Criminal Investigations Division (CID)
Primary responsibility is to investigate all juvenile and felony criminal offenses, apprehend offenders, recover stolen property, and seek prosecution. The division is supervised by a Sergeant and has eight Investigators assigned to it.
The Narcotics Unit, which is comprised of one Sergeant and two Investigators, is responsible for initiation and follow-up investigations of cases involving illegal or suspected illegal use of narcotics or controlled substances.
The criminalist is a trained civilian that responds to and processes crime scenes. The criminalist is responsible for the processing of crime scenes for evidence and is trained in videography, photography, fingerprint classification and comparison, shooting reconstruction, and blood spatter analysis.
The crime analyst is responsible for the collection, analysis, and dissemination of crime trends. The analyst works closely with patrol officers and detectives to formulate proactive methods to eliminate the recognized trends.
Investigations ContactsSamuel Boyle, Lieutenant
Riley Day, Sergeant
Kevin Coveney, Corporal
Rob Ballew, Detective
Jeanette Connors, Detective
Ryan Hapiuk, Detective
Nathan Hendrickson, Detective
Talia Riffe, Detective
Family Services Contacts
Tyler Halter, Detective
Special Investigations Contacts Samuel Boyle, Lieutenant