The Deputy Sheriffs’ Association of San Diego County is one of the largest law enforcement associations in the state of California. Our members live and work in all areas of San Diego County. In addition, many of our deputies call Orange and Imperial Counties home.
DSA membership is comprised of active members (sworn law enforcement and correctional deputies), reserve members (department volunteers), retired members, and affiliate members (professionals who work with the department, elected officials, county employees and local business leaders).
All members, advertisers, county and state elected officials and business affiliates receive the magazine–making the total circulation close to 6,000 each month. The Silver Star is the perfect outlet for showing support for and offering discounts to DSA members and the Law Enforcement community as a whole.
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- DSA Members Receive 10% off regular priced advertising
- One month free when paying for the year in advance
- Businesses offering a discount to DSA members receive special rates
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Posted September 01, 2012
Join the DSA for a private member's only tasting event at three Ramona wineries. After tasting the area's wine, enjoy dinner at Turtle Rock Ridge Winery. Just $15 per person.
December 5, 2017, will mark the 30th anniversary of the tragic death of Deputy Lonny Gene Brewer. In honoring this hero, the Deputy Sheriffs’ Association, in conjunction with the Association of Special Enforcement, will be replacing his current headstone. Support this great project and help remember Lonny by entering a raffle to win a Wilson Combat CBQ Commander.
Reach San Diego's Law Enforcement Community by advertising in the Silver Star. Reach over 4,000 San Diego County Sheriff Department Deputies, active and retired. The Silver Star is the perfect outlet for showing support for and offering discounts to DSA members and the Law Enforcement community as a whole.