Investigations Bureau

The Investigation Bureau was established to assist prosecutors with building their cases and provide investigative services to support the mission of the District Attorney’s Office. These services include: serving subpoenas and other court process; locating and interviewing witnesses and victims and securing their presence at any Grand Jury or court appearance, which may also involve the security of witnesses or witness protection. The investigators also assist in securing and storing evidence that has been collected by the arresting police agencies, or from the crime lab, after forensic analysis for the purposes of presenting it at trial. District Attorney Investigators are sworn police officers.