Criminal Investigation Bureau

The Criminal Investigation Bureau is comprised of detectives who investigate crimes that occur within the City of Flint. The detectives assigned to the Criminal Investigation Bureau are assigned in two groups, Crimes Against Persons and Crimes Against Property. Currently the City of Flint detectives work side by side with detectives from the Michigan State Police. Known as the Major Crimes Unit, these detectives assigned to this colaberative unit investigate violent felony crimes that occur in the City of Flint. A detective’s role when investigating a case is to gather all of the facts of a case. Those facts are then presented to the appropriate prosecutor’s office, who then determines what charges, if any, will be issued on the case.

Flint Police Department Welcomes Newest K-9 Team to its Ranks

The City of Flint Police Department is proud to announce that it now has a second K-9 team on the job. Flint Police...

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Flint City Hall Closed Monday, May 30, 2016 for Memorial Day

Flint City Hall will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 30, 2016.  ...

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Flint Police Foundation Awarded $1.08 Million Grant from Ruth Mott Foundation for North End Community Crime Strategy

The Flint Police Foundation has been awarded a $1,087,107 grant from the Ruth Mott Foundation to implement its Nort...

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