General Investigations


General investigations include crimes against a person, property crimes, financial crimes and computer/internet related crimes. Examples of cases investigated by this unit include homicide, unattended death investigations, armed robberies, aggravated assaults, sexual assaults, burglaries, higher level thefts, fraud/embezzlement and related crimes. General Investigators frequently work with other local, state, and federal agencies due to the cases crossing jurisdictional boundaries.

Computer Forensics

Detective Voxland continues to stay up-to-date on continuing changes in the computer forensics field. As a member of the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force. In 2012, he provided 4 computer related educational presentations to approximately 100 people of various organizations and ages. Presentations were related to internet safety, frauds, and identification theft. He handled 18 computer forensic cases involving the examination of approximately 58 separate devices. Detective Voxland provides technical assistance and forensic examinations for area law enforcement agencies investigating child pornography and other technology facilitated crimes. His forensic skills were utilized in various types of cases including child pornography, child exploitation, criminal sexual conduct, firearm violations, embezzlement, and death investigations.