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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt said,

“We must scrupulously guard the civil rights and civil liberties of all citizens, whatever their background. We must remember that any oppression, any injustice, any hatred is a wedge disguised to attack our civilization.”

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This little map shows the difference between the City of San Diego and San Diego county.
The city is the two red pieces, the county is the rest
San Diego City and County

San Diego County map: San Diego City (red, split)
San Diego County (white, with other city boundaries outlined and in gray)
Inset map: California (tan, with county boundaries), San Diego County (red, at bottom)

KFMB San Diego Channel 8 Video: Crimetracker maps prostitution along El Cajon Blvd.

Aug 19 2009 — The News 8 CrimeFighters ran the numbers for prostitution arrests over the past three months in North Park and Normal Heights within a one-mile radius of the intersection of El Cajon Boulevard and Interstate 805.

Our Crimetracker map (see video at link) shows 107 arrests for prostitution, all within the past 90 days. Close to 20 of those arrests were clustered near Idaho Street and El Cajon Boulevard.

San Diego police say most of their enforcement is complaint-driven. The Department works with several nonprofit groups with a goal of cleaning up the sex trade along the boulevard.

San Diego Police Non-Emergency (619) 531-2000

Graffiti: The City’s Spray and Pay Rewards Program rewards citizens up to $500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of graffiti vandals. Spray and Pay Rewards Program brochures and claim forms are available at San Diego Police Department storefronts and satellite offices or by contacting the Graffiti Control Program hotline at (619) 525-8522.

You can complete and print the Claim for Reward Form (PDF: 7K) then send the completed form to:

Office of the City Attorney
Spray and Pay Program
1200 Third Avenue, Suite 700
San Diego, CA 92101

Graffiti vandalism is a crime which degrades a community and destroys community morale. If you see a graffiti crime in progress, call 911. To be eligible for a reward through the program you must disclose your name. After submitting a claim form you will be notified of the status of your claim. If rejected, you will be notified. However, if accepted, rewards will only be granted after the suspect is convicted or confesses. In some cases, it may take up to a year from the date of the incident before you receive your reward. Remember the amount is up to $500. The amount of reward will be decided on a case by case basis and may take into consideration the amount of property damage involved.