Investigations Bureau

The Investigations Bureau investigates major crimes and pursues other investigations that are beyond the scope of regular Patrol officers.

Page updated on Oct 17, 2017 at 10:44 AM

The Investigations Bureau is headed by a Deputy Chief and is comprised of 91 employees who are assigned to the four sections.  Each section has investigative and evidence collection responsibilities.  They include the Criminal Investigations Section, Vice and Narcotics Section, Crime Scene Investigation Section, Public Information Office and External Affairs and Professional Responsibility. An additional 65 to 80 volunteers are assigned to this Bureau. Volunteer numbers fluctuate based on needs of the department and volunteer availability.

The current Investigations Bureau Strategic Plan.


Criminal Investigation Section

The Criminal Investigations Section (CIS) is a functional entity of the Investigations Bureau of the Alexandria Police Department commanded by two Lieutenants.  The CIS commanders report directly to the captain of the Investigations Bureau.  The Investigations Commander, in turn, reports directly to the Deputy Chief of Police. 


Crime Scene Investigation Section

The CSI Section is a major support section for the police department, particularly for the various investigative elements of the department as well as the patrol division. The CSI section is a 24-hour 7-day a week operation dedicated to processing crime scenes to facilitate the recovery and preservation of physical evidence.  The section is comprised of one Section Commander (civilian), one Sergeant, nine Crime Scene Investigators, four Latent Fingerprint Examiners (civilian) and one Police Records Clerk (civilian).


Vice Narcotics Section

The mission of the Vice and Narcotics Section is the suppression of vice, organized crime and narcotics related activities within the City.

 



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