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The Criminal Investigation Division is responsible for investigating various types of crime including homicide, rape, robbery, burglary and forgery. Detectives receive many hours of additional training including those particular to various types of criminal investigations, interviewing and other job specific skills.

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The unit is also responsible for conducting polygraph examinations for criminal investigations and new recruit background investigations. The Street Crimes Unit is tasked with pursuing persons wanted for felony and misdemeanor warrants, investigating street-level narcotics offenders, investigate prostitution related crimes, establishing sources of intelligence, and assisting with the development and implementation of special enforcement strategies.

The Organized Criminal Activity Task Force was created in January after police determined a downtown Jonesboro fatal shooting in May was gang-related. These detectives are responsible for conducting searches of computers, phones, jump drives and other items that may store digital evidence.

As an affiliate agency of the Arkansas Division of the National Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, the Jonesboro Police Department has tasked this unit with investigating complaints of child exploitation and pursuing child predators. JPD has one sergeant and one detective devoted to crime scene investigation and evidence processing. By processing these items in our own facility, it often saves time in order to retrieve evidence that could aid investigations more quickly. Both officers in this unit are state certified Crime Scene Technicians, utilizing a variety of state of the art processes, techniques and equipment.

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The mission of the Drug Task Force is to investigate major drug traffickers in our area and to respond to the needs of our community. The Second Judicial Drug Task Force was established through a cooperative effort of the Second Judicial Prosecutor and District law enforcement agencies to combat narcotics and organized crime. The Task Force is governed by a Board of Directors, which consists of the Prosecuting Attorney, Task Force Coordinator, a representative on the Arkansas State Police, and the Chiefs and Sheriffs of all the local law enforcement agencies within the Second Judicial District that either provide manpower to the Task Force, or for whom the Task Force prosecutes its felony cases or civil drug forfeitures.

The program also includes seven sworn officers who completed months of training to become fully certified Part drone pilots by the Federal Aviation Administration.

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JPD started this program to better serve our community in a technological world. Drones are an efficient and effective way of providing law enforcement with critical information to respond to calls for service, emergency situations, hostage situations, barricaded suspects, or to conduct criminal investigations. Some examples include providing an overhead view of an area or incident to ground personnel, safely clearing the interior of buildings, providing detailed documentation of crime and accident scenes, and searching for lost or missing persons. The JPD evidence and property section is responsible for the care and custody of every item collected as evidence or recovered property.

The evidence technician is responsible for checking in every piece of evidence brought in by officers, storing those items until they can be returned to their owner or destroyed, and maintaining records of the chain of custody for each evidence item. Currently, there are over 25, individual items housed in evidence. If you have property that you need to pick up, you may call the evidence technician at or the detective that worked your case to make sure it is ready to be released to you.

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When you come to pick up your property, be prepared to show a photo ID. The Jonesboro Police S. Unit can rapidly respond when needed. It is the intent of the Jonesboro Police Special Services Unit to provide a highly trained and skilled tactical team as a resource for the Jonesboro Police Department in the handling of critical incidents.

Currently, the team is comprised of 27 officers. In addition, the team has three medical doctors and five medics who are reserve police officers. The Jonesboro Police Department is responsible for registering sex offenders that live within the city limits of Jonesboro. A civilian sex offender registration specialist is ased Jonesboro Arkansas phone sex CID to carry out that task.

The sex offender registration specialist also investigates instances of offenders failing to register or being non-compliant with registration requirements. For more information about who has to register as a sex offender and where sex offenders are located in Jonesboro and throughout Arkansas, visit ACIC online. Cart 0. Criminal Investigation Division. Detectives receive special training in a variety of investigative techniques and disciplines, including general and advanced criminal investigations, death scene investigations, sex crimes investigations, child abuse investigations, photography, interview and interrogation, crime scene investigation, and collection of physical evidence.

General investigationS. Street Crimes Unit. Organized Crime Activity Task Force. High-Tech Crimes Unit. Crime Scene Investigation. Drug Task Force.

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