I am honored to serve as Chula Vista's Chief of Police and hope that you will consider supporting our foundation efforts. As a non-profit organization, our police foundation provides grants to the Chula Vista Police Department for specialized equipment, training and programs not funded by the City's budget. Some of these programs include K9, SWAT, Tactical Operations, School Resource Officer, Explorers and Senior Volunteer Patrol.
In addition, the Chula Vista Police Foundation is able to support programs that assist families and children in our community. For example, last year thousands of underprivileged children received new shoes and socks and over 400 South Bay Families received gifts and meals during the holiday season. Please help us continue to support these worthwhile programs through your generous contributions. Every person can make a difference, no matter how big or small, as long as we have a common goal in mind. Your donations, in any amount, can be made with a monthly campaign pledge. Together we can make the difference we all want to see in our community. Thank you in advance for your support. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE VIDEO OF THE CHIEF'S MESSAGE >
Chula Vista Police Foundation
The Chula Vista Police Foundation is an independent 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization providing support for efforts that enhance police/community relations, crime prevention and public safety through grant funding for specialized equipment, training, and cooperative community programs. All of which receive limited funding. It is governed by volunteer directors. Your contribution to the Police Foundation is tax-deductible. All of which receive limited funding. Please click on the "Be a Chula Vista Crime Fighter" button - and make a difference for our community.
The Chula Vista Police Foundation received over $150,000 from corporate and individual donations in calendar year 2014. Our partnerships with the community have made the following accomplishments possible. READ MORE >>
On April 2, 2015, Chief Bejarano held a press conference regarding the Chula Vista Police Department’s Body Worn Camera program. Chief Bejarano said city funds and contributions from community groups helped the department cover the purchase of body worn cameras and associated storage costs. During the press conference, Chief Bejarano thanked the following sponsors – Sutherland Group, SDG&E/Sempra Energy, Community Health Group, Sea World, ASIS, McMillin Realty and Patti McKelvey for their generous contributions to help support the Body Worn Camera program.. READ MORE >>
315 Fourth Ave.
Chula Vista, CA 91910
U.S. Olympic Training Center
Chula Vista, CA 91915
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Contact Capt. Kennedy at (619) 691-5218 for more information