Carmel Valley: New captain coming to SDPD Northwestern Division

The San Diego Police Department, Northwestern Division, recently announced that Captain Miguel Rosario has been transferred and a new captain, Albert Guaderrama, is assuming command. A letter to the community was released as follows:

“Dear Citizens of Northwestern Division,
For the past 15 months, Captain Miguel Rosario has commanded the Northwestern Division, which includes the neighborhoods of Carmel Valley, Del Mar Heights, North City, Torrey Pines Preserve, Black Mountain Ranch, Del Sur, Torrey Highlands and Sorrento Valley. Captain Rosario has worked tirelessly by providing the very best service to the residents and workers of Northwestern Division via community meetings, advisory boards, forums and a large email tree with hundreds of residents signed on. Captain Rosario has made it his goal and mission statement, to reduce crime by building a solid relationship and partnership with the community.

“Captain Rosario is now being transferred to Southern Division to serve the community members there. (Duty calls.) His leadership will be missed, but it will be filled immediately by incoming Captain Albert Guaderrama. Captain Rosario would like to thank all of those in the community who supported him as he commanded the Northwestern Division.”

Adrian Lee, Community Relations Officer
San Diego P.D. NW Division

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  3. Popular communications officer leaves Northwestern Division
  4. New captain greets community
  5. Summer safety tips offered from Northwestern Division

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