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Support Services Bureau

Support Services Bureau
The Support Services Bureau consists of the Criminal Investigations Division/Team and the Special Services Division/Team. The Support Services Bureau is under the command of a Captain who reports directly to the Chief of Police. The Captain is responsible for the overall efficient and effective management and administration of the Support Services Bureau and exercises direct supervision over the Division Lieutenants.

The Criminal Investigations Division (CID) consists of four components: the General Investigations Section, the Special Investigations Section, the Crime Analysis Unit and the Property Control Unit. This Division has primary responsibility for the investigation of more serious or complex offenses, crime analysis and evidence/property control functions.

The Special Services Division/Team consists of two components: the Community Services Section and the Staff Services Section. The Special Services Division is commanded by a Lieutenant, who reports to the Support Services Bureau Captain. The Special Services Division Commander is assigned as the Department’s Training Manager/Coordinator and is responsible for the management and administration and coordination of all specialized, remedial, in-service, roll call and advanced training (internal and external), including field training programs and recruit training programs.

The Community Services Section is supervised by a Sergeant. This section is responsible for the delivery of Crime Prevention, School Resource Officer Services, D.A.R.E. Programs, and a variety of community education and relations programs and services.

The Staff Services Section is commanded by a Sergeant, who serves as the Recruitment Coordinator and performs other staff services duties, which may include, but is not limited to Quartermaster, Recruit Training, Mentor program and Training Coordinator Assistant.