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Antioch Police Department

Back by popular demand 🎉!! The Antioch Police Department is accepting applications for our 2019 Citizens Academy 📚, now through September 13th. Interviews will be held on September 18th and 19th and classes begin October 9th. 

Citizens Academy Now Accepting Applications

Back by popular demand 🎉!! The Antioch Police Department is accepting… Related Posts:City of Antioch Seeking a Human Resources AnalystWhat is the Citizens Academy?Countywide Support Network to End Violence Opens New…Antioch Police Department: 6 Dedicated Officers Promoted

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Antioch Police Department – Fill A Car Drive

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Fill-A-Car With Back to School Supplies

Antioch Police Department will host two “Fill a Car” events to sponsor AUSD’s students in the Foster Care System…. Related Posts:Back to School With HIMCAntioch Police Department - Fill A Car Drive10th Annual Mary Allan Fellows Award Recognized…

APD Cleanup

98th Installment of WE CARE Community Clean Up

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Antioch Police Officer Makes An Appearance on Hero Ink

We are excited to announce that one of our own, Sergeant Matthew Harger, was recently chosen to appear on… Related Posts:Antioch Police Department Welcomes Three New OfficersOfficer Daniel Fachner Honored with a Merit AwardCountywide Support Network to End Violence Opens New…Antioch Police Department Welcomes New Officers

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Antioch Police Department Celebrates New Officers and Promotions

Antioch Police Department welcomes Officer Nutt and Lieutenant Donleavy as well as celebrate the promotions of Corporals Vanderpool and… Related Posts:Visit Contra Loma Regional Park and Swim LagoonThe Tall Ships are Back at the Antioch MarinaAntioch's Citizen of the Year: Most Impact 2018Antioch Police Department: 6 Dedicated Officers Promoted

APD Cleanup

97th Installment of WE CARE Community Clean Up

97th Installment of WE CARE Neighborhood Clean Up The Antioch Police Department will be hosting its 97th Neighborhood Clean-Up event… Related Posts:96th Installment of WE CARE Community Clean up92nd Installment of WE CARE Welcome Families and…98th Installment of WE CARE Community Clean UpCountywide Support Network to End Violence Opens New…

The FTC is getting reports about people pretending to be from the Social Security Administration (SSA) who are trying to get your Social Security number and even your money. In one version of the scam, the caller says your Social Security number has been linked to a crime (often, he says it happened in Texas) involving drugs or sending money out of the country illegally. He then says your Social is blocked – but he might ask you for a fee to reactivate it, or to get a new number. And he will ask you to confirm your Social Security number. In other variations, he says that somebody used your Social Security number to apply for credit cards, and you could lose your benefits. Or he might warn you that your bank account is about to be seized, that you need to withdraw your money, and that he’ll tell you how to keep it safe. But all of these are scams. Here’s what you need to know: The SSA will never (ever) call and ask for your Social Security number. It won’t ask you to pay anything. And it won’t call to threaten your benefits. Your caller ID might show the SSA’s real phone number (1-800-772-1213), but that’s not the real SSA calling. Computers make it easy to show any number on caller ID. You can’t trust what you see there. Never give your Social Security number to anyone who contacts you. Don’t confirm the last 4 digits. And don’t give a bank account or credit card number – ever – to anybody who contacts you asking for it. Remember that anyone who tells you to wire money, pay with a gift card, or send cash is a scammer. Always. No matter who they say they are. If you’re worried about a call from someone who claims to be from the Social Security Administration, get off the phone. Then call the real SSA at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778). If you’ve spotted a scam, then tell the FTC at ftc.gov/complaint.

PSA: Social Security Scam

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APD Cleanup

96th Installment of WE CARE Community Clean up

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Drug Enforcement Administration Take Back

On April 27th, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Antioch Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)… Related Posts:Countywide Support Network to End Violence Opens New…Host Your Next Event at the Antioch Community CenterCity of Antioch Seeking a Human Resources AnalystAntioch Police Department: 6 Dedicated Officers Promoted