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What does a Police Detective do on a typical day?
Police detectives interview suspects, witnesses, and victims as they try to piece together the story of how the crime that they are investigating occurred.

They will continue to work diligently on a case until it is solved or until they can go no further with the evidence and other information they have gathered.

They may be called to testify in court using the evidence and information that has been thoroughly and meticulously collected and analyzed by the detective, the forensics unit, and its crime lab.

Police detectives are like victim advocates, doing everything they can to get justice for them while keeping them appraised of the progress of their case.

Capt. Mark Baker

Serving since 1994

Det. Greg Clark

Serving since 1996

Det. Roy Angler

Serving since 1999

Det. Lt. Karl Milam

Serving since 1993

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