Investigation Services is responsible for the investigation of crimes such as homicides, sexual assaults, street and organized crime and a variety of other incidents.
Specially trained officers and civilians work in each unit under the Investigation Services umbrella. Members of each unit work cooperatively to conduct investigations expose criminal activity and protect at-risk individuals such as children and the elderly.
Forensic identification, technological analysis, intelligence gathering and joint force operations with other agencies are some of the advanced techniques our officers use to complete investigations.
Major Crime falls within the umbrella of Investigation Services and utilizes a standardized methodology for investigating criminal events such as homicides, sexual assaults and other violent crimes. When a major […]Read More
Crime Suppression and Drug Enforcement
The Crime Suppression Unit and Drug Enforcement Unit work cooperatively to target drug trafficking, human trafficking, biker crime and organized crime within our community. These units work on special projects […]Read More
Sault Police’s Technological Crime Unit consists of three officers with highly specialized knowledge. These officers examine anything from computers to cellphones to determine if these devices have been used in […]Read More
Intimate Partner Violence
The Intimate Partner Violence Unit is dedicated to investigating and reviewing all reports of violence that occur in relationships with an intimate partner. This investigation and review takes place regardless […]Read More
Our Fraud Unit investigates every fraud complaint that is taken in by the police service and works closely with banks, credit card companies and other financial institutions. The Fraud Unit […]Read More
Crime Stoppers of Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District is a non-profit community service program that was implemented locally in 1985. Through its partnerships with the media, the public, and […]Read More
Members of our Forensic Identification Unit are responsible for recording, collecting, locating and examining evidence at crime scenes. They use their specialized skills to assist investigators in a variety of […]Read More