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About the High Point Police Department

The High Point Police Department is organized into three entities: Field Services Division; Field Operations North; and Field Operations South.

 

A Major serves as High Point Police Department Chief of Staff and oversees the Support Services Division which includes Recruitment, the Crime Lab, Training, Special Events, Animal Control, Citizen's Academy, Records Unit, Property Room, Staff Duty Officers, and Police Information Technical Unit.

 

A Major, who is considered an Assistant Chief oversees Field Operations North.  These responsibilities include three patrol teams: Adam, Charlie and Fox. His Special Investigation section includes Traffic; Major Crimes Unit (also called Persons Crimes); High Point Police Department’s Reserve officers; and the Court Liaison Lieutenant. Detectives from the Major Crimes Unit serve as Violent Crime Task Force officers, working specifically with the Offender Notification Strategy. Detectives from this unit also form the Gang Unit. The Major Crimes Unit is responsible for Sex Offenders and Victims Compensation issues.

 

A Major, who is considered an Assistant Chief oversees Field Operations South.  In addition to overseeing Baker, David and Edward patrol teams, Major Sumner is responsible for a Special Investigations Section which includes the Vice/Narcotics unit and the Street Crimes Unit. The Property Crimes Unit, Housing Authority Unit, School Resource Officers and C.A.R.E. also come under Field Operations South.

 

Source:

high-point.net/police

 

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