On December 20th, the Foundation along with Ben Macias of Community Facility Transportation (CFT) provided gifts to 16 families with 36 children as part of connecting with the community. We give thanks to Donny’s Café located at 3901 Bonita Rd., in Bonita, for allowing us to use their parking lot for this important give away.
On November 23, members of the San Diego District Attorney Investigator Association (SDDAIA) teamed up with the San Diego Police Department in partnership with the NLPOA, Paseo Del Rey Church, Maranatha Church, Church 180, Love Thy Neighbor, Coordinated Fleet Services, District Attorney Office and the Officers of SDPD Central Division and Southern Division to give away 75 turkeys and canned goods to the community. SDDAIA Member Marcus Macias demonstrates how this caring act is just another exam...
SDDAIA donated $1,732.00 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation with your help, Thank you!
Thursday, 01 January 1970
In 2017 the San Diego District Attorney Investigators Association started the Pink Patches Project in an effort to raise awareness for breast cancer. In 2020 we added cloth Pink Badges to our supply.
We are happy to announce on November 12th we were able to donate a check for $1732.00 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Thank you to everyone who helped with the project by purchasing patches.
We will be keeping this project active and still have a supply of patches and clo...
**Originally Posted FRIDAY, 28 AUGUST 2020Families in Motion is a collaborative program designed to help educate teens and their parents on issues confronting teenagers today.At the conclusion of the program, both teens and parents receive a certificate of participation, and students may also receive community service credit. The students were provided with a $25.00 gift certificate from the San Diego District Attorney Investigator's Association for their hard work.
**Originally Posted WEDNESDAY, 29 APRIL 2020
San Diego Police Department Officer Dan Walters passed away after succumbing to complications of a gunshot wound sustained on November 12, 2003.
Walters and his partner were backing up another officer when the suspect shot Walters in the neck at point-blank range. A passing vehicle inadvertently struck Walters, causing additional injuries. It was later determined at the hospital that he had become paralyzed from the neck down.
**Originally Posted THURSDAY, 13 FEBRUARY 2020SDDAIA member Todd Brehart participates in another community outreach program. Starting the relationship with the youngest members of our community will build our relationships down the road to keep our communities safe.