The Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division’s (CID) responsibilities include investigating various types of crimes such as sexual assault, child abuse, homicides, armed robbery, burglary and other types of crimes. Investigators are assigned cases using a system based on solvability factors. Investigators from specialized units are assigned to investigate crimes on the basis of expertise. CID works closely with other outside agencies such as the Medical Examiner’s Office, Department of Children and Families, Child Protection Team, the FBI, DEA and Victim Advocates. Members of the Investigations Division work together in order to achieve a common goal. We often rely on help from citizens in solving crime. By working together with the community, we can make a positive difference and create a safer environment for all of us to live in.
If you have information about any crime and would like to report it, there are a number of options: (Please give as much detail about individuals and vehicles as you can.)
You are not required to leave your name or contact information and can remain anonymous if you prefer.
- CrimeStoppers – Can remain anonymous & may qualify for a reward
- Or, telephone 904.966.6161 • Provide info directly to dispatch – it will be relayed to Detectives. • Or, leave a contact number for someone to call you.
- If you would like to speak directly to a Detective, simply call or email a contact number & someone will reach out to you as soon as possible. (Please provide some basic information about the type of crime your information relates to, such as theft, burglary, robbery, murder, etc.)
Contact: Lt. Gail Russell
Under Florida law, e-mails are public records. If you do not want your e-mail released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to the BCSO. Instead, contact this office by phone.