The Amador County Sheriff's Investigation Bureau is housed at the Amador County Sheriff's Main Facility located at 700 Court Street, Jackson, California. The division is currently comprised of one lieutenant, two sergeants, four deputy sheriffs, two extra help investigators, and one crime scene investigator.
Under the current configuration, one sergeant and two deputy sheriff's conduct investigations into crimes against children, sex crimes, crimes against persons and the sexual offender registration program.
One sergeant and two deputy sheriff's conduct investigations into crimes against property, such as theft and burglary and serve as deputy coroners; responsible for follow up inquiries associated with coroner investigations.
The typical duties of personnel assigned to the Investigations Division include but are not limited to response to and investigation of major crimes; initial and follow up investigations; interviews of victims, witnesses and suspects; collection and review of physical evidence; drafting crime reports; drafting and execution of search and arrest warrants; and providing expert court room testimony.
Our crime scene investigator is responsible for the documentation, collection, analysis and maintenance of all evidence at major crime scenes. The crime scene investigator is also responsible for maintenance and disposition of property at the Amador County Sheriff's Office evidence vault and off-site facility. While personnel have their specific areas of responsibility and expertise, they can regularly be found assisting each other and other divisions at the Sheriff's Office.
One extra help investigator is a part time investigator responsible for financial crimes investigation primarily focusing on identity theft, fraud and forgery and the other is assigned to cold case homicide investigations.
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Personnel assigned to the Investigations Division work collaboratively with investigators and personnel from local, state and federal law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies. Most personnel assigned to the Investigations Division also have collateral duty assignments such as the Marijuana Suppression Unit, the Crisis Negotiation Team, the Dive Team, Search and Rescue, and SWAT.