Criminal Investigation Division (CID) is responsible for follow-up investigation on most criminal offenses reported to the police. CID consists of detectives in charge of major/cold cases, property crimes, and crimes against persons. Additional staff include crime scene personnel, investigative assistants, a crime analyst, a crime victim's assistant coordinator, and several volunteers.
Detectives assigned to Major/Cold Case Crimes generally investigate cases involving death, robberies, aggravated assaults, serial sex crimes, and other cases based on resource needs. Investigators assigned to Property Crimes investigate fraud, burglary, theft, criminal mischief, unauthorized use of motor vehicles, etc. Crimes Against Persons' Investigators are assigned sexual assaults, child abuse, assaults, family violence cases, harassment, juvenile crimes, etc. The Crime Victimís Coordinator is responsible for providing crime victim assistance information and service referrals to victims of violent crimes, including assistance in applying for crime victimís compensation when appropriate. Upon completion, successful investigations from the Criminal Investigation Division are presented to the County or District Attorney for prosecution.
Crime Victim Liaison
(979) 209-5367 | E-Mail
The Victim Assistance Program at the Bryan Police Department works to ensure that the rights of crime victims are met and also to provide various services to victims and their families. We strive to associate victims with helpful resources in the area that will hopefully reduce the trauma of the victimization process.
We work with all forms of violent crimes including: domestic violence, assault, aggravated assault, kidnapping, sexual assault, aggravated robbery, homicide, harassment and stalking, child abuse, etc.
Services that are available include: crisis intervention; criminal justice support; court accompaniment; acquiring protective orders; information and referrals; assistance in filing for Crime Victims' Compensation; notification of case status; serve as liaisons between victim, legal system, hospitals, schools, and other support systems; and to assist with evidence return.