MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF
To provide greater transparency, build trust, and enhance community engagement, the Chula Vista Police Department is proud to be one of the first law enforcement agencies in the United States to participate in the White House Open Data Initiative. In this program, we are expanding the types of information we already share with our community.
Beyond the initiative, we are always looking for ways to stay engaged with the community and empower the residents and visitors to learn more about what we do to keep our community safe. Through our dashboards, we continuously share information focused on key community concerns. Dashboards are the latest technology for data sharing. It allows the user to access content in an interactive way. With this new flexibility, users can customize their research based on the specific needs.
We encourage you to visit the site often since we are continuously working on ways to share new content.
Internal and Administrative Data:
- Department demographics
- Citizen complaints
- Officer involved shooting incidents
- Press Log
- 2019 Resident Opinion survey
Special Studies and Crime & Disorder Data:
- Crime and Community Safety dashboards
- Special Studies Dashboards
- Traffic Collisions
- Transient Activity
Program related dashboards:
We will continue to add information on our website as it is identified through community feedback. Please contact Captain Vern Sallee at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments. We believe our participation in the Open Data Initiative will strengthen the positive relationship between the Chula Vista Police Department and the community we serve.
Roxana Kennedy, Chief of Police
Chula Vista Police Department
White House Police Data Initiative Information: