Investigations Division

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The Investigations Division unit is comprised of a detective sergeant, seven detectives, two crime scene investigators, a victim assistance coordinator, and six victim assistance volunteers. One detective is assigned part-time to the United States Secret Service in the Colorado Electronic Crimes Task Force. This is a critical role due to the ever-evolving role that technology plays a part in criminal investigations.

The purpose of the Detective Services Program is to solve cases and provide services to victims of crimes. Detective Services include the Detective Unit, Crime Lab, Evidence/Property Unit, and the Victim Assistance Unit.

  1. Detective Unit
  2. Property & Evidence Unit
  3. Victim Assistance Unit

Detective Unit

It is the goal of the Detective Unit to solve as many felony crimes as possible. Greenwood Village Police Department Detectives generally investigate all felony crimes. Depending on the circumstances, the Detective Unit will also investigate certain misdemeanor crimes.

The Detective Unit is responsible for:

  • Identifying, locating, interviewing, and arresting criminal suspects.
  • Locating and interviewing victims and witnesses.
  • Locating, identifying, and preserving physical evidence.
  • Presenting criminal cases to the District Attorney's Office for prosecution.
  • Recovering stolen property.

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Additional resources can be provided by calling 303-773-2525.