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Forfeiture as an Effective Law Enforcement Tool

Forfeiture as an Effective Law Enforcement Tool

Forfeiture allows law enforcement to accomplish a number of goals—from disrupting and dismantling criminal and terrorist organizations and punishing criminals to compensating victims and protecting communities.

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450 Golden Gate Avenue, 13th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102-9523
(415) 553-7400

Counties covered: San Francisco and San Mateo

Special Agent in Charge

San Francisco Special Agent in Charge John F. Bennett

John F. Bennett

Assistant Special Agents in Charge

  • Lawrence D. Buckley
  • Craig D. Fair
  • Bertram R. Fairries
  • Derek Fischel
  • Lisa R. Gentilcore
  • Marina A. Mayo
  • Stacey Moy
  • M.K. Palmore

Resident Agencies

Along with our main office in San Francisco, we have seven satellite offices, known as resident agencies, in the area.

  • Concord
    • County covered: Contra Costa
  • Eureka/Fortuna
    • Counties covered: Del Norte and Humboldt
  • Monterey Bay
    • Counties covered: Monterey and Santa Cruz
  • Oakland
    • County covered: Alameda
  • Palo Alto
    • No specific geographical territory
  • San Jose
    • Counties covered: San Jose and Santa Clara
  • Santa Rosa
    • Counties covered: Lake, Marin, Sonoma, and Napa