Division Commander --Criminal Investigations
The duties of the Division Commander, Major Michael York, include overseeing nearly 40 investigators working in the various units or specialized details within the Investigations Bureau. Today's detectives combine traditional investigative savvy -- leg work, meticulous collection of physical evidence, interrogation skills, with the ability to use the latest in communications and computer technology to work a case. The men and women of the Criminal Investigations Bureau earn the reputation of being tenacious and highly skilled investigators. We are proud of the work they produce every day. Our detectives, as well as the civilian personnel in the secretarial pool, working in close cooperation with members of other internal units/sections, as well as other law enforcement agencies, get the job done in a contemporary and professional manner.
Case Screening is accountable for the receipt and proper distribution of all incoming crime reports initiated by Department personnel, the forwarding of all reports to the proper Unit Commanders and the sending of necessary correspondence to crime victims. The Case Screening Detail is responsible for receiving and distributing current and timely information department wide.