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IN AN EMERGENCY DIAL 911. The goal is to aggregate, when possible, publicly available information that is not routinely distributed through other channels. None of the information is verified as being accurate or correct, but is distributed as it is deemed to be of interest to the recipient.
SEH911 contributors are a group of San Marcos residents, not any single person. SEH911 reports public safety news and information for San Elijo Hills and surrounding areas.
Information provided is primarily from publicly available sources: publicly broadcast radio transmissions, public agency crime reports, eyewitness accounts, and links to third party websites, twitter and facebook feeds.
NO PERSON SHOULD RELY OR ACT ON ANY INFORMATION POSTED. YOU SHOULD VERIFY ALL INFORMATION TO DETERMINE ITS VALIDITY AND ACCURACY.
SEH911.com is a volunteer effort. WE PROVIDE INFORMATION WHEN WE CAN. Information is not 24/7. Understand that we make no warranties, promises, or representations about the timeliness or accuracy of information. Generally, all information known is provided. Any questions about additional information should be sent through e-mail at SEH911.com
We appreciate requests for further involvement and community participation. However, this website is purposefully not affiliated with any particular cause, agency or mission. We will publicly announce/RT information about public safety events affecting residents of San Elijo Hills, which are not of a commercial nature. We will host a webpage for those events at no charge. The facebook and twitter pages are not intended to be used for religious, political, social, or similar debates. Any comments and posts related thereto will be deleted.
QUOTE: (from: http://www.sdsheriff.net/crimeanalysis.html)
Well informed people make better decisions... Timely crime information and a connection to crime prevention resources can help good decisions turn into action that reduces crime...Sheriff's Department data is shared with other agencies and the public via the Automated Regional Justice Information System, known as ARJIS.