Criminal Investigative Division

About the Criminal Investigative DivisionCriminal Investigative Division

The Brookings Police Department Criminal Investigative Division (CID) is comprised of seven personnel: one lieutenant, three detectives, two school resource officers, and one evidence technician. The Division investigates a variety of cases ranging from property crimes, financial crimes, drug crimes, and crimes against persons. The Division is also responsible for sex offender registration.

Types of Cases

The caseload for the division is measured in three areas:

  1. Cases initiated by members of the division - This normally occurs after a report is taken by a member of the division
  2. Cases assigned for follow-up to a member of the division - This occurs after an initial report is taken by an officer of the department and assigned to a member for investigative follow-up
  3. Supplemental narratives to ongoing investigations - These are reports completed by members of the division, documenting investigative activity

Report a Crime

To report a crime to an investigator, call (605) 692-2113.