at about 3 pm in Hillcrest.

San Diego Police warn of threatening telephone hoax

Scary phone scam reported by San Diego Police

San Diego police are warning about a telephone scam wherein the caller threatens harm to people using weaponry if a monetary sum is not paid.

In a press release issued by the SDPD on Wednesday, they say a number of complaints have recently come into the department describing the same tactic.

Police investigating suspicious item left in Hillcrest

Police investigating a suspicious package in Hillcrest.

Police have sectioned off the block in front of Flicks nightclub at about 2:30 pm on Tuesday.  

University Avenue is currently inaccessible to traffic between Vermont Street and 10th Avenue.

San Diego Gay and Lesbian News reached out to the San Diego Police Department.  

La Jolla gunman was 'relaxing and shooting people' poolside

Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman approaches crime scene where a gunman shot eight people, one fatally.

A gunman who appeared relaxed, opened fire at a birthday pool party in a La Jolla apartment complex last night, killing one person and injuring several others reports San Diego police.

'We Exist' documentary features SDPD officer Christine Garcia

SDPD officer Christine Garcia is featured in new documentary about trans heroes.

Documentary film maker Isley Reust is trying to educate the public about the lives of influential transgender men and women around the world. The focus is less on what people see on the outside, rather the intricate details and feelings these folks have to deal with on the inside.

“We Exist” is a 10 episode documentary series hosted by Ruest and directed by Tony Minas.