Law Enforcement Quarterly
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- Border Justice
- New Chiefs
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The Law Enforcement Quarterly (LEQ) was an award-winning magazine published by the
District Attorney's office. Since 1971, it proudly served San Diego's law enforcement community
providing professional education and training to every sworn officer in San Diego County. In
1989, the LEQ was transformed from a legal journal to a glossy, four-color magazine. Its articles
provided professional training on current criminal legal issues, officer training and safety. The
magazine also featured profiles of local leaders in law enforcement, and highlights professional
achievements. The San Diego Press Club named the LEQ the Best Trade Magazine four times.
Publication of the Law Enforcement Quarterly ceased in 2006.