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Criminal Investigation Section


Investigation Division

The Investigation Division provides crime scene support and follow-up investigation on all open cases. Investigations includes Crimes Against Property, Crimes Against Persons (includes juvenile crime and crime scene technician) and Sex Offender registration.

Property Crimes Section

The Crimes Against Property detectives are supervised by Sergeant Chris Clements. These detectives primarily investigate cases involving burglary, criminal mischief, theft, and fraud. There are currently nine detectives assigned to this unit.

Crimes Against Persons, Juvenile Crimes, and Crime Scene

Crimes Against Persons, Juvenile Crimes and the Crime Scene Unit are supervised by Sergeant Chris Kautz.

The detectives assigned to Crimes Against Persons primarily investigate cases involving murder, assaults, robberies, and harassment. There are currently seven detectives assigned to this unit.

Juvenile Crimes are investigated by two assigned detectives. These investigations involve crimes that are committed against juveniles or crimes committed by juveniles.

Crime Scene consists of two technicians who process crime scenes associated with the more serious offenses in the city.

Sex Offender Registration

The Criminal Investigation Section is also responsible for maintaining information regarding registered sex offenders. This information is maintained by Leslie Peck, the Sex Offender Registrar. She can be contacted by email or at 972.219.3620 in order to answer any questions.

According to Chapter 62 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, information collected regarding sex offenders who were under supervision on or after September, 1997, is now public information with the following exception:

  1. Offender's social security number
  2. Offender's drivers license number
  3. Information that would identify the victim of the offense for which registration is required.

Chapter 62 of the Code of Criminal Procedure further provides that local authorities, including the Lewisville Police Department, are immune from liability regarding release of information as provided by this article.

Information on registered sex offenders is also available from the State of Texas, Department of Public Safety, Sex Offender Database. Residents may input and address and obtain a list of sex offenders in the specified geographic area.