Investigative Services Bureau

Overview

The Investigative Services Bureau of the Romulus Police Department is comprised of three investigators and a supervisor. There is also a prosecutor assigned solely to handle family criminal matters and a victim advocate.

Detectives are responsible for investigating crimes committed against persons, including misdemeanor and felonious assaults, kidnappings, armed robberies, carjacking, sex assaults, and homicides. The juvenile officer is assigned to juvenile offenses, issues in the schools, child predator investigations, child pornography, child abuse, and child neglect.

Investigation responsibilities include pursuing cases from initial patrol reports through warrant presentation to local and/or Wayne County Prosecutor's Offices.

School Liaison Officers

The department, in cooperation with the Romulus Community Schools, assigns School Liaison Officers to provide coverage to all Romulus Schools. School Liaison Officers maintain offices at Romulus High School and Romulus Middle School. These officers investigate incidents that occur on school property, serve as resources for school administration, staff, and students, and provide a link between the students and the Police Department.

Crime Tips

An additional crime prevention effort that the Investigative Services Bureau is involved with is Crime Stoppers. Crime Stoppers provides cash rewards for anonymous tips that lead to an arrest in any criminal case. For more information, contact Captain Derran Shelby at 734-942-6864 or Crime Stoppers at 800-773-2587.

Status of Investigations

Due to the confidential and sensitive nature of criminal investigations, information and the status of open investigations will not be provided over the internet. If you are the victim of a crime and request updated information regarding the status of your case, please contact the Investigative Bureau. You may telephone the Investigative Bureau during normal business hours at 734-942-6879, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4 pm.

Please be prepared to provide the complaint number of your case, if known. If the detective in charge is unavailable to promptly respond, please request to speak with a supervisor.