Antioch Police Department Careers

Antioch Police Physical Agility

Interested in a Career in Law Enforcement? The Antioch Police Department is always looking to recruit new officers.  Current available positions are: Police Officer Lateral (continuous) Police Academy Graduate/Student (continuous) Police Trainee (continuous) A new Antioch Police Department Careers Facebook Page has been created to assist interested parties in understanding the recruitment process and the recruitment timeline. If you or someone you know has interest in a career in enforcement, follow Antioch Police Department Careers page.   Here is the Read More …

Antioch Police Explorers

This past weekend the Antioch Police Explorers attended a 3-day competition in Ripon, CA. They were evaluated on 16 different realistic scenarios such as domestic violence investigation, active shooter, traffic stop, and crime scene investigation to name a few. They competed against 40 other Explorer Posts, with over 400 participants coming from as far as Utah and San Diego. Our Explorers had trained very hard for this event. Their hard work and dedication paid off as they were awarded the Read More …

Antioch Public Works focuses on Landscaping

This week contracted crews completed work in the medians on Somersville Road and on Prewett Ranch Drive east of Hillcrest Avenue. Trim and clean up work continues this week on the medians and rights of way in the following areas: Hillcrest Avenue Rights of Way Gentrytown Drive Rights of Way Deer Valley Road Rights of Way Buchanan Road Medians Last week we reported trimming, and litter removal in the area of Almondridge and Wilson Street was next on the list, Read More …

Antioch Police Department Takes 1st Place in 2018 SWAT Fitness

Antioch Police department SWAT Fitness Challenge

Members of the Antioch Police Department SWAT team participated and took first place in the 2018 SWAT Fitness Challenge! The event took place on June 26th at the Alameda Sheriff’s Training Center in Dublin. This event is an endurance race made up of four-person SWAT teams from across the state. Our team consisted of Lieutenant Desmond Bittner and Detectives Rick Hoffman, Casey Brogdon, and Tom Smith who competed against 25 other teams. This was our fifth time participating, having previously Read More …

Antioch Public Works – Maintaining and Repairing 32 Parks

The City is moving right along with the maintenance and repair of its 32 parks and park amenities; we hope everyone has ventured out to enjoy our neighborhood parks. If not, this week’s invitation will surely entice you as we tell you about Chichibu Park. This park is named after our sister city Chichibu, Japan and features beautiful architectural monuments gifted by our sister city.Chichibu Park is located at Longview Road and Acorn Drive situated on over six acres in Read More …

City Manager’s Weekly update Gets a New Look

New City Mangers Weekly Update

City Manager’s Weekly Update has a new look and we love it! Citizens can view the report and get important information about the City’s activities, events and accomplishments for the week. To see this week’s report click here or the image below: City Manager’s Weekly Update In an effort to better inform the Council, city employees and the public about current City activities and issues, the City Manager’s office established a weekly City Manager Report that is published and distributed every Read More …

Captain Aguinaga featured on Ancestry.com

Retired-Captain Aguinaga and the Antioch Police Department were recently featured in an Ancestry.com video. The video briefly documents some of the history of the Antioch Police department and the women and men who have served our community in years gone by. Captain Aguinaga, an avid history buff with an interest in genealogy, came across a large cache of photos, long forgotten in a stack of nondescript boxes in the corner of the police department. Many of the pictures feature historical Read More …

Antioch Police Department Runs for a Cause

Special Olympic Torch Run

Antioch Police Department Officers, Dispatchers, Explorers, and City Manager, Ron Bernal, participated in the Special Olympics Torch Run on 6/16/18. Oakley PD handed the torch off to us as we continued the run west to the City of Pittsburg. The torch was carried by several police departments around Northern California, eventually arriving at a ceremony in Davis, California. The goal of the torch run is to support Special Olympics Northern California through fundraising and public awareness for the 2018 Summer Read More …

Antioch Marina Staff Assists in Emergency Situation

Boating Safety Antioch Marina

As the weather heats up along the Antioch waterfront, the Antioch Marina reminds us that all boaters and kayakers must take the time to review important water safety information. The Antioch Marina office keeps the California ABCs Safe Boating information available for those wanting to refresh or familiarize themselves and passengers with important safety tips while on the water. Just last week the Antioch Marina provided emergency assistance to a vessel when a boater forgot to place the stern boat Read More …

Free Business Development Incentives Workshop

Free Informational Business Development Incentives Workshop for Antioch Businesses A free one-hour workshop will be held on Tuesday, June 19th at 6:30 p.m. at the Antioch Community Center. This workshop will help local businesses understand and find incentives for their business retention and expansion efforts. Location: Antioch Community Center, 4703 Lone Tree way Date: June 19th, 2018 Time: 6:30-8:00pm This workshop will discuss incentives that help local businesses to access over 100 local, state, federal and private subsidies and expense reduction Read More …