1st Coffee with the Cops in 2018

Antioch Police Department - coffee with the cops

The mission of the Antioch Police Department, in partnership with our community, is to promote the quality of life in Antioch by proactively reducing crime with integrity and commitment to excellence. “Coffee with the Cops” is an effort to improve communication between the Police Department and the citizens they serve. With some changes from previous “Coffee with the Cops” engagements, the new format includes information about what goes on behind the scenes at the Antioch Police Department and then allotting Read More …

Practice a little TLC to Prevent Auto Burglaries

Antioch Police Department TLC

Antioch Police Department wants to provide residents with a few tips on how to prevent auto burglaries. AUTO BURGLARY AND THEFTS FROM VEHICLES ARE PREVENTABLE Most thefts from vehicles are preventable. A few simple steps can reduce your risk of losing your property and having your car damaged. Follow these steps to keep your car and its contents safer. Make it a habit to protect yourself and help reduce crime in Antioch. PRACTICE T. L. C.  Take Out Valuables If Read More …

Antioch Police Department’s 4th Annual Holiday Food Drive

Antioch PD Annual Holiday Drive

Antioch Police Department opened their doors for the 4th Annual Holiday Food Drive on Saturday December 23rd.  Families received a turkey and a bag of groceries with the fixings to prepare a holiday meal for their family. With the generous donations of new and unwrapped toys received over the past several weeks, each child in the families also received an age appropriate wrapped gift. With the help of White Pony Express, APD was able to expand this year’s drive to Read More …

86th installment of WE CARE got Helping Hands from JCPenny

Antioch Police Neighborhood Cleanup

The 86th installment of WE CARE got helping hands from JCPenney. J Carro, Store Manager of Slatten Ranch JCPenney brought his team members to participate at Antioch Police Department​’s “We Care” community cleanup. We would like to thank J and JCPenney team members for helping us make a difference in our community. The cleanup happens monthly on the 1st Saturday of every month, a different area is selected every month. This on-going event would not be possible without the help Read More …

4th Annual Antioch Police Holiday Food Drive

Antioch Police Department Holiday Drive

The Antioch Police Department is happy to announce its 4th Annual Antioch Police Holiday Food Drive. As in the previous years, we will be providing a bag with all of the fixings for a Holiday Meal. Bags are limited for the first 100 requests. You MUST; Complete and submit your RSVP Form drop form off at APD or email to antiochpdevents@gmail.com we must receive it by 12/15/2017 no later than 5 PM   Holiday Meal Pick-up: When: Saturday, December 23rd Read More …

What is the Citizens Academy?

Antioch Police Department Citizens Academy

The Antioch Police Department Citizens Academy provides a unique opportunity for the participants to meet the officers and employees that protect and serve our community. The intent of the Citizens Law Enforcement Academy is to educate the community on the duties, training, investigation techniques and situations police officers and other members of the Police Department may encounter. Participants of the academy will be given the opportunity to experience some of the activities Law Enforcement Officers and department personnel perform as Read More …

Trick or Treat with the Antioch Police Department

Trick or Treat with Antioch Police

Our Trick or Treat with the Antioch Police Event was a huge success!  We couldn’t be more ecstatic with the turnout. Everyone that helped put this event together was floored by the response we got from the community, and we know we had 1000+ people turn out to the APD Halloween event. Halfway through the time we had allotted for the day’s fun, there were still crowds lining up from the Marina overflow lot, and a block up W. 2nd Read More …

Officer Daniel Fachner Honored with a Merit Award

Antioch Police Department

On October 12, 2017, the Chief Special Agents’ Association of Northern California (CSAA) recognized Antioch Police Officer Daniel Fachner with a Merit Award for his service to our community. Earlier this year Officer Fachner responded to a theft of a tricycle belonging to 12 year-old Charlotte Luther. About a year ago Charlotte had brain surgery which left her with little mobility on her right side. Charlotte’s family and friends were able to raise about $4,000 to buy her an adaptive Read More …

The Antioch Police Explorers Issue 97 Crime Prevention “Warning” Citations

Antioch Police Department Explorers

In the afternoon of October 17, 2017, four Antioch Police Explorers walked the parking lots of In-Shape Gym, City Sports Gym, Starbucks at Slatten Ranch, and Chili’s on Lone Tree Way to write crime prevention “warning” citations. The Explorers were looking for vehicles with unlocked doors, open windows, and valuables in plain sight. Several vehicles had multiple “violations” that were noted on the citations. Our crime prevention “tickets” are issued to raise the awareness of our citizens and visitors, encouraging Read More …

Panther Tails is a Runaway Hit

Antioch Panther and Antioch Police Department

For the second year, Panther Tails is a runaway hit. Pairing Antioch High School’s cross country team with Antioch Animal Shelter dogs, the program features the students taking shelter dogs out for a run in Antioch’s Historic Downtown. On Sept. 29, the 50-some runners took eight tail-wagging pups for a jog, and will do this weekly through the cross country season. Chief Tammany Brooks was on hand to thank the students and applaud their work, while several officers joined in Read More …