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Reporting Hotlines

Reporting Hotlines

The District uses P3 Global Intel for reporting anonymous community crime tips. In addition to P3 Global Intel being a link from our District webpage, the District also has the P3 button located just to the right of the website address bar on every District-issued student and staff Chromebook. Both of these sources enable the public to share information with Crime Stoppers programs, Law Enforcement entities, schools, and large corporations around the world.

If you have crime or safety-related information that may be deemed useful in our community, please submit a tip via one of these two sources, or download the P3 Tips App (Apple or Google). Your anonymity is protected at all times. In many cases, your information may be eligible for a reward offered by a local program.

Additional Hotlines

Students Speaking Out is a program of San Diego County Crime Stoppers a community-based nonprofit organization (501c3). 

The mission of Students Speaking Out is to empower young people to use their voices to make schools and communities safer. We believe that students can make a difference in bringing an end to senseless violence and dangerous activities that interfere with young people achieving their dreams. More information is available here. 

San Diego Crime StoppersThe mission of San Diego County Crime Stoppers Inc. is to partner with local law enforcement agencies, the media, and the public to help solve felony crimes anonymously.

San Diego County Crime Stoppers Inc. provides three ways that the public can submit tips anonymously to report on felony crimes; they can submit a tip via our website. Crime Stoppers combats the three major problems law enforcement faces in gathering information; fear of reprisal, apathy, and reluctance to get involved. More information is available here.