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Criminal Investigations Division

The Criminal Investigation Division is responsible for providing the follow-up investigation required to solve reported offenses. The Criminal Investigation Division is also responsible for developing the intelligence necessary to pro-actively prevent criminal activity. The investigator's duties include following up on criminal cases, both misdemeanors and felonies.

Many of the crimes investigated by CID are "crimes of opportunity." These types of crimes often involve unattended property or unlocked doors to offices, residence hall rooms and vehicles. Valuable property should always be kept secure and out of sight.

Through the hard work and dedication of the members of this division, the University Police Department is capable of providing its citizens with quality investigative services.

The Criminal Investigations Division is headed by Chief John Rossi and staffed with Investigator Daniel May and various patrol officers as needed. Call 315.312.1022

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NYS University Police
Pathfinder Hall
SUNY Oswego
Oswego, NY 13126
Police: 315.312.5555    
Fax: 315.312.2155