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The Captain of the Criminal Investigation Bureau is in charge of the Detective Division, Identification Division and Records Division.

The Bureau Captain is responsible for the overall operation of the divisions, sections and units. He reviews all incident reports and assigns those that will be investigated. He is also responsible for the implementation and enforcement of all department rules, regulations, policies and procedures within his bureau. Other responsibilities include Freedom of Information Director and Keeper of Records.

Five investigators and one civilian secretary are currently assigned to the division. Cases are assigned to investigators by type and geographic location (major crimes, crimes against persons, crimes against property, checks and frauds, narcotics investigations, juvenile perpetrators and victims, school related incidents, all reports of criminal sexual conduct complaints and UDAA/retags). By assigning cases in this manner, investigators have been able to greatly enhance their own skills and have been able to correlate and interface with specialized units of neighboring police departments. The investigators of the division are also assigned the task of doing background investigations on applicant positions in the Police and Fire Departments.

One officer is currently assigned to this division. Their duties include responding to and processing major crime scenes, the collection and identification of latent fingerprints, the collection and documentation of evidence, fingerprinting applicants and preparing reports of their findings for investigators. The officers in this division have received training in crime scene processing and photography, sketching, evidence collection and documentation.

One full time civilian clerk staff the Records Division. The clerk is responsible for the maintenance, preparation and entry of data from all department documents and or including traffic violations and traffic accidents. The duties also include entry of data into the State of Michigan (MICR) Records Center. Along with data entry, the division is responsible for applicant fingerprinting and interfacing with other criminal justice agencies. In addition, the clerk enters the data from arrest records of both adults and juveniles and prepares and sends to the State dispositions from criminal case proceedings. Lastly, the Records Division fills requests for documents pursuant to the Freedom of Information, subpoenas and Discovery Orders, Criminal Background checks and Pistol Purchase permits.


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