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Investigation Bureau
The Investigations Bureau for the Marina Police Department is responsible for the investigation of crimes reported to the Marina Police Department, including but not limited to:
  • Assault
  • Aggravated assault
  • Robbery
  • Sexual assault
  • Child abuse / endangerment
  • Missing persons
  • Homicides

This bureau also conducts burglary and theft investigations and major crime scene searches and assists in preparing cases for filing with the District Attorney's Office. Our Detectives testify in all areas of criminal prosecution. 

Case Evaluation
Each case that is received by the Marina Police Department is evaluated for it's potential for solvability.  To determine whether sufficient solvability factors and values are present in the case, the commander will look for cases which include the following:

  • Reliable witness(es)
  • Suspect(s) names
  • Suspect described
  • Suspect located
  • Suspect identified
  • Suspect previously seen
  • Suspect vehicle described
  • Property traceable
  • Significant modus operandi (M.O.)
  • Usable physical evidence
  • Limited opportunity for anyone other than suspect to commit the crime
  • Offense may be solved with reasonable investigative effort

You Can Help
Citizens are encouraged to provide any information they feel will help with unsolved crimes by contacting a Detective. You can call our office, email, or use our online crime tip form.

Submit a Crime Tip Online!

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