The mission of the Crime Lab is to receive, analyze, and preserve physical evidence while adhering to the highest standards of quality, objectivity, and ethics.
Evidence or property will be released to owners by appointment only.
A valid photo ID is required for the lab to release any evidence or property.
The Investigations Unit is responsible for criminal investigations involving the Colorado State University community. Detectives assigned to this division are on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week and respond to all major crime scenes and any other investigations to which they are assigned. They receive specialized training in advanced investigative techniques and are assigned to various law enforcement task forces.
Detectives dress in civilian clothing unless their assignment dictates otherwise. They work with our Uniform Patrol Division and other police agencies, sharing relevant information and providing assistance for the benefit of the University and surrounding community.
The Records office is responsible for producing and maintaining all police reports, citations, and case files generated by department staff, as well as university sex offender registration compliance and notary services.
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Our crime analyst combines research and analysis with policy and program planning, in order to track the department’s data for compliance and efficiency, as well as Clery Act reporting.
The crime analyst is also responsible for the release of requested crime statistics data in partnership with the public information officer.