Investigations Division plays an important role in supporting the Patrol Division.  Six sworn officers are assigned to this division. The Criminal Investigations Division is divided into two main units, General Investigations, Drug Task Force, and both of which are supervised by the Investigations Division Commander.

The members of the Criminal Investigations Division (CID) are responsible for investigating serious crimes against persons and property, to include: murder, assault, sex abuse, child abuse, rape, burglary, major theft, and computer crimes. They provide investigative support, as well as develop and share intelligence information, within the Graham Police Department and with outside law enforcement agencies to ensure the effective and efficient follow-up of all major crimes that require investigative personnel resources.

Detectives have developed areas of expertise in subjects such as homicide investigation, assaults, sexual assaults, child abuse and neglect, juvenile crimes, forgery and fraud, white collar crime, computer crimes, arson, burglary, domestic violence, and a limited amount of crime scene processing. The Detectives also maintain a close working relationship with other local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies along with the District Attorney’s office.

The division supervisor works closely with Crime Stoppers to solicit information about crimes.

Crime Stoppers (336) 229-7100

You can reach the Criminal Investigations Division by dialing (336) 570-6711.