The Criminal Investigations Bureau is charged with the responsibility of investigating crimes against persons and property as well as collecting, maintaining and evaluating evidence. The crime bureau consists of investigators, civilians lab technicians, two sergeants, and one lieutenant. One section of the crime bureau is the Domestic Abuse Response Team (D.A.R.T.). This section investigates cases involving child abuse, adult abuse, juvenile crimes and domestic crimes. The remainder of the bureau investigates all other crimes such as homicide, burglary, robbery, rape felony theft, fraud and arson. Conducting polygraph examinations is another responsibility of the crime bureau. In 2013, 35 exams were performed.