Jay Moser

Jay is a Sergeant with the San Diego Police Department and is currently assigned to Southeastern Division, where he supervises the Juvenile Services Team of two detectives and five officers. Jay and his team are responsible for investigating all crimes committed by juvenile offenders in the communities of Southeastern San Diego. Jay heads the Collaborative Curfew Sweeps, using a community policing model in which volunteers from the community, faith-based organizations, schools, juvenile probation officers, and police officers proactively deal with juvenile crime to bring safety to the community through providing diversion programs and parenting classes as an alternative to the court system. Jay has a baccalaureate degree in public administration and over thirty years of law enforcement experience.

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