SANDAG oversees the Automated Regional Justice Information System (ARJIS), a complex criminal justice enterprise network used by more than 60 local, state, and federal agencies throughout San Diego and Imperial counties. ARJIS includes a robust mobile program that provides public safety personnel with access to critical data in the field, including: warrants and photos; crime and sex offender mapping; crime analysis and statistical reporting; and an enterprise system of applications that help users solve crimes and identify offenders.
Regional Crime Mapping System
Regional crime maps provide incident data for all criminal cases, arrests, and citations in San Diego County. Maps can be viewed in either satellite or road map view. To search, enter an address or a location in the ‘Search’ box and select a date range. The crimes will be compiled in a report format and shown as a graph, which can be shared and useful for Neighborhood Watch groups. The system also provides links to crime prevention services at local police agencies. Subscribe to get automated email alerts of crimes in your neighborhood.
The most recent 180 days of San Diego regional crime data are available for download on the Open Data Portal and are updated weekly on Wednesdays. If you do not see a crime that you know occurred, please note that each incident must be approved and entered as an official report by the contributing agency before it is uploaded to the website. Some sensitive crimes (e.g., crimes involving children) may not be available in order to protect the privacy of victims.
Data for the regional crime mapping system is provided by reports taken by police agencies in San Diego County, including: the San Diego County Sheriff (contract cities and unincorporated areas), the nine city policy departments in the County (Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Coronado, Escondido, El Cajon, La Mesa, National City, Oceanside, San Diego), and the San Diego Harbor Police.