Stockton Police News and Information
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The Public Information Office works with the the community and news media to maintain strong, transparent working relationships.
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Thousands of Americans are reported missing each year in the U.S. The Family Crimes Unit of the Stockton Police Department Investigations Division handles missing person reports. File a Missing Person Report as soon as you are concerned about a person's absence.
Review monthly and annual citywide Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) statistics.
We are committed to being open and accountable as we strive to provide a safe, secure community with just police practices.
The Rules and Regulations manual outlines the professional standards for police personnel.
If you live within a jurisdiction of a city police department, you may apply to the city Police Department or county Sheriff's Office for a CCW permit.
Review the Victims Bill of Rights under Marcy's Law.
The Stockton Police Department invites you to join us out in the community for casual conversation so that we can get to know you better.