Investigations Division

GJPD Patrol Vehicle surrounded by yellow "DO NOT CROSS" tapeThe Grand Junction Police Department Investigations Bureau is comprised of one commander, two  sergeants, and 14 detectives, who started their law enforcement careers in Patrol and were then assigned to Investigations based upon their knowledge, experience, and investigative ability. The Investigations Unit has two primary divisions, Crimes Against Persons and Crimes Against Property. When a call for service is generated through dispatch, a patrol officer is typically the first point of contact. Once an initial report is generated, all cases involving potential felony charges are reviewed by the Investigations sergeants and then assigned to a detective for follow-up. Within the Investigations Unit, there are an additional five civilian employees who perform a variety of priority tasks, such as follow up on missing persons and runaways, registered sex offender management, and crime analysis.

Investigation Division Units include:

  • Crimes Against Persons
  • Property Crimes
  • Internet Crimes Against Children
  • Battlewest (Auto Thefts)
  • Bait Equipment
  • Missing Persons / Runaways
  • Registered Sex Offenders
  • Sex Offender Compliance

2019 Investigations Division Statistics

  • 1,556 crimes against persons
  • 3,309 property crimes
  • 411 cases investigated
  • 194 cases cleared