Harbor PoliceThe San Diego Harbor Police Department is the premier police presence in San Diego Bay, the San Diego International Airport (also known as Lindbergh Field), and on all Tidelands around the bay. Our jurisdiction extends through the five member cities of the Port District, which include San Diego, Chula Vista, Coronado, Imperial Beach, and National City.

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Detective Named Port’s Harbor Police Officer of the Year

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Mike DyewebDetective Michael Dye has been named the Port of San Diego's 2013 Harbor Police Officer of the Year, earning the department's highest honor for his role in several prominent cases.

Detective Dye had an extremely productive year. He helped apprehend individuals in hotel room burglaries and thefts at the San Diego International Airport. His investigations resulted in convictions and the return of several thousands of dollars' worth of property.

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Port Mooring Goes Digital with New Online Service for Boaters

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Screen Shot_2013-05-22_at_4.42.27_PMBoaters visiting San Diego can now reserve a slip even before dropping anchor and setting foot on land. The San Diego Harbor Police Department has launched an online service as a convenience for recreational boaters and visitors to San Diego Bay. Previously, the only ways to request a slip were to initially dock and reserve in-person or to place a call, while availability was first-come, first served.

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Harbor Police Enter Joint Training Partnership with Port of Los Angeles Police

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chiefs2In an effort to strengthen its security role for the Port of San Diego, the Harbor Police Department has formed a new training partnership with its fellow law enforcement officers at the Port of Los Angeles.

Harbor Police Chief John Bolduc signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Chief of the Port of Los Angeles Port Police Department, Ronald J. Boyd, on Friday, April 5. The signing ceremony was held at the Harbor Police Department's Shelter Island substation, 1401 Shelter Island Drive in San Diego. Officers from the Harbor Police, the Port of L.A., the Port of Long Beach, and the Coast Guard, were all on hand at the ceremony.

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