Courts and Police
SANDAG provides research and analysis services to support agencies in their efforts to increase the effectiveness and accessibility of their services through the implementation of public opinion surveys.
Current Courts and Police Projects
An evaluation of efforts by the Department of Child Support services to combine parenting time visitation and child support orders.
Assesses San Diego Community Court clients on their risk and needs in advance of a planned expansion.
Past Courts and Police Projects
An evaluation of San Diego homeless shelter programs.
The Regional Auto Theft Task Force was formed in response to rising motor vehicle theft rates.
An evaluation of efforts to combat violent and gang-related crime through increased collaboration and communication.
A two-year evaluation of efforts to target crime stemming from our international border.
Evaluated and documented the activities of the Guardian Angels citizen crime prevention organization.
Using technology to better document graffiti and identify and convict the most prolific regional offenders.
Worked with the U.S. Attorney’s office and other partners to document gun-related crime in the region.
This project provided a continuum of services with the goal of reducing gang activity in communities with high rates of gang violence.
A comprehensive assessment of gang issues along the “78 Corridor” in the North San Diego County.
This project involved conducting the process and impact evaluation of the efforts made by the San Diego Sheriff's Department to reduce motor vehicle theft in the City of Santee.
This project consisted of an assessment of the nature and scope of burglary and burglars in Chula Vista.
Developed and administered a survey to determine court users' opinions on accessibility to facilities and services.
A survey of Chula Vista residents' perceptions of crime in their city.
A public opinion survey of residents in the service areas of the San Diego County Sheriff's Department.