Financial Crimes Unit

The Financial Crimes Unit investigates: 

  • Forgeries
  • Credit card abuse
  • ID theft
  • Misuse of government records
  • Counterfeit U.S. Currency cases (in conjunction with the U.S. Secret Service)
  • Embezzlement
  • Elder fraud
  • Intellectual property crimes (counterfeit merchandise)
  • Misuse of litigation or public office (also known as barratry)
  • Other complex financial crimes

To report an Internet scam that does not involve:

  • A counterfeit check
  • A forged check
  • Identity theft
  • Credit/debit card abuse
  • Counterfeit currency

Contact the SAPD Property Crimes Unit.

Report a Crime

Most financial crimes aren’t emergencies. If your situation does demand immediate attention, please call 9-1-1 and ask that an officer respond. Otherwise, please call 210-207-7451 to make an appointment to discuss your case.

During your appointment, a detective will:

  • Review your records
  • Advise you about next steps
  • Advise you on any documentation needed to prove a criminal case 

Financial Crimes Forms

After you’ve submitted an incident report, if you wish to pursue criminal charges, you’ll need to download, complete, and have the appropriate forms notarized:

Confidentiality / Release of Information

The Financial Crimes Unit protects the integrity of criminal investigations as mandated by State and Federal law. In most cases, we cannot release protected information until final conviction of the alleged offender or the case is dispositioned.

This is governed by Texas Code of Criminal Procedure (CCP), NCIC/TCIC, Local Government Code, Penal Code, The Texas Open Records Act, and the Family Code.