The Criminal Investigations Division (CID) is a major component of the Police Department and is commanded by a captain who reports directly to the chief of police. Lieutenants and sergeants within the Criminal Investigations Division share supervisory and case management responsibilities in addition to other investigative tasks.
Criminal investigators conduct investigations and prepare cases for prosecution. In addition, CID gathers intelligence information on criminal activities and provides assistance to patrol officers on these matters. CID also assists the district attorney general's office in the prosecution of criminal cases.
Submit a tip
The Johnson City Police Department has several ways for community members to report suspicious activity anonymously.
Call Crime Stoppers at 423-434-6158.
Text the department by texting the code "423JCPD" along with the tip to phone number 847411 (TIP411).
Offer a tip through the JCPD TTips app. Android users can download the app through this Google Play link while iPhone users can download the app through itunes here.
Email a tip to email@example.com.
Send an anonymous tip online.
Please note, these tip lines are for non-emergencies only. A police officer will not immediately respond to these tips. If you have information about a crime in progress or need a police officer to respond immediately, call 911.