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Misty Cedrun

Head of the Domestic Violence Unit

San Diego Police Department

HQ Phone:  (619) 531-2000

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San Diego Police Department

1401 Broadway

San Diego, California,92101

United States

Company Description

The San Diego Police Department (SDPD) is committed to working in a problem-solving partnership with communities, government agencies, private groups, and individuals to fight crime and improve the quality of life for the people of San Diego. Information about...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

San Diego Family Justice Center


Lieutenant

City of San Diego


Patrol Sergeant

Eastern Division and Western Division


Affiliations

Naval Officer Spouses' Club Inc

Board Member


San Diego Metro

Executive Board Member


Web References(12 Total References)


Palomar's forensic nurses rise from ashes to serve whole county - The San Diego Union-Tribune

www.sandiegouniontribune.com [cached]

Misty Cedrun, head of the SDPD Domestic Violence Unit.
Instead of detectives taking photographs of bruises, forensic nurses have "elevated the collection of evidence to a whole new level," says Cedrun. "It's priceless."


svnworldwide.org

Lieutenant Misty Cedrun has been with the San Diego Police Department for twenty-one years.
Her current assignment is the investigative lieutenant for the Domestic Violence Unit with collateral duties as the Director of the San Diego Family Justice Center. Lieutenant Cedrun began her career in 1994 as a patrol officer working in the Mid City area. She promoted to the rank of detective and worked general investigations and then specialized in child abuse investigations. Misty was promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2006 and was a patrol sergeant at Eastern Division and Western Division. She was promoted to the rank of detective sergeant and transferred to the Internal Affairs Unit. In March of 2013 Misty was promoted to the rank of lieutenant and assigned to Northern Division which is located in the University City area. In August of 2014 she was transferred to her current assignment, the Domestic Violence Unit and Family Justice Center.


NLPOA San Diego Metro

www.nlpoasandiegometro.com [cached]

Misty Cedrun
San Diego Police Department Parliamentarian


noscsandiego.com

Our own Misty Cedrun , of the San Diego Police Department,
will be sharing her experiences and advice for staying safe when your spouse is deployed or at home.


News and Events - San Diego Police Foundation

www.sdpolicefoundation.org [cached]

SDPD Sergeant Misty Cedrun and husband U.S. Navy Captain Mark Cedrun.
Sergeant Misty Cedrun provided guests with a personal introspective on the career of an SDPD officer. She shared her story of leaving a lucrative private sector career for less comfortable (10-hour graveyard shifts) but more meaningful work. The 15-year SDPD veteran described tragic experiences and the "palm print left on my heart" from her four years as a child abuse detective. With obvious pride, Cedrun told of her current role as a Western Division sergeant, focusing on the squad of officers she supervises, looks out for, and trains so they can best respond to citizens' calls for help.


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