Criminal Investigtions Division
The Criminal Investigation Division includes Person Crimes, Property Crimes, Juvenile, Identification, and Special Operations.
Criminal Investigation Division serves and protects the health, safety, welfare, and morals of the public by conducting criminal investigations
and enforcing laws governing public health, order, and decency. The Criminal Investigation Division is under the command of LT. Tom
The Criminal Investigation Division (C.I.D.) is the investigative arm of the police department, consisting of major case investigations,
narcotics investigations, the Property and Evidence Unit, criminal investigations, and crime analysis.
The primary function of the
Criminal Investigation Division is to review and investigate reports of felony and misdemeanor criminal acts, identify suspects, both
adult and juvenile, and prepare cases for prosecution with the District and County Attorney’s offices. Investigative work is re-active
from reports with the identification, arrest and prosecution of suspects and also pro-active through the prevention of criminal acts
in their identification of suspects.
The Criminal Investigation Division also provides support to victims of crimes during the course
of an investigation. The crime victims and the community both benefit from the prosecution and punishment of criminals. Many investigations
can be completed in a matter of weeks, whereas other investigations may take years before they are solved. Every attempt is made to
prioritize their work so that cases involving injured persons, threats to personal safety and significant property loss receive the
most immediate attention. The Investigation Division has at least one detective designated as being “on call” at all times, but all
detectives can be called in to work major crime scenes when needed.
Special Operations Unit: has several different sections which include
the narcotics investigations, Gang Unit, and S.W.A.T.
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