Wednesday, December 04, 2013
The Family Crimes Unit (FCU) is a Detective Division devoted to family oriented crimes. FCU Detectives have the responsibility of investigating the following:
• Spousal Abuse / Domestic Violence Cases
• Suspected child neglect cases
• Suspected child abuse cases
• Suspected child molest cases
• Missing persons (juveniles and adults) cases
• Suspected elder abuse cases
Beyond investigations, the FCU Detectives also maintain the responsibility of:
• Monitoring the sex registrants filed under §290.01 of the California Penal Code
• Updating the files of registered sex offenders
• Release information of registered sex offender as prescribed by law (maps around schools, flyers, etc.)
If you are a victim of one of these crimes and have not had a report made, call 911 or 552-2468 or report online by clicking here.
For further information, contact the Family Crimes Unit at:
Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department
Adam Christianson, Sheriff-Coroner
250 E Hackett Road
Modesto CA 95358
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