Patrol Support Services
Welcome to the Patrol Support Services Division. The Division is overseen by Lt. David M. Williams. The Sergeant of Investigations is Sergeant Dewitt Meier. The Sergeant in charge of warrants, civil process and court security is Sgt. Julie Boden. Sgt. David McDonald is responsible for training, recreation services, community service officers, the school resource officer program and community relations. We are very proud of the employees that make up the division. We have a number of experienced and talented individuals. Some of the areas that we specialize in are; computer forensics, crime lab, arson investigation, narcotics agents, and crime scene processing.
The Patrol Support Services Division is composed of the 15 units listed in the left menu. To find out more about each of these areas, simply click the corresponding unit title.
There are three sergeants, sixteen deputies and seven civilians assigned full time to the Patrol Support Division. The Sheriff's Emergency Response Team is part of the Tri-City/Scott and Carver County Tactical Team. Our membership to the tactical team consists of five deputies. These are deputies with specialized training that are assigned to other duties until they are called upon for high risk situations that require a tactical response. The Patrol Support Division also has seven crime technicians. Crime Technicians response to crime scenes and are responsible for locating, processing, photographing, collection and preservation of evidence from crime scenes.
This unit is also responsible for our volunteer services. This includes the Reserves, Posse, Explorers, Dive Team, Internships, and Mentorships. Carver County is very fortunate to have these volunteers to help us respond to the needs of our community.
The employees in Patrol Support Services are dedicated to providing the citizens of Carver County with the finest professional law enforcement services with an emphasis on customer service.
Feel free to contact me at (952) 361-1206 or via e-mail.