The Investigations Division consists of several investigative units whose primary responsibility is to provide comprehensive follow up on crimes committed against persons and property , or narcotics related offenses, occurring within the City of Rocklin. The division is comprised of detectives assigned to the Placer County Special Investigations Unit (SIU), the Regional Auto Theft Task Force (RATTF), and the Rocklin Police Department. The division is supported by a dedicated Crime Scene Investigator (CSI) and several Crime Scene Specialists (CSS).
The Rocklin Police Department Records Unit provides a variety of services and information to the community. The unit has full-time and part-time employee, as well as several Police Volunteers.
What does the Records Unit do?
The Records Unit assists citizens in many areas. Citizens can contact the Records Unit when they need assistance with the following services:
The Technical Services Unit provides high-level technical service of all emergency (police & fire) technical equipment such as emergency radio infrastructure, mobile computing functions, facility technologies and serves as the Quarter-Master for Police Department personnel by being responsible for issuing and replacing all department equipment. This unit is staffed by one PTAC (Police Technical Assets Coordinator).
The Rocklin Police Department offers the following information about keeping youth safe.
Want to learn more about being a public safety officer? The following pages provide educational information for kids and teens about the FBI and public safety issues.
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