Crimes Against Persons Section

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Crimes Against Persons Section
The detectives assigned to the Crimes Against Persons Section are responsible for the investigation of crimes committed against persons, such as murders, aggravated assaults, robberies, sexual assaults, threats, harassment, missing persons, kidnappings and unnatural deaths. Also under the Crimes Against Persons Section are the Sex Offender Unit and the Crime Stoppers Unit.

The Crimes Against Persons Section consists of one sergeant, seven detectives and one civilian clerk. The current detectives bring approximately 128 years of combined police experience to the Section. The Crimes Against Persons Section continues to seek new techniques being successfully implemented in homicide investigations around the world.