The Suisun City Police Department Community Services team is dedicated to creating positive change within our community. This specialized team, is made up of one full-time and one part-time Community Services Officers (CSO) under the guidance of the Support Commander.
The full-time CSO is tasked with quality-of-life issues city-wide. Their duties include enforcing violations of state and local quality-of-life related laws from the “curb-out.” This most common violations addressed include overparked/abandoned vehicles, illegal dumping in the roadway, graffiti, garbage cans left out and other violations. The CSO works with community members to identify, address, and resolve ongoing blight issues occurring in our streets and sidewalks.
Our part-time CSO is assigned as the School Safety Traffic Officer (SSTO). The SSTO program is funded through a grant from the Solano Transportation Authority (STA). The SSTO is assigned to address parking and traffic concerns on the safe routes to school and school locations. The schools included in this program are Crescent Elementary, Dan O Root II K-8, Suisun Elementary, and Crystal Middle School. The SSTO is assigned on a rotating basis and uses education, encouragement, and enforcement to improve traffic safety for children going to and leaving school.
The CSOs are critical to the department’s success and ability to address non-criminal police concerns in the community. The CSOs are also active in our community engagement and outreach. These personnel routinely go above and beyond to serve our community.
Community Services FAQs
Some of the most common violations handled by Community Services include:
You can via MyCivic or by calling (707) 421-3223.