Law enforcement agencies in today's environment find it difficult to cope with the magnitude of crime without the evolved support of business, media and community. Since 1981, the San Diego County Crime Commission has built public awareness about the impact of crime on community life and has served as a vehicle for citizen involvement in the fight against crime on many fronts. Working cooperatively with citizen and public agencies, the commission provides educational programs with volunteer efforts by citizens of the community.

The San Diego County Crime Commission is a non-profit organization funded solely by private contributions and it invites membership from the community at large. We can achieve great things!

Jim Hill

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If you are community minded and want to make a difference we ask you to join the San Diego Crime Commission. Clicked here for an application.

The San Diego Crime Commission — About Us


Since its inception in 1981, the San Diego Crime Commission has built public awareness about the impact of crime on community life. It has served as a vehicle for citizen involvement in the fight against crime on its many fronts.


Working cooperatively with citizens and public agencies, the Commission seeks to find solutions to problems within the criminal justice system. It seeks to develop educational programs and volunteer efforts by citizens of the community.


The Commission is focusing on a wide range of issues including border crimes, street gangs, drug abuse by youths, investment fraud, courts and jails, car theft and educating the business community and senior citizens in crime detection and prevention.


Our prime commitment is to education: to educate our youth to avoid the deadly trap of drugs; to educate our senior citizens to the many efforts to defraud them in one way or another; to educate the general public about the nature of crime in today's society and what we can do about it. Law enforcement in our communities will be no better than the full cooperation of all elements of citizens, businesses, media and schools make it.


We serve as a liaison and catalyst in the law enforcement community, helping to bring together the various elements and calling attention to problems and opportunities not otherwise addressed.


You Can Help


The San Diego Crime Commission is recognized by the State of California and the IRS as a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization. The Commission is funded solely by membership fees and contributions from individuals and businesses that are supportive of its programs and goals.


The Commission invites membership from the community at large. Membership is open to anyone who is a person of integrity and good reputation, and who is interested in furthering the objectives of the Crime Commission.


We welcome reaction. Let us have your comments and suggestions. Contact us via this web site or at 619-297-7271 for more information.







The San Diego Crime Commission Mission Statement


Incorporated in 1981 and in full operation by 1983, the San Diego Crime Commission has built public awareness about the impact of crime on community life and has served as a vehicle for citizen involvement in the fight against crime on its many fronts.


Working cooperatively with citizens and public agencies, the Commission provides educational programs with volunteer efforts by citizens of the community. Currently, the Commission is focusing on a wide range of issues including:


Peace Officers Memorial

Blue Knight Annual Award Program

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Women In Blue

32nd Annual Law Enforcement  Officers’ Memorial Ceremony Photo Gallery


Senior Volunteers Awards Luncheon

Thursday  July 21st 2016
11:30 am- 1:30 pm
Four Points by Sheraton
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Distinguished Service Awards Luncheon
Honoring Chief Adolfo Gonzales

Thursday  June 16th, 2016
11:30 am - Lunch 12:00pm
The Butcher Shop Steak House
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RSVP Awards 2016 Disitinquished Service Award 2016

Jim Hill Says, “Get ready for the ‘Battle
of the Badges’
.. Coming June 18th at
Sheraton Four Points”. Click Here for Details

Latino Police Officers Association

MEMBER LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT