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The Criminal Investigation Division of the Police Department is comprised of four different sections and is primarily responsible for ongoing criminal investigations, crime scene investigations, property and evidence management,  and crime victim services. Commander Mike Bishop manages the Criminal Investigative Division: 

The unit is staffed with four sergeants, six civilian staff, one civilian section manager, and 28 officers and is divided into five sections.

Please Note:  The information provided here is to assist you in contacting the appropriate Investigator assigned to a criminal offense that has already been reported.  If you need to file a police report please visit the  page.

Criminal Investigation Division Sections: 

• Personal Crimes Section 
This section is responsible for investigating homicides, assaults, threats, cold case review, and other crimes against a person. Sergeant Wes Rutherford supervises the Detectives assigned to this section: 

• Cars/Financial Crimes Section
This section is responsible for investigating car thefts, car burglaries, financial crimes, fraud, and identity theft. Sergeant Anthony Sayre supervises the Detectives assigned to this section: 

• Property Crimes Section
This section is responsible for investigating business and home burglaries. Sergeant Paul Fritz supervises the Detectives assigned to this section:

• Crime Scene Search/Property and Evidence Section
This section is responsible for crime scene investigations, evidence collection and processing as well as managing any property taken into custody by the Police Department. Sgt. Shawn Henderson supervises three Crime Scene Investigators and three civilian property/evidence staff: To get to the Crime Scene Search/Property Evidence link click here.

• Social Services Section
The Victims' Assistance Unit can help you find ways to meet your needs and better understand your rights as a victim of crime. This section is managed by Akisha Simon. For further information on this section, click here.

As the holiday season approaches, the Carrollton Police Department wishes to remind residents of measures they can take to help reduce vehicle burglaries in the community.
Holidays can be both a joyful and stressful time as this time of giving can come with a high price tag. The Carrollton PD wants each citizen to protect themselves and their family from the stress and depression that can easily overtake a person.
The Carrollton Police Department is introducing a new opportunity for citizens to actively show encouragement for local law enforcement officers.
Much progress can be seen to Carrollton’s railroad Quiet Zones, a project headed by the Federal Railroad Administration. BNSF Railway has completed installation of all major pieces of equipment at each of the nine locations.
Last updated: 4/16/2015 5:11:50 PM