Police Station Lobby Open Weekdays

Chief MattosIn an effort to provide a safe and secure workplace for our Communications/Records personnel, the Suisun City Police Department has established new lobby hours.  Effective immediately, the lobby will be open Monday thru Friday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm.  The lobby will be closed on weekends and City Holidays.

If you need non-emergency police assistance, you can request an officer by calling (707) 421-7373.  If you arrive at the police department after the lobby closes and call dispatch, an officer will respond to the Police Department to assist you.  We appreciate your understanding as we work to create a safe workplace for our civilian personnel.


Tim Mattos

Chief of Police

New PD Smartphone App

The Suisun City Police Department is announcing the launch of their new smartphone app as part of their continuing effort to enhance critical two-way communications between the Police Department and the residents of Suisun City, as well as anyone else having an interest to be connected with the Department.

This will be the exclusive app for communications from the police department with press releases, bulletins/alerts, an event calendar and more. You will receive alerts regarding critical incidents which may create safety issue for the community. In addition, all of the information pushed out to the community through the Suisun City Police Department app will automatically post to our Facebook page, Twitter feed and website.

In addition to receiving information, communications to the police department can be made as well. Your smartphone will now be your platform for submitting crime tips, safety concerns, extra patrol requests, homeless encampments, traffic concerns, etc. If you download the App you will have the ability to message any member of the department in order to pass-on information, or simply ask a question. The App also provides easy one touch calling for non-emergency calls. By downloading the App you can stay current on department events by checking the calendar.

The Suisun City Police Department encourages anyone wishing to have the ability to easily and effectively communicate with the department to take a moment to download their new App. The App is free, so please sign up using the QR code shown below or search for Suisun City PD in your app store. When opening the App for the first time, the department recommends viewing the short tutorial, which will walk you through the different features.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/suisuncitypolice
Twitter: @suisuncitypd

Stabbing on Pintail Drive

On Saturday, June 27, 2015, at approximately 1428 hours, Suisun City Police Department officers responded to the 900 block of Pintail Drive for a stabbing. A male adult, who was doing construction work at the location, was stabbed in the arm during a dispute. The suspect fled the scene in a vehicle before officers arrived. The victim was transported to a local hospital.

Officers located the suspect’s vehicle in unincorporated Solano County on Rockville Road. The Fairfield Police Department and Solano County Sheriff’s Office assisted while officers searched for the suspect. The suspect was not located.

The victim suffered major injuries but is stable.

The incident is under investigation and anyone with information is encouraged to contact Detective Evenson at (707) 421-7361. Information can be reported anonymously to Solano Crime Stoppers at (707) 644-7867.

Sexually-Violent Predator Notification

frasier smithThe Suisun City Police Department is issuing information on a high-risk, sexually-violent predator (Welfare & Institutions Code, section 6600 et seq.) who has petitioned the Solano County Superior Court for conditional release and placement at a residence on Olive Avenue in unincorporated Solano County. This area borders Suisun City.  Fraisure Smith is currently housed at a state hospital, and was last convicted of assault with intent to commit a sex crime in 2006. 

A public hearing regarding the Department of State Hospitals’ placement recommendation is scheduled on Friday, July 17, 2015 at 9 am at the Solano County Superior Court, 600 Union Avenue, Fairfield.

Additionally, the Solano County Sheriff’s Office will offer a community meeting open to the public to answer questions and address concerns regarding Smith’s proposed placement.  The meeting will take place Wednesday, July 1, 2015, at 6:30 p.m. at Tolenas Elementary School located at 4500 Tolenas Road, Fairfield. 

This information is being released pursuant to Penal Code, section 290, commonly known as Megan’s Law.  It should be stressed that it is illegal to use this information to commit a crime against any sex registrant or to engage in illegal discrimination or harassment against any sex registrant. 

High-risk sex offenders have been identified by the California Department of Justice as having a high risk of re-offending and who may pose a greater danger to the public than other offenders.  Additional access by the public to registered sex offender information can be obtained through the California Sex Offender Registry by viewing California Department of Justice’s website at www.meganslaw.ca.gov.

Further questions may be directed to Detective Sergeant West, Solano County Sheriff’s Office Investigations Bureau at 707-784-7050. The Solano County Sheriff’s Office is the lead agency with regards to the release notification.



Shooting on Civic Center Blvd

On June 20, 2015, the Suisun City Police Department responded to the area of Civic Center Boulevard and Catamaran Way for a report of a subject who was shot. Officers arrived and located a male subject with a gunshot wound and he was transported to a local hospital.

A search of the surrounding area was conducted for the suspect(s). A parking lot of the Village Apartments was cordoned off for a period of time to attempt to locate evidence. The victim is in stable condition and does not appear to have life-threatening injuries.

