Kingston Police

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Criminal Investigation

 

Kingston Police CID is made up of one Staff Sergeant, 4 Sergeants and 29 Detectives along with a crime analyst and an administrative employee. The entire unit reports to an Inspector who oversees all Criminal Investigations and Special Services. 

 

Two Detectives are assigned to Internet Child Exploitation Investigations who work in collaboration with other Police Agencies as part of Provincial Strategy to combat crimes against children on the internet. 

 

Four Detectives assigned to the Forensic Identification Unit whose duties are to assist in the collection and preservation of evidence, photographing and processing scenes and to provide expert testimony in court. 

 

One Detective is assigned to process digital evidence including cellular phones and computers.

 

The remaining Detectives are divided into sections which investigate property crimes, crimes against persons including sexual assaults and child abuse, frauds, crimes against vulnerable people in our community and major crimes which include missing persons, robberies and homicide. 

 

The Criminal Investigation Division is a support to our front line Patrol Division. Our officers work with other Police Departments and Community Partners as part of our commitment toward community safety and crime prevention.