The Antioch Police Department Investigations Bureau is charged with the responsibility of investigating felony and misdemeanor crimes occurring within its jurisdiction. In addition, personnel assigned to the Bureau work closely with allied agencies to identify criminal suspects and crime trends. The Bureau is comprised of ten investigators and one sergeant.
The Bureau consists of two units. The Property Crimes unit is responsible for the investigations of crimes which include burglary, grand larceny, stolen property, vehicle theft, fraud/forgeries, identity theft and crime scene processing. The Persons Crimes unit is tasked with investigating assaults, robberies, homicides, sex crimes, juvenile/crimes against children, weapons violations and other types of crimes as deemed appropriate.
MEGAN'S LAW INFORMATION
Information regarding California's registered sex offenders is maintained on a database, which can be viewed using the Megan's Law Web Application - read more here.
Identity Theft and Computer/Mail Fraud Schemes
ID Theft Pamphlet
ID Theft Victim Request for Information
Learn more about Identity Theft and Operation Thumbprint