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Stateline Avenue Texarkana, Arkansas Phone: Supervisors and Detectives ased to this division investigate crimes committed against persons and property such as:. Detectives solve crimes via the process of questioning victims, witnesses and suspects, collecting physical evidence at the scene of a crime, and by tracing stolen property or vehicles associated with a crime. Each year, more than two million women are victims of domestic violence, and one million children are physically abused. In Arkansas, it is a crime for any person to threaten, beat, sexually assault or otherwise harm another person, even if they are married.
Battering is not exclusively a crime against women, but they are the majority affected. One of every two families in the United States is involved in domestic violence at some time. Victims or witnesses of domestic violence in childhood are mostly likely to repeat such acts as adults. The current incidence of domestic violence cannot be tolerated. Too many women are beaten. Too many children are abused.
Too many homes are battlegrounds. There is a way out! Victims do not need to submit and lead a life of tension between calm and storm. If you are a victim of domestic violence, now is the time to start thinking about protecting yourself. The fact that you are seeking assistance is a very good. It means you are seriously considering your situation. Calling the police, telling a friend, or contacting a shelter is the first step. Many studies show that an uninterrupted cycle of violence only worsens over time. Hotlines and shelters are there to be used and counseling is available.
Let us help you.
The crime scene investigators work under the supervision and in conjunction with detectives of the Criminal Investigation Division. The Crime Scene investigators are primarily responsible for the thorough documentation of crime scenes and the identification, processing and collection of physical evidence. Investigators from the Criminal Investigation Division are ased to task forces.
These task force officers are highly trained and responsible for t investigations of drug trafficking. Investigations regarding missing persons present a genuine challenge to law enforcement professionals. Fortunately, public awareness and concern about missing persons continues to grow, especially as it relates to missing children, persons who are mentally and physically impaired, and suspected victims of foul play.
The Texarkana Arkansas Police Department will investigate all persons reported missing until the person is found or determined to be a voluntarily missing adult.
For more information about Missing Persons investigations in the City of Texarkana, browse through the sections below. A missing person includes, but is not limited to, any of the following: A minor person less than 18 years of age who is missing voluntarily or involuntarily An adult who: -may be in need of assistance -may be the victim of a crime or foul play -may be in need of medical attention -has no pattern of running away or disappearing -may be the victim of parental abduction -is mentally or physically impaired. NOTE: The Texarkana Arkansas Police Department does not have the authority nor the resources to find uprooted friends or relatives who have lost contact with each other.
Concerned individuals who are interested in such matters are requested to employ other public and private resources. You may initiate a Missing Persons Report by contacting your local law enforcement agency. Contrary to popular belief, law enforcement agencies in Arkansas do not require a person to wait a specific period of time before reporting a missing person.
Questions If you have any questions concerning a missing person, please contact the Texarkana, Arkansas Police Department. Please Note: According to Arkansas Department of Justice guidelines, the investigating agency is normally the agency in which the missing person lives. If the missing person does not reside within the City of Texarkana, a courtesy Missing Persons Report will be completed and then distributed to the concerned law enforcement agencies where the missing person lives and was last seen.
If you have any questions please contact the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department. Criminal Investigation Division. Crime Scene Technician The crime scene investigators work under the supervision and in conjunction with detectives of the Criminal Investigation Division. For more information or if you have questions please call What Is A Missing Person? A missing person includes, but is not limited to, any of the following: A minor person less than 18 years of age who is missing voluntarily or involuntarily An adult who: -may be in need of assistance -may be the victim of a crime or foul play -may be in need of medical attention -has no pattern of running away or disappearing -may be the victim of parental abduction -is mentally or physically impaired NOTE: The Texarkana Arkansas Police Department does not have the authority nor the resources to find uprooted friends or relatives who have lost contact with each other.
If available, a photograph of the missing person should accompany the report. Missing Juveniles Adult local in Jordan Arkansas AR juvenile detective investigates missing juveniles. See Something Say Something.Adult local in Jordan Arkansas AR
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