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Find crime stats for your neighborhood

Know what’s happening in your neighborhood. There are two great ways to find out information about crimes and police activity in your neighborhood. 

The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) established the Automated Regional Justice Information System (ARJIS), which offers tools to the public regarding crime data and other information in the county. You can search by city and there are crime mapping tools, access to Megan’s Law inquiries, and other information. Go to to find out more. 

The other great tool for finding out what type of police activity is occurring in your neighborhood is My Neighborhood Update. Many different law enforcement agencies, including the Escondido Police, share data with the website on police calls for service and proactive stops. Ever wonder why the police were in the neighborhood? Visit and search for Escondido, CA.

One response to “Find crime stats for your neighborhood”

  1. Robert Daumiller says:

    Was reviewing the paper. At the end is a section that is written in Spanish. This is nuts. My grandparents came from Europe and they learned English immediately. Anyone present in America, let alone Escondido, that speaks only Spanish is illegally present. Even if you agree with the presence of illegals, why not make them learn English? You cannot have unity and education with disparate languages. So much for the vaunted “inclusiveness” I keep seeing.

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