Beginning Monday, May 14, 2012, all registrations will be done by APPOINTMENT ONLY. You will need to call 619-336-4400 Monday-Thursday from 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM to schedule your appointment.
Appointment times are:
9:00 AM 1:00 PM
9:30 AM 1:30 PM
10:00 AM 2:00 PM
10:30 AM 2:30 PM
11:00 AM 3:00 PM
11:30 AM 3:30 PM
The Records Division/Business Office for the National City Police Department will be closed on Thursday December 23rd, Monday December 27th and Thursday December 30th.
The Records Division/Business Office will be open for business from Monday through Wednesday, December 20th – 22nd and Tuesday through Wednesday, December 28th – 29th.
On August 23, 2010, the National City Police Department distributed over $2500.00 in school supplies to National City’s elementary schools. The school supplies were obtained through generous donations from local retailers, the National City Police Department, and the National City Police Officers Association. Police Chief Adolfo Gonzales led several officers, who were accompanied by members of the San Diego Low-rider Community, on a caravan todeliver the school supplies to the 10 elementary schools in National City on the first day of the school year.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of National City will hold a Public Hearing after the hour of 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 in the City Council Chambers, Civic Center, 1243 National City Blvd., National City Ca., to consider A PROPOSAL TO INSTALL RED LIGHT CAMERAS AT VARIOUS INTERSECTIONS THROUGHOUT THE CITY. Anyone interested in this matter may appear at the above time and place and be heard. If you challenge the nature of the proposed action in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the undersigned, or to the City Council at, or prior to, the public hearing — M. Dalla, City Clerk
The National City Police Department and South Bay Community Services have teamed up to provide a Homeless Outreach Program to the homeless individuals who frequent National City. A Homeless Outreach Liaison will work closely with the City’s homeless population in an effort to provide crisis intervention and community resources such as shelter, long term housing, medical services referrals, drug and alcohol treatment program referrals, etc…. The Homeless Outreach Liaison may be contacted via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On September 23, 2008, the National City Police Department applied for a three-year Children Exposed to Domestic Violence (CEDV) grant through the State of California. The grant provides the National City Police Department funding to assist in providing a more comprehensive police response to domestic violence cases that occur within National City. The grant was approved by the City Council at the May 19, 2009 City Council meeting. The grant pays for 1/2 of the salary of one police officer assigned full-time to follow up on domestic violence cases involving children in the household. The remainer of the officer’s salary will come from the National City Police Department’s budget. The grant also covers any equipment needs, such as laptop computers, as well as any training needs for the officer assigned to the program.
In addition, the grant provides funding for the National City Police Department to sub-contract with South Bay Community Services for one full-time victim advocate to complete follow-up responses to domestic violence cases in National City in which children are involved or in the household. As well as funding to pay 1/4 of the salary for a clerk from South Bay Community Services. The grant funding also partially covers reimbursement for one full-time Social Worker from the San Diego County Department of Social Services. The remainder of the salary for the Social Worker comes out of the County Department of Social Services budget.
The City of National City and the National City Police Department recognize the positive impact the business community has on our City and thus has created a Business Liaison Program. The focus of this program is to enhance the partnership with City Government and the Business Community, to resolve conflict and quality of life issues affecting the business community in National City.
The program is comprised of four police officers and a supervisor from the Community Services Division. The duties of the officers assigned to the Business Liaison Program are collateral to their regular duties. Officers assignned to the Business Liaison Program are an additional resource to help businesses address issues of a chronic nature, such as illegal dumping, graffiti, loitering, prostitution, homelessness, building and street issues, as well as making recommendations for security enhancements in and around businesses. The officers in the Business Liaison Program work hand-in-hand with community businesses and business groups such as the National City Chamber of Commerce, Mile of Cars Association, Westfield Plaza Bonita Shopping Center, Morgan Square District, Highand Avenue Business Association, and others. National City patrol officers will continue to provide routine patrol and handling of calls for service.
National City Mayor Ron Morrison stated, “As a City Government, we are committed to using all the resources available to make National City the shopping and dining destination for our region.”
Business Liaison Officers can be contacted through the Police Department’s Community Services supervisor – Sergeant Mike Harlan at (619) 336-4423 or Mharlan@nationalcityca.gov.
In an effort to provide the best service possible to the citizens and visitors of National City, the National City Police Department now offers copies of Traffic Collision Reports online. In order to obtain a copy of a traffic collision report, you must have the case number, last name of one of the involved parties and the date of the collision. Copies of traffic collision reports cost $16.00 using this service. Copies of Traffic Collision Reports are available for purchase online by clicking here.
Officer Javier Cornejo assisted KGTV Channel 10 News with an undercover story focused on whether children would choose to help a stranger in need. The video of this news story can be viewed at the KGTV Channel 10 News website here.
Officers from the National City Police Department conducted a “Zero Tolerance” DUI/Driver’s License checkpoint in National City on Friday evening, March 6, 2009. The purpose of the checkpoint was for the Police Department to make the roadways safer for everyone.
The DUI enforcement operation was part of the NCPD’s DUI Enforcement and Awareness project, a two-year grant funded operation with the overall objective of reducing the number of motor vehicle injuries and fatalities in National City. Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Safety Administration.
The DUI/Driver’s License checkpoint ran from 8:00pm to 11:30pm. Officers made two arrests for DUI, wrote 20 citations, and impounded 22 vehicles for various vehicle code violations.