Crimes Against Property
Crimes Against Property is a category of crime that includes burglary, motor vehicle theft, theft, arson, vandalism and shoplifting. It involves the taking of property or money and does not include a threat of force or use of force against the victim. Generally, thefts where the loss amounts to $1,000 or more are considered felonies, whereas losses of less than $1,000 are considered misdemeanors.
Investigators follow up on cases based on priority and severity.
Members of this Division are responsible for investigating:
- Felony Criminal Damage to Property
- Felony Theft
- Identity Theft
- Computer related Crimes
- Auto Theft