Alarm Response Information
The Modesto Police Department uses Verified Response as a means of reducing the number of false alarm calls that patrol officers respond to.
Community & Modesto Police
Find information about Modesto's community from the Police Department.
The Crime Mapping website is a new tool used by the Modesto Police Department that will help residents stay informed and help fight crime in their neighborhoods.
Crime Prevention Unit
The Crime Prevention Unit believes in more than just sturdy locks, good lighting, and personal awareness. We believe in working together with the community to make Modesto a safe and pleasant place to live. The Crime Prevention Unit works closely with schools, civic groups, businesses and other City Departments.
The Stanislaus Area Crime Stoppers has been serving the community since 2005, and assisting local Law Enforcement in the apprehension of wanted persons in Stanislaus County.
File a Report
File a non-emergency police report online.
Sometimes, an identity thief can strike even if you've been very careful about keeping your personal information to yourself. If you suspect that your personal information has been hijacked and misappropriated to commit fraud or theft, take action immediately! Keep a record of your conversations and correspondence.
The Megan's Law CD-ROM provides a means to obtain information on the more than 64,000 serious sex offenders living in California.
Neighborhood Watch is an extremely successful crime-prevention program and just one of the many services our Crime Prevention Unit offers.
Vacation House Check
With a free Vacation House Check, you can request for trained Modesto Police Department Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) to periodically patrol your residence looking for anything out of the ordinary. Checks are limited to volunteer availability and is not guaranteed.