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Property Crimes Unit 

Property Crimes 1Sergeant Brian Wilson  and five (5) Detectives complete follow up investigation of crimes against property to include burglary - auto, residential and commercial, theft, auto theft, vandalism, identity theft and a variety of other types of fraud. The work of these team members often results in search warrants, probation/parole searches and surveillances when appropriate. Team members work with a variety of other law enforcement agencies - neighboring and beyond - to develop and exchange information, work leads, recover stolen property and make significant arrests.

Property Crime Detectives communicate and coordinate with other Divisions within BPD and regularly participate in the CARS - Crime Analysis and Response and Compstat meetings.   

 

BPD is proud to have online reporting for some of the mentioned property crimes. Some community members and visitors appreciate the ability to document these cases on line for convenience, efficiency, he/she is leaving town and/or returning home and for many other other personal reasons.

Please take a look at the Online Crime Reporting that BPD now offers. You may file an online report for the following offenses:

 

Vandalism  Theft from Vehicle   Identity Theft 
Theft  Vehicle Tampering 

BPD provides the community with resources to use for safety and awareness of the crime trends in and around the City of Berkeley.  Listed below are links to the crimes that have been identified by our Detectives units as the most prevalent:

 

 

 

 


BPD Property Crimes Unit  phone is - (510) 981-5737.

 

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