The Criminal Investigations Division (CID) is responsible for analyzing data collected on all criminal cases. These cases are classified by the seriousness of the violation, as well as the solvability of each offense. Cases are then assigned to detectives who specialize in crimes against persons, property crimes, and the Family Protection Unit. The division commander is Major Nathan Honeycutt who oversees one Lieutenant, eight Detective Sergeants and the crime analyst.
Detectives work closely with the other units in the police department on a frequent basis. CID also tracks trends in criminal activity and progressively works with our patrol officers to apprehend suspects. Notable trends in criminal activity are also frequently disseminated to the patrol division.