Criminal Investigations Division

The Criminal Investigations Division (C.I.D.) completes all follow-up investigations on reports initiated and generated by the Patrol Division. C.I.D. also provides investigative assistance to the uniform officers on a twenty-four-hour basis by having "on-call" Detectives equipped and capable of immediate on-scene response if requested.

C.I.D. is currently comprised of one Lieutenant, three Sergeants, multiple detectives, and a Crime Analyst. The Detective Sergeants are responsible for the review of all incoming cases, decisions on follow-up investigations, as well as case assignments for the detectives.

C.I.D. Detectives are trained in a variety of areas and are capable of conducting investigations that encompass a wide array of criminal activity. After a thorough investigation and casework, Detectives are responsible for bringing closure to all open cases and handle any necessary trial preparation.

Additionally, Detectives are responsible for processing and maintaining all evidence that is recovered from a crime scene or criminal investigation. C.I.D. has the responsibility of evidence storage, maintaining the "chain of custody", and finally the presentation of the evidence in court.

The Criminal Investigations Division can be a proactive element of the Police Department by meeting routinely to discuss current trends and pending cases. Crime trends are analyzed to detect similar methods of operation and establish predictions on where and when similar crimes may occur. Detectives interact with members of the community and other local law enforcement agencies to discuss on-going crime and develop creative avenues to resolve reoccurring problems.