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Investigations Unit

Investigations Direct Phone Number: (209) 525-7074

The primary function of Investigations is to provide follow-up investigation to those cases that have been reported to Patrol Services and which warrant further investigation beyond that which is provided by patrol personnel. Investigations is also responsible for the service of search warrants, arrest warrants and the investigation of missing persons who are at-risk.

Investigations consists of separate units which specialize in investigating specific types of crimes:

If you have additional information about a crime that has already been reported to the Sheriffs Department you should contact the appropriate detective unit and be prepared to provide your name, the victim’s name, the original crime report number if you know it, and the additional information you wish to provide.

If you are a victim of a crime and have not had a report made, call 911 or (209) 552-2468 or file a report online.

If you are not wanting to make a report but wish to give information on a current active case and want to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers @ http://www.stancrimetips.org/

 
Investigations Unit Commander

Lt Mike RadfordLieutenant Mike Radford

Lt. Mike Radford was born and raised in Modesto and graduated from Thomas Downey High School. Lt. Radford studied at San Joaquin Delta College where he completed the POST police academy and has obtained a B.S. degree in Criminal Justice Management from Union Institute & University.

Lt. Radford began his career in law enforcement in 1994 joining the ranks of the Stanislaus County Sheriff's department as a custodial deputy working in each of the departments detention facilities. Lt. Radford was promoted to Deputy Sheriff Coroner in 1996 where he worked as a patrol deputy and Field Training Officer. In 2002, Lt. Radford was sent to Salt Lake City Utah along with four other deputies to assist with the safety and security of the Winter Olympics.

He promoted to Sergeant in the Patrol Division in 2002 working in positions of Patrol sergeant, Family Crimes Unit Sergeant, and as the Internal Affairs Sergeant. In 2007, he was promoted to Lieutenant where he has worked as Patrol Commander, Chief of Central Area Command, and is currently the Investigations Lieutenant and Manager of the Field Training Officer program.

Lt. Radford has enjoyed being a member of the Stanislaus County Sheriff Departments SWAT team since 1999 and has held positions of Operator, Team Leader, and Tactical Commander. Lt. Radford is also enjoys teaching and is an active instructor in local police academies teaching Use of Force, Defensive Tactics, and active shooter.

 


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Adam Christianson, Sheriff-Coroner
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