Repairs, upgrades, new equipment and vehicles for Chula Vista’s Police Department are being funded by Measure P, helping protect life and property of Chula Vista residents, businesses and visitors and ensuring Chula Vista remains one of the safest cities in the nation.
Energy Efficient Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Unit (includes boilers and chillers) – Complete
Replaced Bulletproof Glass in Jail Cell – Complete
Interior and Exterior LED Lighting – Complete
New Exterior High Speed Roll-Up Door – In Progress
Fire Protection System – In Progress
Building Automation System – In Progress
Body-Worn Cameras, Video Cameras and Equipment – Future
Public Address System Replacement – Future
More About the New Computer Aided Dispatch System The Chula Vista Police Department (CVPD) Dispatch was using a 20-year-old Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system. The ten-year Measure P tax sales measure funded a new PremierOne CAD system. The CAD is a critical component of the 9-1-1 emergency service delivery.
Features of the new $1.4 million CAD system include GPS positioning of patrol personnel ensuring the closest units are dispatched to emergency calls; turn-by-turn navigation showing officers the quickest route to a call; detailed mapping with GPS technologies and real-time remote monitoring; and a modern platform capable of interfacing with portable devices such as tablets and smartphones.