The mission of the Criminal Investigations Division of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is to provide professional investigative services to the citizens of Pulaski County.
The Criminal Investigations Division is located at 2900 S. Woodrow in Little Rock, Arkansas. You may contact the Criminal Investigations Division during regular business hours of Monday-Friday, 8 am-4:30 pm at (501) 340-6940.
The Investigations Division is responsible for the investigation of crimes against Persons and Property. The Property Crimes Section is responsible for the investigation of crimes against property such as, but not limited to:
- Residential burglary
- Commercial burglary
- Auto theft
- Computer crime and theft
The Crimes Against Persons Section is made up of investigators who are certified crime scene technicians who specialize in the gathering and interpretation of evidence. The Crimes Against Persons Section is responsible for the investigation of crimes against persons such as, but not limited to:
- Suspicious death
- Child abuse
- Child exploitation
- Family violence
- Sex crimes
- Sex offender registration, assessment, and community notifications
The Criminal Investigations Division is also tasked with reviewing cold cases in an effort to bring justice to the victims and families of crimes that have yet to be solved. Sometimes these crimes go unsolved due to the lack of sufficient evidence and/or information that could lead to the successful prosecution of a suspect.
The Criminal Investigations Division of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office has teamed up with other state and local law enforcement agencies to form an “Internet Crimes Against Children” taskforce. These investigators identify, track, and arrest individuals involved with child pornography, video voyeurism of children, and “internet chatting,” i.e., attempting to lure children into meeting with them for illicit reasons.
If you have any information regarding missing persons, please contact the PCSO at (501) 340-6616 or the National number 1-800-843-5678 (1-800 THE LOST).
If you have information on a crime, you can submit a tip through CrimeStoppers.
The primary mission of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit is to collect intelligence information on criminal conduct related to narcotics trafficking in Pulaski County. These investigations include all levels of narcotics trafficking, drug interdiction programs, and undercover narcotics purchases.
The Narcotics Unit works joint drug investigations with other City, County, State, and Federal agencies. The Narcotics Unit is also responsible for the investigations of vice-related crimes (i.e., prostitution, gambling, and alcohol-related offenses).
In addition to their enforcement duties, members of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit conduct drug education and prevention classes for Churches, Schools and other Civic Groups upon request.