Now Recruiting Police Officers – Entry-level, Academy Graduate, Lateral

The Police Department is now accepting applications for entry-level Police Officers and regular Police Officers (recent Academy graduates and laterals).

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Suisun City Police Dept Annual Report

The Suisun City Police Department is grateful to serve such a supportive community. The women and men of the Suisun City Police Department strive to exemplify a high level of professionalism and compassion to everyone. Please take a few moments to review the Suisun City Police Department’s current and previous Annual Reports for a small snapshot of our crime statistics, achievements and department goals.

This report is issued at this time as a result of the need to compile annual crime statistics prior to release.

The report is available here: 2020 SCPD Annual Report

The 2019 report is available here: 2019 SCPD Annual Report

The 2018 report is available here: 2018 Annual Report

Combat Residential Crime with Doorbell Video System

The Police Department is always looking for new ideas to combat residential burglaries and property crimes, which too often victimize our residents. Most residential burglaries start at the front door and occur during the daytime hours when homes are unoccupied.

Law Enforcement officers are witnessing an ongoing pattern used by burglars as they look for a potential residence to victimize. The criminal will ring the doorbell or knock on the front door in an attempt to determine whether anyone is home. If nobody answers the door, the subject will enter the back or side yard and break into your home. If someone answers the door the criminal is prepared. He or she may tell you they are looking for someone and believed this was the correct residence. Some will possess a “prop” of some kind to indicate they are selling a product such as magazines or cleaning products.

Doorbell-CameraIn addition to burglary, police departments nationwide are witnessing an increase in the number of package thefts being reported. As online shopping increases, the number of packages being delivered to front doors and porches is also increasing, thus creating new opportunities for criminals.

A new tool being used to combat these issues is a video camera doorbell. These cameras replace your doorbell button and can provide you with instant alerts when someone is at your front door whether you are home or away. Skybell-Door-Home-Security-CamerasIn addition, the recording capability allows additional opportunities for Police to quickly identify suspects as they are captured on video by using your home Wi-Fi connection.

Video footage is becoming a valuable tool in the apprehension and prosecution of criminals. There is tremendous value in seeing who is at your door when you are away, but seeing who is at your door when you are home is even more important.

There are many different designs and manufacturers of these cameras including but not limited to the following:

If this type of added security interests you, I encourage you to do your research, read reviews, and consider all of the different options in order to select the product best suited for your home.

If you have any questions please contact me at (707) 421-7353.

Stay safe,

Aaron Roth
Chief of Police

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

The FBI’s Child ID App can be downloaded for free from the App Store on iTunes at

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.