Police Chief Aaron Roth

Message from the Chief of Police

Welcome to the Suisun City Police Department (SCPD). As Chief of Police, it is my goal to ensure the police department and its members provide a high level of customer service while being accessible and engaged with our community.

Members of SCPD aim to address community and neighborhood issues through a Problem-Oriented Policing and Community-Based approach. Your safety and quality of life is a top priority for everyone here at SCPD. The Department works diligently to support a safe community while also striving to improve the quality of life of everyone visiting and living in Suisun City. SCPD is comprised of 24-hour police and dispatch services that include: Uniformed Patrol, Investigations, Marine/Boat Team, Code Enforcement, Parking Enforcement, Community Relations and Crime Prevention.

It is an honor to serve as the Chief of the Suisun City Police Department, and I take that responsibility very seriously. Together, we have the duty to make our community a great place to live, work and thrive. Your police department can only provide exceptional service if we work with you, and we welcome your input on how we can continually improve to make Suisun City the best it can be.

Aaron Roth
Chief of Police

About Chief Roth

Chief Roth started his police career in 1999, working for the Carmel-by-the-Sea Police Department. In 2000, he began working for the Martinez Police Department where he held a variety of assignments including Field Training Officer, Corporal, Narcotics Task Force Officer, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Commander and Captain. During his time at the Martinez Police Department, he also taught several aspects of policing as a department trainer and was a SWAT team operator and team leader. In 2013, he co-founded a multi-agency SWAT team where he was a team commander until coming to Suisun City in July of 2019. Chief Roth has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a master’s degree in public administration. He is also a graduate of both the Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute for Police and the FBI National Academy, class 263.