The investigation is on-going and anyone with information is encouraged to contact Detective Evenson at 707-421-7361.

Consumer Alert – Beware of DMV Phone Scam

DMVcentennial_bannerSuisun City should be very dubious of anyone calling or emailing you unexpectedly, saying they are from the California DMV and asking for personal information. It’s likely a scam.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles does not call or email asking for personal information.

“DMV employees do not call customers to ask for personal or confidential information, such as social security numbers, and anyone who receives such a call should know it is a scam to steal your identity,” said DMV Director Jean Shiomoto in a recent announcement. “Californians can protect themselves against these crimes by never providing personal information to telephone callers claiming to be a DMV representative.”

The DMV has learned of a recent attempt to steal personal information by calling Californians from a blocked number and pretending to be a DMV employee offering to reschedule appointments. These corrupt individuals ask for personal information such as social security number, date of birth, home address, and driver license number. The DMV reminds customers to never provide such personal information to anyone who contacts them by telephone or email claiming to be a DMV employee.

Californians can report scams involving someone pretending to work for the DMV by filing a complaint with DMV Investigations Division fraud hotline at 1-866-658-5758, or by e-mail to dlfraud@dmv.ca.gov, or mail a record of complaint form. Such scams should also be reported to the Federal Trade Commission:https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/

For more information on what to do if you’ve been contacted, please see the DMV announcement linked here.

Help Us Remove Homeless Encampments

20150506 Railroad AveThe City of Suisun City is committed to eliminating blight and maintaining a high quality of life for our residents and visitors.

The city continues to develop strategies to address the issue of homelessness in our community. One of them is a “Zero-Tolerance” approach to encampments within the City.

The City is committed to removing homeless encampments within one week. Occupants will be ordered to vacate immediately, and, per statutory requirements, be given 72 hours to remove all property. Anything left behind will be removed by City Staff or assisting agencies.

Report It

Our residents can help by reporting an encampments they see within City limits in a timely fashion using our new Report a Homeless Encampment form available here.  The form also is available under the e-Services menu above, or the Tell Us menu at Suisun.com.

Once submitted, information on the form is immediately transmitted to Police Chief Tim Mattos and his team for prompt response.

Thank you for helping us address this community issue, connect people with the services they need and maintain Suisun City’s quality of life.


FBI Launches Child ID Mobile App

Free mobile app to store photos and vital info about one’s childrenWashington, D.C. – The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has launched its first mobile application—the Child ID App. This free mobile app provides a convenient place to electronically store photos and vital information about one’s children that can be easily provided to authorities if a child goes missing.

The app allows users to send information—including pictures or other physical identifiers such as height and weight—to authorities with a few clicks. It also provides tips on keeping children safe and guidance on what to do in the first few crucial hours after a child goes missing.

The Child ID App is currently available for use on iPhones and can be downloaded for free from the App Store on iTunes. The FBI is planning to expand the tool to other types of mobile devices in the near future.


Learn more about the FBI’s Child ID App at www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2011/august/child_080511.

The FBI’s Child ID App can be downloaded for free from the App Store on iTunes at itunes.apple.com/us/app/fbi-child-id/id446158585?ls=1&mt=8.

Online Crime Reporting Now Available

Save Time and Quickly File a Crime Report Online

Suisun City, CA – The Suisun City Police Department E-Services continue to be enhanced with the latest launch of the online reporting system. Individuals may file reports for harassing telephone calls and identity theft. Additional reports types will be available in the near future.

The system allows members of the public to file a report at a convenient time without having to wait for an officer to respond or call them back. Individuals can print a temporary copy of the report upon completion. Once the final report is approved, a copy will be e-mailed to the individual at no cost.

The system will allow officers more available time for proactive enforcement and patrol, while providing a convenient solution for members of the public. This system is part of a suite of E-Services available at the Suisun City Police Department’s website, including the ability to apply for an alarm permit, request extra patrol, pay a citation, and obtain a copy of a traffic collision report.

As with all the E-Services, the new online crime reporting system is optional. Individuals who desire personal contact by an officer may still contact the Suisun City Police Department at (707) 421-7373.

E-Services Enhanced: Apply for an Alarm User Permit Online

As we continue to expand our online e-services, we are pleased to announce that your can now apply for an Alarm User Permit from our website. Once you complete the application and make payment using a credit card or PayPal account it will be submitted for approval. Once the application is approved, an Alarm User Permit will be e-mailed to you. The entire process is paperless and saves a trip to the Police Department.

The Alarm User Permit notifies the Police Department of active alarm systems within City limits and is necessary to use an alarm system whether residential or commercial per City Ordinance 9.24.120.