The president of the NAACP San Diego Branch Saturday criticized the proposal to de-escalate confrontational law enforcement situations adopted Wednesday by the San Diego County Police Chiefs and Sheriff's Association.
It is 1850, and your group is observing everything about the physical world that surrounds you, including beautiful pine trees. Among them is the Torrey pine, already known to the Kumeyaay tribe and early settlers in the area for its piñon nut.
San Diego officials are projecting they’ll take in less property tax revenues based on predictions of a rise in tax delinquencies and in foreclosures linked to the pandemic. Property tax, the city’s largest and most consistent revenue stream,
We asked the San Diego mayor, city attorney, City Council, and all the mayoral, city attorney and council candidates about the future of San Diego policing. But maybe, just maybe, something has changed now.
How much money should the mayor and City Council spend on the San Diego Police Department? For starters, I oppose getting rid of SDPD; the suggestion is impractical, counter to our best interests and a political non-starter.
How do we ensure the San Diego Police Department acts as peace officers working for the citizens of San Diego, regardless of color? It starts with tangible policy changes like those proposed in the “8 Can’t Wait” campaign.
Having seven or more COVID outbreaks in the community in a span of seven days is one of three triggers elevated above the rest, and Dr. Wilma Wooten, the county’s public health officer, said Friday that there are already four on the docket.