The Support Services Division of the Craig Police Department encompasses several areas that provide support to the Operations Division. The division includes the following:
Division Commander- Bill Leonard, the Support Service Division Commander is responsible for management and supervision of this division. He can be reached at (970) 826-2367 or at email@example.com
Investigations- the Investigations Division focus on all major crime categories including homicide, robbery, sexual assault, burglary and major thefts. The investigator’s primary responsibilities include conducting interviews and interrogations of suspects, witnesses and victims; crime scene management, collection, storing and processing of evidence; operation of specialized equipment, and preparation of warrants, affidavits and other official documents. One investigator specializes in domestic violence and sexual assault investigations; however all the investigators are part of a multi-agency sexual assault response team. The ACET (All Crimes Enforcement Team) Investigator is assigned to a regional multi-agency team that specifically investigates major crimes that are affecting the entire 14th Judicial District of Colorado. This team’s primary responsibility is drug enforcement.
School Resource Officers - These officers teach D.A.R.E., visit classrooms, collaborate with teachers to provide a safe educational environment, and handle calls that occur on the school grounds.
Evidence Technician- Blake Abdella is responsible for collecting and preserving evidence in major cases. He also manages the evidence property room of the Moffat County Safety Center. Any questions regarding the release of property or evidence should be directed to Blake. He can be contacted Tuesday through Friday at (970) 826-2369.
Records- The Police Records Team is the central repository of our criminal justice records and incident reports. In summary they provide the following services for our department:
Any requests for records or any questions in regards to the release of criminal justice records should be directed to the records section at (970) 826-2360. The records section is open Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, except on all major holidays.