Major Etta R. Gray Criminal Investigations Commander 478-414-4075
The Criminal Investigations Unit is responsible for investigating open and unsolved crimes against persons and property.
General Information The purpose of the Criminal Investigations Division is to provide the department with the ability to quickly address emerging crime trends and problem areas. The unit allows the department to direct resources to a specific problem area within the city without having to divert patrol officers from their normal duties. The objective of the unit is to deter crime from occurring through highly proactive enforcement and through directed enforcement following problem oriented policing strategies.
The Criminal Investigations Division consists of personnel from all areas of Field Operations working under the supervision of the Criminal Investigations Unit. The unit utilizes marked and unmarked patrol vehicles or foot patrol depending on the specific problem they are addressing.
INVESTIGATIVE UNIT Currently composed of four detectives, the primary responsibility of the unit is to investigate open and unsolved crimes against persons and property. Cases can include:
Evidence/Safe Keeping Item Retrieval To retrieve an item from the Milledgeville Police Department that was logged in as evidence or safekeeping you must contact and schedule an appointment with Certified Evidence Technician, Detective Keith Quattrocchi, at 478-414-4072 or email.
Item pick up is scheduled on Monday or Friday between the hours of 8-4:00 p.m. EST.
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