Small Police Station in Pacific Beach Near the Crime Zones.
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Pacific Beach and Mission beach combined have over 70,000 residents, and estimated over 5,000 homeless. The meth and homeless problem has given way to a underbelly of crime and theft that sustains a vagrant community in and about the town, both affecting residents and tourists alike, contributing to the downward spiral that has taken effect in the town. With more businesses vacant than ever, and more and more junkies robbing people, it's clear a police station and increased presence of patrol cars and officers on-foot on a regular basis as permanent fixtures is needed to see and respond to what the residents and tourists see on a regular basis - rampant meth dealing and usage, theft in plain view, known "chop shops" for stolen bikes, higher than average rates of car theft, public urination and defecation, and problems with gang related stabbings. A local recently reported an active burglary and the police could not respond to the scene for hours. This is simply unacceptable for a place that is supposed to be a beach destination for America's finest city, when an actual local police station would make such a major difference.
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