Dear Supporters of La Jolla Safety and interested Community Members: We are writing to update everybody on the status of the nonprofit organization and its attempts to launch a private security patrol in La Jolla neighborhoods. Contributions from many of you have been received and they are sincerely appreciated. The nonprofit organization has also received[…]
We’re pleased to advise that the IRS finally determined in late November 2016 that La Jolla Safety, Inc. met all necessary requirements for tax exempt status under IRC Section 501(c)(3). This is great news because it means that in connection with the organization’s charitable endeavors, donors will be able to get tax deductions for contributions[…]
Unfortunately, this crime happened yesterday morning, November 30th at 5:30 AM on 100 Coast Blvd. All four wheels of this Mercedes were stolen. – These crimes are far to frequent in our community. Be sure to click the “ACT NOW” link to help in support of our community and stop crimes like this.
La Jolla Light Article on Nov. 16th 2016
Private security: La Jolla Safety, a nonprofit corporation, continues to explore a private security option. “Fineman added that much of what Bird Rock experiences is considered “low priority crime” and out of reach to the understaffed San Diego Police Department. “We’re in the process of vetting private security companies that suit our needs,” he said.[…]
La Jolla safety directors Ron Fineman and John Buche paid a visit to one of the security companies, Security First, looking to provide private services to La Jolla Safety. The officers showed us their facilities based in El Cajon including the Dispatch Call Center, Officer continuing education classroom, explained background and drug screening of safety[…]