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Dearborn Police Department (Michigan)

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About the Dearborn Police Department 

According to the Dearborn Police Department, “Since its inception in 1929, the department has evolved into a premier, full service, law enforcement agency. Recognized as a leader among police agencies in Michigan, the Dearborn Police Department prides itself in providing a force of over 200 highly trained officers equipped with state-of-the-art police equipment.”  The Dearborn Police Department is organized into a number of sub-units such as Patrol Division, Investigation Division and Support Services Division.”

Within the Dearborn Police Department, “the Patrol Division is the largest and certainly the most visible division of the Police Department. It consists of 140 sworn Police Officers representing 70% of the Police Department.”  

The Investigative Division of the Dearborn Police Department, “consists of the Detective Bureau, Polygraph Operations, the Crime Lab, the Narcotics Bureau, the Specialized Criminal Apprehension Team, the Traffic Safety Bureau and the Youth Bureau. The Detective Bureau is currently made up of two Lieutenants, one Supervisory Sergeant, 12 Detective Sergeants, and three Investigative Corporals, the Detective Bureau is the investigative arm of the Police Department. All preliminary complaint reports believed to be criminal in nature are referred to the Detective Bureau for review and evaluation. Once reviewed, each case requiring further police attention or additional investigation is assigned to a specific Detective Sergeant, or Investigator, depending upon the nature of the investigation or crime.

The Detective Bureau has the responsibility of handling all aspects of criminal investigations from initial investigation through the prosecution process. Detective Sergeants and Investigators may; interview witnesses, interrogate suspects, submit warrant requests, prepare the court case, handle extradition’s, write up search warrants, and provide investigative/intelligence support to other Law Enforcement Agencies.”

Selected book by a Dearborn Police Department police officer.

Practical Criminal Investigations in Correctional Facilities (Practical Aspects of Criminal and Forensic Investigations)
William R Bell  More Info

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